How switched on were you to what was going on in the news this week? Watch our video below to see if you can identify the news story. (We've already given you the country.)
This week the US made headlines thanks to a supermoon, wildfires and an announcement from President Donald Trump that caused outrage in the Middle East.
Protests turned violent in one EU country as demonstrators marked a deadly police shooting and in another water cannons were used to disperse crowds, but where in the world did this happen?
Scroll down to find out the answers. You can click on the place names to read the relevant articles.
Motorists witness wildfire near LA motorway
One dead, scores arrested in unrest over delayed Honduran vote count
Puigdemont joins Catalan protest in Brussels in support of ousted leaders
Astronauts make, fling and eat pizzas in space
Second blast brings down section of Silverdome stadium after first sees wiring issue
Palestinians remove Trump's mural from Bethlehem's barrier
Israeli PM profoundly grateful to Trump for Jerusalem move
'The Silence Breakers' have had enough with sexual harassment - Time
Water cannons used to disperse protesters blocking Hannover AfD convention
North Korea celebrates ballistic missile launch
Cubans hold pilgrimage to Fidel Castro's tomb on anniversary of burial
Hong Kong democracy activists 'ready' for jail sentencing
Russian anti-aircraft forces conducted launches of "TOR-M2" missiles
Heavy airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition pound Sanaa
Saakashvili captured on the roof of his home by security forces
Violence at rallies to mark deadly police shooting in Greece
Timelapse shows the supermoon rising over Detroit
Video: Editing and original music by Andy Kayes