Belmokhtar Wife Arrested in Libya
Thursday, November 24, 2016
ID card of Asma Kadousi
Cairo - (Pan-Orient News) Authorities in Eastern Libya have arrested a woman believed to be the wife of one of the world's most wanted terrorists, Mokhtar Belmokhtar, in the city of Drana as she had arrived to give birth.
The anti-terrorism department in Eastern Libya said the woman, Asma Kadousi, a Tunisian national, had informed the authorities that Belmokhtar is still alive and living in Southern Libya.
Sami al-Matrih, a spokesman for the anti-terrorism department told local media that ...
Ritsumeikan University Hosts Next Global Business Case Competition (GBCC)
Friday, September 23, 2016
Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The Global Business Case Competition (GBCC) will hold its next competition event in October, 2016, organized by Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University APU, Mr. Nazarahari Mohammad Amin of the GBCC Steering Committee, told PanOrient News.
Participants from 12 universities from around the world will attend the competition by students with support from faculty, staff and advisors.
GBCC is the first and only international business case competition in Japan and helps to in...
North Koreans in Japan Celebrate Foundation of DPRK
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Chairman Ho Jong Man Gives his speech
Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The North Korean community in Japan celebrated the 68th anniversary of the DPRK’s founding on Thursday at a reception held at the headquarters of the Association of North Koreans in Japan, considered to be the de-facto embassy of North Korea in Tokyo.
Guests from Japan's political parties, business, academics, foreign diplomats along with the media attended the event catered with Korean food and music.
Mr. Ho Jong Man, Chairman of the association, gave a politica...
Israel Violates International Law: Japan
Saturday, September 3, 2016
Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The Government of Japan said it "deeply deplores" Israel's approval of plans for housing units in settlements in the West Bank.
An official statement issued by the Foreign Ministry in Tokyo on Friday (September 2) said such settlement activities committed by Israel are in violation of international law, and Japan has repeatedly called upon the government of Israel to fully freeze settlement activities.
The Government of Japan strongly urges the Government of Isr...