Air strikes and car crashes. Baseball games and world leaders. Have you been keeping up on your current events for the past week? Take our quiz to find out.
On Thursday, the Obama administration and several Israeli media outlooks reported that the Israeli armed forces launched airstrikes targeting missile storage facilities in Syria.
In a press conference, it was revealed that Google site reliability engineer Michael Dickerson has been brought on to help work out the technical problems with the health exchanges for the Affordable Care Act.
1) Edward Snowden
2) Julian Assange
3) Chelsea Manning
According to Snowden's lawyer, he ironically has taken a job with a yet-to-be-named social media site with the role of protecting the website's data.
1) Vladimir Putin
2) Barrack Obama
3) Angela Merkle
4) François Hollande
In its list of the most powerful leaders of 2013, Russian President Vladimir Putin takes the top spot on Forbes' list.
This week, Turkey announced the completion of an underwater subway tunnel connecting the Asia part of the nation with the capital Istanbul located on the European shore of the Bosphorus.
1) Boston Red Sox
2) St. Louis Cardinals
The Red Sox defeated the Cardinals for the first time since 1918, winning 6-1 in game six.
On Monday, Australian prime minister Tony Abbott declared that Australia's role in the conflict was over and that he would be withdrawing Australia's troops.
On Wednesday, it was reported that Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj was the first head of state to visit North Korea since Kim Jong-un succeed his father in control of the isolated communist nation.
Labeled as the first terrorist attack in Beijing since the 1989 riots, a car chased by police appears to have deliberately rammed into the walls of the Forbidden City in Tiananmen Square, leaving five dead and 68 wounded.
U.N. inspectors announced that the Syrian government has destroyed its capability to create chemical weapons and placed its weapon stockpiles under U.N. observation.