For Wednesday's Geo Quiz, we're looking for the African city that's just gotten its own version of the popular Monopoly board game. One clue -- in this version, Boardwalk has been replaced by a place called Banana Island.
Anchor Marco Werman takes an armchair trip to Nigeria, with author Chinelo Okparanta. The Nigerian-American writer recommends three books - 'Things Fall Apart,' 'Half of a Yellow Sun' and 'Love is Power, Or Something Like That'.
Nigeria's government is trying once more to eliminate its fuel subsidy, sending gasoline, heating and cooking oil prices skyrocketing. In response, workers have called an indefinite, general strike and demanded the government back down.
Samy Ben Redjeb is a former flight attendant in Frankfurt who spent years flying to African countries, collecting music. That collection forms the basis of his record label, Analog Africa. His latest compilation CD is "Afrobeat Airways 2."
Rob Ford is nothing if not a survivor. After being accused of patronizing prostitutes — a charge he denies — drinking and driving — a charge he admits to — and then making the sort of sexual comment that can't be repeated on a family-friendly website, he still hangs onto his job as mayor. Meanwhile, in Europe, it seems that in-flight phone calls may become OK. "Can you hear me now?" Ugh. Plus more in today's Global Scan.