The United States approved a second vaccine; UK's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reached a new deal to make podcasts; U.S. President-elect Joe Biden picked a former rival for his future cabinet; and more. Have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past week?
Take our quiz and see how many questions you can get right.
Which company's COVID-19 vaccine became the second vaccine to be authorized for emergency use in the United States?
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Which one of his rival in the Democratic Party presidential primaries did Joe Biden nominate as his transportation secretary?
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The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) on Wednesday announced the name of the city which will be hosting the Asian Games in 2030. Which city is it?
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Which tech giant's applications suffered a rare outage that lasted for more than half an hour on Monday, leaving millions of users unable to access the services?
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Which company did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sign a deal with to produce "uplifting and entertaining stories" in a new endeavor after moving to California this year?
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Acclaimed British author John le Carre, best known for his spy novels, died aged 89. Who is his most iconic character that's in many of his books?
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Which country is the second to report over 10 million COVID-19 cases after the United States?