Did you drown in the river? Third grade boy and father died Tochigi Nasushiobara
On the afternoon of the 21st, a boy in the third grade of elementary school and his father were found in a state of cardiopulmonary arrest in the Naka River in Nasushiobara City, Tochigi Prefecture, and both were confirmed dead at the hospital where they were transported. The police are investigating the situation in detail, assuming that they were drowning while playing in the river.
Karate Olympic medalist Ryo Kiyuna and Araga become new directors of the federation
Ryo Kiyuna, who won the gold medal in karate held as a new competition at the Tokyo Olympics, and Ryutaro Araga, who won the bronze medal, have been appointed as new directors of the Japan Karate Federation (Japan Karate Federation).
Talks to establish new Taliban administration Full-scale or airport turmoil with people who want to evacuate abroad
The Taliban, an armed group that has seized power in Afghanistan, is expected to begin full-scale discussions for the establishment of a new administration in the future, with the number two Baradal master entering the capital Kabul. On the other hand, the evacuation of people who want to flee abroad is taking time, and the airport continues to be confused.
Typhoon No. 12 Closest to the islands of Okinawa tomorrow Be wary of storms and high waves
Typhoon No. 12 in the south of Okinawa is expected to move northward and approach the Toshima Islands on the 22nd. Be wary of storms and high waves.
Giants transfer Sho Nakata No hits in the pinch hitter "With feelings from 1"
Sho Nakata, who transferred to a professional baseball giant by free trade, participated in the DeNA game at Tokyo Dome on behalf of him.
On-site investigation of Fuji-Q Highland 4 roller coasters with broken bones
Yamanashi Prefecture and the national accident investigation subcommittee are investigating on-site due to a series of four accidents in which roller coaster users broke at the amusement park "Fuji-Q Highland" in Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture since December last year. I did it.
Cat stationmaster "Nitama" to "Knight" title "Sir Nitama" Wakayama
The calico cat "Nitama", who is the stationmaster of Wakayama Electric Railway, was given the title of "Knight" by Wakayama Prefecture for contributing to raising the name of the region.
Affects even home appliances
The impact of the global semiconductor shortage is becoming more serious. In a survey conducted by NHK on 100 major domestic companies, nearly 60% of the companies answered that their businesses were affected by the shortage of semiconductors. From the questionnaire, we can see that the impact is spreading to a wide range of industries other than the automobile industry and electrical equipment manufacturers.
150 people including heat stroke athletes during the Olympic Games Ambulance transportation is also organized by the organization committee
The Tokyo Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games revealed that during the Olympic Games, 150 athletes and others complained of suspected heat stroke, and eight of them were transported by ambulance. At the Paralympics, there are athletes who have difficulty adjusting their body temperature due to disabilities, so the Organizing Committee plans to take more thorough measures.
Tokushima Naka-cho Wajiki site area and Aioi area are instructed to evacuate.
At 1:35 pm, Naka Town, Tokushima Prefecture, issued an evacuation order to 2684 people from 1218 households in the Wajiki area and 2315 people from 1060 households in the Aioi area, saying that heavy rain could cause sediment-related disasters. Of the five alert levels, alert level 4 information calls for everyone to evacuate from dangerous areas.
US Tesla Humanoid Robot Development Utilizing Autonomous Driving Technology
Tesla, an American electric vehicle manufacturer, announced that it will embark on the development of humanoid robots using technologies cultivated through autonomous driving such as AI = artificial intelligence. In the future, we will be able to take on dangerous tasks on behalf of humans.
Archery Japan national team declines para. Violation of touching the bow of another player without permission
Takahiro Hasegawa, the archery representative of the Tokyo Paralympics, which will start on the 24th of this month, has declined to participate in the Tokyo Paralympics for committing a violation of touching the bows of other players without permission.
Angels Shohei Ohtani No. 1 designated hitter and 4 consecutive hits
Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels started in the Indians game as the first designated hitter and hit four games in a row.
Two unknown ship collision accident Containing one body from inside a sunken cargo ship
In May, a Japanese cargo ship collided with a foreign-registered ship in the Seto Inland Sea off the coast of Ehime Prefecture, and one body was found inside the ship. The Japan Coast Guard will contain the bodies and proceed with confirmation of their identities.
Afghanistan US pressure on press is strongly restrained
A U.S. State Department spokesman has expressed concern that the pressure on the press is increasing in Afghanistan, where the Taliban have seized power, and will not support a government that does not defend its basic rights, such as freedom of the press. The Taliban was strongly restrained.
Reopening of offices of major US IT companies Postponed to next year With the spread of "Delta stock" infection
Major US IT companies have decided to postpone the time when employees will be able to commute to the office again in January next year due to the spread of the mutant virus "Delta strain".
Japanese managers "Many men who have never changed jobs" Government Study Group
To improve corporate productivity, a government study group pointed out that many Japanese managers are young men who have never changed jobs and lack diversity, and to realize an organization with diverse human resources. We have compiled a report stating that employment transformation is an urgent need.
A senior government official in charge of North Korea visits South Korea and exchanges opinions on the situation on the Korean Peninsula
As North Korea strongly opposes the joint military exercises that the United States and South Korea have been conducting since the middle of this month, the US government has announced that a senior government official in charge of North Korea will visit South Korea from the 21st.
Hachimura Wizards and Watanabe Raptors face off in the opening round of the NBA October
The schedule for the new season of NBA = American professional basketball, which will start in October, has been announced, and Wizards, to which Rui Hachimura belongs, and Raptors, to which Yuta Watanabe belongs, will face each other in the opening game on October 20. rice field.
Can the "disaster level" of Tokyo Para-Tokyo residents be understood by the rapid spread of infection?
With the opening of the Tokyo Paralympics coming three days later, it has been pointed out that the infection situation in Tokyo is "out of control and at a disaster level", and the medical system is in a critical situation. While Governor Koike is seeking understanding from the event, he is strongly calling for refraining from going out, and the issue is whether to gain the understanding of many Tokyo residents.
Mizuho Bank system failure Thorough prevention of recurrence and restoration of trust are issues
On the 20th, Mizuho Financial Group was unable to make transactions such as transfers at stores nationwide, causing the fifth system failure. The issue is how to thoroughly prevent recurrence and restore trust due to a failure in the midst of a comprehensive system inspection.
President Biden Nominates Rahm Emanuel as US Ambassador to Japan
US President Joe Biden has announced that he will nominate Emmanuel, the White House Chief of Staff under the Obama administration, as the vacant ambassador to Japan.
Civil welfare officer died due to heavy rain damage "Leave it to the local government" Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare notified
Due to this record heavy rain, a woman on the civil welfare committee who seems to have gone home at the request of an elderly person living alone in Nagasaki Prefecture was involved in a flood and died. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has notified the whole country that in areas where evacuation is being called for, the local welfare officers do not carry out activities such as watching over the area and leave the response to the local government.
Afghan Taliban fighters spread anxiety to street inspections
The Taliban, an armed group that has regained power in Afghanistan, is appealing for the reconciliation of the people, but the fighters are tightening up, such as investigating the relationship with the collapsed administration in the street inspection, and there is concern among the people. is spreading.
Is it a novel writing that closely resembles the case of a former juvenile delinquent arrested in a high school student stabbed case 11 years ago?
Eleven years ago, a 17-year-old ex-boy who was arrested in a case where a high school boy was stabbed and killed on the streets of Kobe City wrote and published a novel similar to the case, an investigative official I found out by interviewing.