February 2013 Current Events QuizFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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The first Pope in more than 700 years to resign, who announced they
would leave their position on 28 February 2013?
a. Pope John Paul II
b. Pope Benedict X
c. Pope Benedict XVI
d. Pope John Paul I
With a $1 million reward on his head, what crime is Christopher
Dorner accused of committing?
c. Terrorist Activities
d. Child Molestation
Despite warnings, what country carried out a third nuclear test on February 12, 2013?
c. North Korea
Who addressed US officials on TV, urging them to disclose to
WikiLeaks the secret instructions on how decisions on eliminating American citizens using drones are being
a. Julian Assange
b. Bradley Manning
c. Jacob Appelbaum
d. Daniel Domscheit-Berg
As announced on February 11, what country overtook the United
States as the world's largest trading country?
What country has offered a "bounty" for one of writer Akram
What government has devalued its country's currency, the bolivar,
by a third?
Facebook has recently been slapped with a lawsuit over one of its
features. Which one?
a. Pages Feature
b. Like Button
c. Timeline Feature
d. Search Feature
On February 11th, police had to use water cannons and tear gas to
disperse stone-throwing protesters gathered outside the presidential palace of President Mohamed Mursi. In
d. South Korea
An emergency warning about the "bodies of the dead rising from
their graves and attacking the living" was broadcast on which TV network's emergency alert system?
a. Florida Television Network
b. California Television Network
c. Montana Television Network
d. Texas Television Network
Sci-Fi fans have raised almost $400,000 on a fundraising site for
the creation of what item featured in the Star Wars movie series?
a. Stormtrooper Suit
b. Millennium Falcon
c. Death Star
d. Carbonite Preservation Machine
Heavily criticized for violating privacy laws, the Cyber
Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is once again on the table. In which country?
a. United States
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