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Elsewhere on Wednesday,-- Do the culture wars really exist?-- Taiwan’s water shortage.-- Catholics question Bojo’s church wedding. -- World’s first immaterial sculpture sells for €15,000. -- The future of shopping might not be home delivery. -- A not so boring thread about US vs UK supermarkets. -- Here comes the SPAC pied piper. -- Direct microwave energy weapons are causing “Havana syndrome” among diplomats and intel officers. -- China adopts on crypto free giveaway tactics to onboard citizens to e-yuan. -- Farewell Israel’s vaccine passport. -- UK house prices jump 10.9 per cent. -- The Brits get ahead on quantum encryption.

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