Queen Elizabeth II delivered her annual Christmas message; the UK and the European Union finalized a post-Brexit trade agreement; prominent expert on Asian studies Ezra Feivel Vogel died aged 90 and more. Have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past week?
Take our last weekly world news quiz of 2020 and see how many questions you can get right.
Which political figure received a coronavirus vaccine shot live on television this week?
1 / 7
On Wednesday, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed two cases of another new variant of coronavirus. Which country were the new cases linked to?
2 / 7
The UK and the EU finalized a post-Brexit trade agreement on Christmas Eve. Do you still remember when the UK voted in a referendum to leave the EU?
3 / 7
NASA, the U.S. space agency, has released a dramatic video showing how the Perseverance Mars Rover is expected to complete its journey to the Red Planet on February 18, 2021. Do you know which of the following objects will be aboard the rover to Mars?
4 / 7
Queen Elizabeth II delivered her annual Christmas message as the country continues its fight against COVID-19. What was highlighted in this year's speech?
5 / 7
Ezra Feivel Vogel, a prominent expert on Asian studies and a social sciences professor at Harvard University, died aged 90. Which of his works took 10 years of research and writing?
6 / 7
Some people have compared 2020 to a dystopian movie. There were terrifying, tragic, resilient, heroic moments, but also some joyful ones if you could find them. Do you remember the name of the first giant panda born outside of China amid the COVID-19 pandemic?