As a fresh round of negotiations begins on Wednesday to eliminate the threat from Iran's nuclear program, dissidents join Israel in telling the West to move cautiously. We introduce you to an Iraqi who excels at video games — many set in his home country — and we celebrate World Toilet Day. That and more, in today's Global Scan.
A former Nazi soldier is leaving his life savings to a community in Scotland where he was held prisoner during World War Two. He says he wants to thank the people of the village for their kindness. Anchor Jeb Sharp finds out more from George Carson.
For today's Geo Quiz, we were looking for a bridge in Germany where the US and the Soviet Union once swapped their captured secret agents. The World's David Leveille tells us more about this Cold War 'bridge of spies.'
Third-generation immigrants, born and raised in Germany, are still considered foreigners. That's prompted many Turks to leave Germany for a country they've never lived in. Matthew Brunwasser reports from Istanbul.
German chancellor Angela Merkel is in Beijing for a two-day visit expected to focus on the eurzone crisis, Iran and Syria. Accompanied by a 20 strong trade delegation, she is scheduled to meet President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao.