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Five headlines for Thursday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning
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Here are five stories we are highlighting this morning.

  1. A survey has found that just 10 per cent of youth picture a woman when they think of a CEO.
  2. The RCMP does not give lie-detector tests to employees in need of top-level security screenings.
  3. California has banned a pesticide that is linked to brain damage in children.
  4. Indonesia's security minister was wounded by a knife-wielding man.
  5. The Washington Nationals have advanced to the NLCS after beating the Dodgers in extra innings.

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