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Zimbabwe's Mugabe granted immunity as part of resignation deal, sources say

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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.

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Argentina's navy announced Thursday that a sound detected during the search for a missing submarine is consistent with that of an explosion — an ominous development in the hunt for the vessel and its 44 crew members.

Sister of murdered Inuk woman 'turns pain into positive action' with opera project

Saunders Noseworth

It has been just three weeks since Inuk artist Delilah Saunders and her family testified at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls at Membertou First Nation in Nova Scotia. Now, Saunders says she's "turning her pain into positive action," collaborating with a Labrador City composer on a chamber opera.

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BeaverTails Canada has asked a Calgary food columnist to stop using the word "beaver" in one of her blog's recipes that's a tribute to the much-loved pastry.

Cabinet minister still waiting on citizenship paperwork after birthplace revelation

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More than a year after Maryam Monsef revealed she was not actually born in Afghanistan, as she had previously believed, the Liberal cabinet minister is still waiting for the government to update her documents.

Double win: Cancer patient collects lottery jackpot and responds to chemo

Diane Bishop with sons Shane and Jordan

A Mount Pearl, N.L., woman who was forced to continue working while dealing with breast cancer has won the Super Set for Life lottery, and she is finally responding to treatment.

Myanmar, Bangladesh sign deal for Rohingya's return


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.

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Kuini Chuen

Health Canada chemist and single mother Kuini Chuen went nearly three months without being paid as a result of the ongoing Phoenix payroll mess. When the deposit finally arrived, she wasn't sure she could touch it.

'Shaming us for who we were was wrong': N.L. residential school survivors speak out before federal apology

Joanna Michel

The federal government apology for residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador is bringing back difficult memories for survivors.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News