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132 views • August 23, 2023

Indian Spacecraft Lands Near South Pole of Moon; UK’s First Womb Transplant Successful

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An Indian spacecraft has succeeded in landing near the south pole of the moon. British surgeons have carried out the first womb transplant in the UK. Both women are recovering well. Pickpockets are on the rise. We hear from a former detective chief inspector about the methods behind sleight-of-hand robberies. How can a million people get it wrong? Economist and author Jerome Booth talks about the pitfalls of mass groupthink.
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