Arab Astronomers Predict Dramatic Events for 2019, Syria is the Biggest Winner

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

By Fadwa Iyoun Soud

Tokyo ? PanOrient News
For the still-new 2019, Arab astronomers predict a continuation of unrest in the world, a Russian-Chinese war and dramatic changes in Syria that will attract a rush of large international investment to the devastated country.

Sanma, an Iraqi spiritual astronomer, foresees major dramatic events for 2019: a devastating earthquake that will hit Israel, Saudi troops sweeping into Qatar by order of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, and an end...

Celebratory Fire Rattles Syrian New Year Festivities

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Latakia city celebrates New Year

By Allison Pestotnik
Dubai-(PanOrient News) In the midst of New Year’s Eve celebrations welcoming in 2019, some Syrian cities witnessed heavy fire from gunmen belonging to military and security organizations, an eyewitness reported. The account was backed up by video clips posted online.

As the New Year countdown reached zero, bullets and shells fired from Kalashnikovs and even Dushka heavy machine guns lit up the sky. The echoes of such unconventional fireworks were heard far into the d...

What Makes a ‘Best City’? Ask Japan

Friday, October 12, 2018

Tokyo- PanOrient News

Japan’s big cities have something to celebrate.

In a poll of 429,000 readers of Conde Nast Traveler that ranked the ‘best cities in the world,’ Japan has more spots on the list of top twenty best big cities than any other country, with Tokyo and Kyoto coming in first and second.

The travel magazine divided its list of reader-ranked cities into two groups ? top 20 small cities and top 20 big cities. While no Japanese small cities made the grade, Osaka nabbe...

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