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International News in Short- One Liners- January 12, 2024

Questions: International News in Short- One Liners

  1. Who has criticized South Africa for taking Israel to the International Court of Justice?
  2. What issue did Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati discuss with US envoy Amos Hochstein?
  3. Under what condition did Russia’s Dmitry Medvedev say they might use nuclear weapons?
  4. Why did President Joe Biden order strikes against Houthi militants?
  5. How were the strikes against the Houthi rebels in Yemen executed?
  6. What new attack did Yemen’s Houthi group launch recently?
  7. How much smaller is the UK economy due to Brexit, according to London’s Mayor?
  8. How long can Mexico meet its oil demand with current reserves?
  9. Who is France’s new Prime Minister, and how many ministers are in the new government?
  10. Which corporation confirmed the seizure of an oil tanker in the Sea of Oman?
  11. Who retained their posts in the reshuffled French government?
  12. How many terms has Sheikh Hasina been sworn in as Bangladesh’s Prime Minister?
  13. Who supported a former Indian-origin postmaster during the UK Post Office scandal?
  14. What is South Korea’s plan for its space agency?
  15. What punishment did a Singapore tribunal give to an Indian-origin doctor?
  16. Where did a 6.0 magnitude earthquake strike recently?
  17. What did New Zealand’s Health Coalition Aotearoa criticize the government for?
  18. What did Philippine Senator Imee Marcos demand from the government?
  19. What complaint did noyb file against Meta?
  20. What is the death toll from the earthquake in Japan’s Ishikawa prefecture?
  21. How many new homes were consented in New Zealand in the year ending in November 2023?

Answers: International News in Short- One Liners

  1. The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) criticized South Africa.
  2. Najib Mikati discussed ending Israeli attacks on southern Lebanon.
  3. Russia might use nuclear weapons if its launchers are attacked by Western missiles.
  4. Biden ordered strikes in response to Houthi attacks against maritime vessels in the Red Sea.
  5. The strikes were executed using fighter jets and Tomahawk missiles.
  6. The Houthis launched a ballistic missile attack on a cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden.
  7. The UK economy is nearly 140 billion pounds smaller.
  8. Mexico can meet oil demand for the next 18 years.
  9. Gabriel Attal is the new Prime Minister, with a government of 11 ministers.
  10. Turkish Petroleum Refineries Corporation (TUPRAS) confirmed the seizure.
  11. Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin, and Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti retained their posts.
  12. Sheikh Hasina has been sworn in for her fourth consecutive term.
  13. Princess Kate and the Middleton family supported Hasmukh Shingadia.
  14. South Korea plans to launch the Korea AeroSpace Administration (KASA).
  15. Maninder Singh Shahi was suspended from medical practice for three years.
  16. The earthquake struck the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan.
  17. HCA criticized the government’s preparation to repeal smoke-free measures.
  18. Imee Marcos demanded an explanation for US fuel shipments to Subic Bay.
  19. noyb filed a complaint against Meta for ignoring users’ rights to withdraw consent.
  20. The death toll is 213, with 52 people unaccounted for.
  21. New Zealand consented to 38,209 new homes.

International News in Short- One Liners-November 14, 2023


  1. How many Palestinians were killed in the Israeli bombardment of Jabalia refugee camp?
  2. What area did Israeli aircraft target in Jabalia refugee camp?
  3. How many homes were destroyed in the Jabalia refugee camp attack?
  4. What exchange did Al-Qassam Brigades propose for a ceasefire?
  5. What was the Israeli military operation a retaliation for?
  6. How many people were killed in Israel during the Hamas-led attacks on October 7?
  7. What is the total Palestinian death toll since October 7?
  8. How many children and women are included in the Palestinian death toll?
  9. What initiated the latest Israel-Hamas conflict?
  10. What two new regulations were adopted by the EU Council for travelers?
  11. What measures are being taken at Al Shifa Hospital to keep babies alive?
  12. How many people have Israeli airstrikes killed according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health?
  13. What is UNRWA‘s response to the fuel shortage in Gaza?
  14. How many people has UNRWA sheltered since the Israel ground invasion?
  15. What was the US Secret Service’s action in Georgetown, Washington DC?
  16. What is the focus of INC-3 in Nairobi?
  17. How many Hamas members did the IDF kill near Al-Quds Hospital?
  18. Why was Suella Braverman sacked as British Home Secretary?
  19. Where did IDF find a huge cache of weapons?


  1. 31 Palestinians.
  2. A residential area.
  3. 12 homes.
  4. The release of 50 women and children hostages in Gaza for a five-day ceasefire.
  5. Hamas-led attacks on October 7.
  6. About 1,200 people.
  7. 11,240 Palestinians.
  8. 4,630 children and 3,130 women.
  9. Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israel.
  10. Visa applications can be made online for the Schengen area.
  11. Wrapping babies in foil and placing them alongside hot water containers.
  12. More than 11,000 people, including 4,506 children and 3,027 women.
  13. Shutting down operations due to fuel shortage.
  14. 800,000 people.
  15. Opened fire to prevent suspects from breaking into a car.
  16. Developing an international legally binding instrument on plastic pollution.
  17. 21 members.
  18. For her sharp criticism of police amid pro-Palestinian rallies.
  19. In the bedroom of a child in a senior Palestine Islamic Jihad leader’s house.

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