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Five headlines for Friday morning

Here are some headlines for this morning.
Morning Headlines

Here are five stories we are highlighting this morning.

1. The Senate has passed a bill intended to help deter, investigate and punish foreign interference amid concerns the legislation received inadequate scrutiny.

2. New York has moved to limit 'addictive' social media feeds for kids.

3. The threat of a strike by WestJet mechanics is off the table — for now — after both sides agreed to resume negotiations, but not before 50 flights were cancelled.

4. 'Boy in the Woods' a story of Holocaust survival, says its real-life inspiration. 

5. NATO's secretary-general is urging Ottawa to meet its defence spending target to help stand up to authoritarian regimes. 

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