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Saudi Arabia Appoints Nayef al-Fahadi As Ambassador to Japan

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Ambassador-Designate Al-Fahadi

Tokyo- (PanOrient News)
Saudi Arabia has announced the appointment of Nayef bin Marzouq Al-Fahadi as ambassador to Japan. He was sworn in before the Saudi King Salman on Feb. 10.

Al-Fahadi, 46, holds a bachelor's degree in comparative studies from Japan's Miyazaki University and thus has familiarity with Japan. He also earned a master’s in law from Australia's Monash University, according to Saudi media reports and the Saudi foreign ministry.

Al-Fahadi has actively held many positions ...

Japan Calls for New Elections in Venezuela

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Tokyo ? (PanOrient News) Japan’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Taro Kono released a statement calling for “free and fair” elections to be expeditiously held in Venezuela, where two alleged presidents vie for legitimacy.

“The President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Mr. Juan Guaid?, swore himself in as the Interim President of the Venezuela to convene presidential elections,” said Kono. “Japan supports the will of Venezuelan people seeking recovery of democracy based on its...

Japan Crude Oil Imports from the United States Increased Significantly

Sunday, February 3, 2019

By Khaldon Azhari

Tokyo-(PanOrient News) Japan imported over 6 million barrels of crude oil from the United States last December 2018, marking a significant increase that put the U.S. in fourth place out of countries exporting to oil-hungry Japan.

According to the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, American oil amounted to 6.6% of total imports, which constituted 92.8 million barrels in December. The agency noted that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates provided most of Japan...

Casio Introduces New Lamp-Free Projectors for Classroom Use

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Tokyo- (PanOrient News) The Japanese electronics giant Casio has come out with two new models of lamp-free projectors with an array of features to make life easier for teachers and students in information and communications technology classrooms.

The projectors, part of the 4000-lumen WUXGA Superior Series, are designed to connect wirelessly to teachers' and students’ computers with one click after preinstalling software. Additionally, teachers can control the projected content from a hand...