Former Prime Minister Abe's shooting suspect mother "I'm sorry for the former Unification Church"
In the case where former Prime Minister Abe was shot dead, the suspect who was arrested is believed to have caused the case from a grudge against the "Unification Church of the World Peace" and the former Unification Church, which his mother has received. It turned out that the suspect's mother told the prosecution that she was sorry for causing trouble to the former Unification Church.
Unstoppable “price increase” Impact on households and business activities will increase in severity
In June, the consumer price index, excluding fresh food, which fluctuates greatly due to the weather, rose 2.2% over the same month last year for the 10th consecutive month. The main factor is soaring energy prices. "Energy" as a whole increased significantly by 16.5% compared to the same month last year. “Food excluding fresh food” increased by 3.2%. As companies move to pass on the rise in raw material prices to commodity prices, it is expected that prices will continue to rise for some time, especially in food and daily necessities. In addition, wage growth has not kept pace with rising prices. Such a situation may lead to a cooling of personal consumption, and experts have pointed out that there is concern about the negative impact on the economy.
Five new certified human national treasures, including Kabuki actor Nakamura Baigyoku
Five people, including Kabuki actor Nakamura Baigyoku, have been newly certified as living national treasures with high skills in the traditional performing arts field.
KDDI Set compensation policy for millions of people Due to large-scale communication failure such as au
KDDI, which develops au and other companies, has decided to compensate millions of users for the large-scale communication failure that occurred this month. The company said that the communication failure could have affected up to 39.15 million users, and decided to submit a report to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications on the 28th of this month, including detailed causes. I am.
Former Prime Minister Abe Shooting Case Suspect Did you hurry to attack while life was in need?
In the case where former Prime Minister Abe was shot dead during his speech, the arrested suspect stated that "the money may run out this month and I decided to attack before that." However, I found out by interviewing the investigators. The suspect has a debt of at least hundreds of thousands of yen, and police officials are investigating that he was in a hurry to attack because he was spending a lot of money on manufacturing guns and other items in a difficult life.
Mito District Court orders compensation for heavy rain and flood damage on the Kinugawa River
Seven years ago, in 2015, the Kinugawa River was flooded by the "Kanto / Tohoku Heavy Rain", and residents of Joso City, Ibaraki Prefecture, who suffered large-scale inundation damage, sought compensation for improper national river management. In the trial, the Mito District Court sentenced the state to indemnify some of the plaintiffs. It is unusual for a country to be ordered to pay compensation in a flood trial.
Order for compensation of more than 13 trillion yen from former chairman of TEPCO Request for property seizure on the shareholder side
In a trial in which TEPCO shareholders were pursuing the responsibility of the former management for suffering a large amount of damage from the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, 13.3 trillion yen against four people including the former chairman on the 13th of this month In response to the ruling ordering the company to compensate the surplus, the shareholders requested TEPCO to promptly seize the property of the former chairman and others.
Traces of a post town on the bottom of Lake Hibara, Fukushima Confirmed by a diving survey
Bandai in Fukushima Prefecture is known to have sunk a post town at that time in a lake created by the eruption that occurred in the Meiji era, and research groups such as the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology conducted diving surveys, such as Ishigaki. It turned out that the traces of the post town of Fukushima were confirmed for the first time in about 130 years.
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Treated water TEPCO's plan to flow into the sea Approved by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
On the 22nd, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission held an extraordinary meeting on treated water containing radioactive substances such as tritium that accumulates at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, and approved a plan to drain it into the sea, which was formulated by TEPCO in accordance with the government policy. ..
Ukrainian grain exporter Turkish official “Signature ceremony for reopening on 22nd”
Turkey's officials said on the 22nd that a signing ceremony for the resumption of exports was held with the participation of Russian and Ukrainian delegations and the United Nations over the problem that exports of wheat etc. from Ukrainian ports were stagnant due to the blockade by the Russian army. It will be revealed that it will be held in Ukraine, and it will be watched whether it will lead to a breakthrough in the midst of soaring food prices worldwide.
Tonight in the northeastern part of the Kanto region, there is a risk of extremely heavy rain locally.
Atmospheric conditions in Kanto Koshin are unstable due to the effects of low pressure and fronts, and rain clouds are developing in some places. Especially in the northeastern part of the Kanto region, there is a risk of extremely heavy rain locally late at night on the 22nd, so it is necessary to pay close attention to inundation of low land and flooding of rivers.
Seismic intensity 4 earthquake in Aomori prefecture No worries about tsunami
At around 0:02 pm on the 22nd, there was an earthquake in Aomori prefecture that observed shaking with a seismic intensity of 4. There is no need to worry about the tsunami caused by this earthquake.
Defense of Japan Russian military invasion “never forgive”
This year's Defense of Japan adds a new section on Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, emphasizing that the international community should never forgive it. He also said that the situation in Taiwan is important for the stability of the international community, and he will keep an eye on the trends with even greater tension.
Former Prime Minister Abe's "state funeral" will be held on September 27 at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo
The government has decided to hold a "national burial" of former Prime Minister Abe, who died after being shot by a gun during a support speech for the Upper House election, at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on September 27.
Former Toshima Ward Assembly member who died is sent documents and settled for state affairs activity expenses
A former ward council member in Toshima Ward, Tokyo, who died in May, was filed on suspicion of embezzlement for business purposes, alleging that he had taken about 7 million yen in political activity expenses.
Russia's veto exercise over Syrian humanitarian assistance UN General Assembly seeking explanation
The UN Security Council held a UN General Assembly calling for an explanation of Russia's veto over humanitarian assistance to Syria, where the civil war continues. While Russia insisted on its own position, there were a number of opinions from each country that veto rights should not be exercised due to humanitarian issues.
June consumer price index over 2%, up 2.2% year-on-year, for 3 consecutive months
Looking at the price movements of goods and services consumed at home Last month and June, the consumer price index excluding fresh food, which fluctuates greatly due to the weather, exceeded the same month last year by 2.2%. Prices have continued to rise for the third consecutive month, exceeding the target of 2% by the government and the Bank of Japan, mainly due to the rise in energy-related and food prices.
Monkeypox WHO Considering "emergency situation" Declaration decision within a few days
Regarding "monkeypox", which has been reported one after another mainly in Europe and the United States, the WHO = World Health Organization convened an urgent committee of experts on the 21st to consider whether it would be an "internationally concerned public health emergency". did. Based on the results of the committee's review, Secretary-General Tedros will decide within a few days whether to declare an emergency.
[Updated from time to time] Military invasion of Russia and Ukraine (movement on the 22nd)
Russia's military invasion of Ukraine continues. Russian and Ukrainian troops continue to fight in various parts of Ukraine, and many citizens are evacuating abroad. We will keep you updated on the movements on the 22nd (Japan time) regarding the situation in Ukraine, such as the situation of the battle and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan, Ukraine, and Moscow, Russia)
Indian Presidential Election Mr. Murum, a 64-year-old woman from an indigenous people, was elected for the first time
A presidential election was held in India following the expiration of his term, and Draupadi Murum, the first woman from an indigenous people, was elected.
Continued attacks by the Russian army "cannot move forward meaningfully" Is the war situation stalled?
The Russian army seems to have started full-scale ground operations in Donetsk Oblast, eastern Ukraine, but the war situation seems to be stalled due to analysis that the troops are not advancing. On the other hand, it seems that the talks between Russia and Ukraine with Turkey and the United Nations over the problem of stagnation of exports of wheat etc. from Ukrainian ports are coming to a close, and it will be watched whether it will lead to a breakthrough. ..
Shohei Ohtani Tomorrow's starting lineup "Double digit victory Double digit home run" will be achieved
Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels will start the second half of the team's first match on the 22nd and 23rd of Japan time to achieve the "double digit victory, double digit home run" for the first time in 104 years since Babe Ruth. ..
A man was stabbed by a knife and died. A suspect who self-confessed was arrested. Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
On the night of the 21st, a man in his thirties was stabbed to death on the streets of Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, and the Metropolitan Police Department arrested a 35-year-old suspect who had self-confessed to a nearby police station on suspicion of murder. Since the victims are believed to be related to the gangsters, the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details of the situation, assuming that they had trouble for some reason.
"Rice field art" is in full bloom Aomori Inakadate Village, such as "Mona Lisa"
"Rice Paddy Art" in Inakadate Village, Aomori Prefecture, where rice plants of various colors are planted in paddy fields and works such as the masterpiece "Mona Lisa" are in full bloom.
Former Prime Minister Abe shooting case suspect to mental assessment Nara Jiken
It has been two weeks since the incident in which former Prime Minister Abe was shot dead during a speech in Nara City in 22 days. According to interviews with investigators, the Nara District Public Prosecutor's Office has decided to conduct a mental assessment to examine the criminal liability of the suspect, based on the statements made so far.