Daily Archives: December 1, 2017

‫ایکوا سٹی اوڈیبا یکم دسمبر سے ٹوکیو کوکوگیکن مائی میں بیش بہا موسم سرما کا غیر معمولی مجموعہ پیش کرتا ہوا کوبے بیف سے بنا “ریمن” نوڈلز طعام نامہ، “ایسے-ایبی” لوبسٹر

ٹوکیو، 29 نومبر 2017ء/کیوڈو جے بی این-ایشیانیٹ/–

– ٹوکیو ریمن کوکوگیکن مائی کی چھ دکانوں پر خصوصی ریمن طعام نامے دستیاب؛ کرسمس تقریبات، اوڈیبا کو پیش کرتی آتش بازیاں

مٹسوبشی جیشو ریٹیل پراپرٹی مینجمنٹ کمپنی

Indonesian National Population & Family Planning Board (BKKBN) to Develop Initiatives, Accelerating Access to Family Planning, Family Development, and Population Management Programs

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The 14th International Inter-Ministerial Conference on Population and Development (IIMC) launched on November 28-29, 2017 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Around 250 participants from 26 countries in Asia, Africa,

Promo Video of Guangzhou’s Huangpu District Debuts at Times Square

GUANGZHOU, China, Dec. 8, 2017 /Xinhua-AsiaNet/– As the Fortune Global Forum 2017, known as “the clearest and most direct window to the global economy”, is held in Guangzhou, China from December 6 to 8, “Huangpu …

Trump: Reports of Tillerson’s Firing ‘Fake News’

On Thursday, news outlets quoted senior administration officials as saying the president could name Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo to replace Tillerson within the next several weeks. Both the White House and the State …

Al-Qaida Leader’s New Message Shows Increased Discord With Jihadists in Syria

WASHINGTON The al-Qaida terror organization has released a new audio message from its elusive leader in which he slams the Syrian Jihadi group Liberation of the Levant Organization, or more commonly known as Hayat Tahrir …

Militant Attack on Pakistan University Kills 9

ISLAMABAD A group of heavily armed suicide assailants stormed a government agriculture research center and adjoining university hostel in northwestern Pakistan Friday, killing at least 9 people and wounding more than 35 others.

Pakistani police …

Mattis to Pressure Pakistan ‘One More Time’ on Militant Groups

Pentagon chief Jim Mattis is expected to pressure Pakistan to end its alleged ties to militant groups when he visits the country as part of a four-nation tour that began Friday.

Terrorism also will be …