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Five headlines for Thursday morning

Here are five headlines for Thursday, Sept. 29.
Morning Headlines

Here are five headlines for this morning:

1) The head of the World Food Program is urging countries to follow Canada in trying to avert a looming famine in East Africa, which he warns could get even worse due to sanctions against Russia.

2) Canada's Navy commander is defending the need for 15 new warships as Ottawa reassesses the ballooning costs.

3) Gov. Gen. Mary Simon placed tobacco on the graves of some of the people who died in a stabbing rampage on the James Smith Cree Nation earlier this month. 

4) Several civil society groups are pushing for changes to the Liberal government's cybersecurity bill, saying it would undermine privacy, accountability and judicial transparency.

5) European Union countries should impose “biting sanctions” on Russian trade and hit officials responsible for “sham referendums” held in parts of Ukraine as Moscow ramps up the war, senior EU officials say.

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