Daily Quiz #3641
What island nation in the South Pacific Ocean was, from 1906, jointly managed by France and the UK as the New Hebrides, and became a Republic in 1980?
Which American rock, folk, and alt-country singer/songwriter, a three-time Grammy Award winner, was named “America’s best songwriter” by TIME magazine in 2002?
Which of these was not one of the first three countries to receive an internationalised country code top-level domain (i.e. that employs a non Latin alphabet) in the Internet Domain Name System?
Which of these painters was born in Belgium?
In 1587, Sir Francis Drake "singed the beard of the King of Spain" by leading a fleet which destroyed 37 naval and merchant ships in the port of La Coruña and which other place?
What is a marriage called where one of the parties does not enjoy the privileges of rank of the other, nor inherit the possessions of the partner?
Which boxer bit both of Evander Holyfield's ears in a fight for the WBA World Heavyweight Championship on 28 June 1997?