CBC | World News Suicide bombing kills 8 in eastern Afghanistan 2017-11-23T09:24:06.000000000-05:00 An Afghan official says a suicide attack has killed eight people and wounded 17 in the country's eastern Nangarhar province. Myanmar, Bangladesh sign deal for Rohingya's return 2017-11-23T07:45:44.000000000-05:00 Myanmar and Bangladesh have signed an agreement covering the return of Rohingya Muslims who fled across their mutual border to escape violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state. The Olympics have a host-city problem 2017-11-23T07:00:00.000000000-05:00 Faced with a huge price tag for hosting what amounts to a two-week party, cities around the world are no longer clamouring for the Olympics. Now the IOC is trying to rein in costs to make the Games more attractive. Zimbabwe's Mugabe granted immunity as part of resignation deal: sources 2017-11-23T05:51:35.000000000-05:00 As Zimbabwe on Thursday prepared to swear in a new leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa, after 37 years, attention turned to the fate of Robert Mugabe and the wife who just days ago was poised to succeed him. Unpaid Zara garment workers say they still haven't seen a cent 2017-11-23T05:00:00.000000000-05:00 Workers who stuffed pleas into pockets of clothing sold at Zara say they still haven’t been paid despite promises of compensation. Asylum seekers ordered to leave detention centre in Papua New Guinea as it's sealed off 2017-11-23T00:17:14.000000000-05:00 The UN Refugee Agency calls for calm after receiving reports of force being used to remove refugees and asylum seekers from a centre officially closed three weeks ago on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea. 12 of 14 Hurricane Irma nursing home deaths ruled homicides 2017-11-22T20:36:07.000000000-05:00 Authorities say the deaths of 12 of the 14 Florida nursing home patients who died after Hurricane Irma have been ruled homicides. Slave sale video prompts France to push for UN meeting on trafficking of migrants 2017-11-22T13:29:20.000000000-05:00 France demanded on Wednesday an urgent UN Security Council session on human trafficking in Libya and raised the possibility of sanctions on the country after a video appearing to show African migrants being sold as slaves there sparked global outrage. Iran-based hacker charged with trying to extort HBO 2017-11-22T13:07:37.000000000-05:00 An indictment filed Tuesday in Manhattan accuses Behzad Mesri of hacking into HBO's computer system in New York. It says he stole unaired episodes from shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Deuce, story plot summaries and scripts for Game of Thrones and confidential cast and crew contact l... Russia's Putin holds summit on how to stabilize Syria 2017-11-22T12:59:03.000000000-05:00 The mini-summit of the three countries that earlier this year helped broker a truce between Syrian government troops and the opposition in several pockets of fighting across the war-torn country comes two days after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad visited Putin in Sochi.