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Do You Know What Happened In The News This Week?

Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, a wildfire is sweeping through parts of Alberta, Canada, and Leicester City pulled off the impossible. Take the BuzzFeed News quiz, made from stories featured in the BuzzFeed News app and the BuzzFeed News newsletter this week.

Posted on May 6, 2016, at 5:55 a.m. ET

  1. 1. 2016 U.S. Elections

    Joe Raedle / Getty Images

    Who — besides Donald Trump — is left in the Republican presidential race?


    It's none of the above.

    In fact, no one is left in the race on the Republican side. Trump became the presumptive nominee after his primary win in Indiana this week, which prompted rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich to drop out.

  2. 2. Alberta Wildfire

    Canadian Press

    Alberta, Canada, declared a provincial state of emergency this week over a wildfire that swept through Fort McMurray. What's the area known for?


    It's oil production.

    More than 80,000 people were evacuated from Fort McMurray, Canada's oil production capital, after wildfires swept through the city.

  3. 3. UK Elections

    The UK had the biggest vote this week since the general election. It was a major test for Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of which party?


    It's the Labour party.

    Jeremy Corbyn’s party is on track to lose council seats, placing Labour in a historically weak position when it comes to preparing the ground for a general election victory.

  4. 4. Hamilton

    Neilson Barnard / Getty Images

    Smash Broadway hit Hamilton snagged16 Tony award nominations this week, breaking which previous record holders?


    It's The Producers and Billy Elliot.

    Both had 15 nominations. Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda won a Pulitzer Prize last month. The musical also won a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album.

  5. 5. The "Grim Sleeper" Killings

    Damian Dovarganes / AP

    A 63-year-old man was convicted of killing how many young black women in Los Angeles over the course of two decades?


    It's 10.

    Lonnie Franklin, now 63, was convicted of killing 10 young black women in South L.A. over the course of two decades starting in the 1980s.

  6. 6. Who Resigned?


    Which country's prime minister resigned this week amid rifts with its president?


    It's Turkey.

    Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced he is stepping down on Thursday. Davutoglu has long been thought to be against President Erdogan’s plan to consolidate power by moving Turkey toward a presidential system of governance.

  7. 7. Premier League Champions

    Nick Potts / PA Wire/Press Association Images

    Leicester City won England's Premier League championship for the first time in the club’s 132-year history. What were their odds this season?


    It's 5,000–1.

    After starting the season with 5,000–1 odds, Leicester City was for the first time crowned Premier League champion on Monday, capping off a fairy-tale season that will go down in sporting history.

  8. 8. The Man Behind Bitcoin /

    This week, an Australian computer scientist and businessman named Craig Wright claimed he invented Bitcoin using which pseudonym?


    It's Satoshi Nakamoto.

    Wright published a blog post says he’s the man behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto — the founder of the electronic currency. But then he said he couldn't provide evidence to back his claim.

  9. 9. Paying for Tinder

    Tommaso Boddi / Getty Images

    About how many people out there are paying for Tinder?


    It's 1 million.

    A little over one year after launching, Tinder Plus — the paid version of the dating app — has hit 1 million users. Earlier this year, Tinder announced it had hit 100 million downloads

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