Current Affairs MCQs Part 4

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31. The Nobel Prize for Literature 2013 was awarded to?
A. Margaret Thatcher
B. Sir David Frost
C. Peter O'Toole
D. Alice Munro

32. The lowest temperature was recorded in?
A. Russia
B. Canada
C. Germany
D. Antarctica

33. The highest temperatures ever recorded on the Earth is?
A. 56.7 °C
B. 57.7 °C
C. 58.7 °C
D. 59.7 °C

34. Who is Fran├žois Hollande?
A. Ex -President of France
B. President of Germany
C. Prime Minister of Germany
D. Prime Minister of France

35. The current director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is? (Updated 2020)
A. Gina Cheri Haspel
B. James Clapper
C. John O. Brennan
D. Denis McDonough

36. On 27 February 2013 Iraq's state airline, after 20 years, begins flights to?
A. America
B. Kuwait
C. Israel
D. Iran

37. The Nobel Prize for Peace 2013 was awarded to?
A. Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
B. Barak Obama
C. Malala Yousafzai
D. United Nations Security Council

38. The highest temperature was recorded in?
A. Los Angeles
B. Tripoli
C. Libya
D. Doha

39. The lowest temperature ever recorded on the Earth is?
A. -83.2 °C
B. -86.2 °C
C. -89.2 °C
D. -92.2 °C

40. Who is Angela Merkel?
A. Prime Minister of Germany
B. Prime Minister of France
C. Chancellor of France
D. Chancellor of Germany