Samut Sakhon sees a jump of 792 new coronavirus cases

SAMUT Sakhon province from where the new round of coronavirus outbreak sprang added 792 new cases yesterday (Jan.26) taking the provincial total to 7,347 cases, reported this morning. Samut Sakhon Provincial Public Relations Office said of this total 714 people were found to be infected through proactive search with three being Thais and 711

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UK Covid deaths surpass Great Plague, Aids pandemic and every terror attack and war since 1945 combined

The number of Covid-19 deaths in the UK has surpassed the combined death toll of the Great Plague, the Aids pandemic and every single terror attack and war since 1945. The UK recorded a further 1,631 deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday, taking the official tally above 100,000. The actual number is expected to be much higher when all excess

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China warns Biden against ‘arrogant isolation’

Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the international community to put their differences to one side, warning that history has shown countries that choose to go it alone “will always fail.” Speaking via videoconference as he addressed the annual World Economic Forum, Xi discussed global challenges such as the coronavirus pandemic and the climate emergency.

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Ladies lie in bedroom ?

Many women admit to faking orgasms, but the most common lie told in the bedroom is actually ruining your sex life, says Nadia Bokody. Women are terrific actors. I know this because each time I write about fake orgasms, my inbox is inundated by men insisting they’re outliers. That, somehow, they’ve managed to evade the

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Russia on the brink of revolution

Vladimir Putin’s grip on power could be failing, with Russia on the brink of revolution as protesters clash with riot police in the streets. Corruption. Control. Incompetence. Russia’s people have had enough. And a poisoning survivor is riding this wave of resentment in open defiance of Vladimir Putin’s draconian rule. The triumphant return of opposition

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