Nelson Mandela and lunar rovers. Lots has happened around the world over the past week. Take this quiz to see how well you've paid attention.
Nelson Mandela, legendary civil rights leader and father of modern South Africa, passed away at the age of 95 on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2013.
2) Republic of the Congo
3) Central African Republic
On Thursday the United Nations approved French military intervention in a civil war in the Central African Republic, where rebel forces have ousted President François Bozizé. One thousand French military personnel will be deployed in the country, according to French officials.
1) Redline Time
2) Reach Out Worldwide
3) Always Evolving
Walker was attending an event for his charity to raise funds for victims of Typhoon Haiyan when he was killed in a car accident as he and a friend left the event.
Since late last month, Ukraine has been embroiled in protests between those supporting closer ties to the European Union and those supporting closer ties to President Vladimir Putin's Russia.
On Dec. 2, China launched Chang'e 3, its first lunar rover.
The current death toll is reported as 5,786 as the country continues to suffer from the effects of the strongest typhoon to make landfall in recorded history.
1) $1.3 trillion
2) $1.7 million
3) $2.3 billion
4) $500 billion
Six banks were charged a total of $2.3 billion by the European Commission for their role in setting up illegal cartels to play with interest rates.
A 33-year-old chemistry teacher was shot to death in an international school in the troubled country, where 15 months ago a militant attack on a U.S. embassy left four American citizens dead.
The French report speculates that the famed Palestinian leader was likely suffering from an infection at the time of his death in 2004. Speculations of poison have been around since the leader of the Palestinian Liberation Organization passed away.
After the pope released an official edict that was critical of capitalism, the controversial conservative radio host called the pope a Marxist.