[Weather commentary] Typhoon No. 11 approaches Okinawa, fear of record storms
Typhoon No. 11 has rapidly developed into a ferocious force and is gradually approaching the Daitojima region of Okinawa Prefecture. In the Daito Island region, the maximum wind speed is expected to reach 55 meters on the 31st, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed is expected to reach 75 meters. Kimiharu Saida, a weather forecaster, will explain the course of typhoons in the future. (The video is 3 minutes and 17 seconds. It cannot be viewed on data broadcasting.)
Electricity charges in October 10 major electric power companies at the highest level in the past 5 years
Electricity charges for the 10 major electric power companies in October this year have reached the upper limit that can pass on the soaring fuel prices for all companies, and will be the highest level in the past five years that can be compared.
Company executive arrested on suspicion of withdrawing part of mistaken transfer to similar company name Saitama
A company executive in Soka City, Saitama Prefecture, was arrested on suspicion of theft for withdrawing part of the approximately 7 million yen that was mistakenly transferred to his company's account. According to investigative sources, it was mistakenly transferred because the company names were similar.
Okinawa Kitadaito Village and Minamidaito Village Evacuation instruction to all areas at 5 pm
Kitadaito Village and Minamidaito Village in Okinawa Prefecture issued evacuation orders to the entire village at 5:00 pm on the 30th. The information corresponds to alert level 4, calling for everyone to evacuate from dangerous places.
Business alliance between NTT and Shinkin Bank to support digitalization of small and medium-sized enterprises
While it is pointed out that the digitization of small and medium-sized enterprises is delayed, NTT East and West Japan, and the Shinkin Central Bank, which is a nationwide organization of Shinkin banks, have formed a business alliance and will support digitization by opening a dedicated site. became.
Sexual assault on 20 boys Former babysitter sentenced to 20 years in prison Tokyo District Court
The Tokyo District Court accused the defendant of sexually assaulting and indecent acts on 20 children at a place where he was asked to provide childcare as a babysitter. It's a crime," he was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
[Video] Zaporizhia nuclear power plant Russia and Ukraine fight over power?
A Ukrainian nuclear power plant controlled by the Russian military is reported to have been bombarded on the 28th, and faces the risk of a serious accident. The IAEA = International Atomic Energy Agency has announced that a team of experts led by Secretary General Grossi will enter the field this week to ensure safety. It is also unclear which side attacked the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, but behind the shelling is believed to be a battle over power, as to whether Russia or Ukraine will get the power generated by this power plant. I'm here. (The video is 7 minutes and 57 seconds. It cannot be viewed on data broadcasting.)
Yahoo auction site to ban endangered insects
Yahoo has decided to prohibit individual listings of about 4,000 endangered species such as amphibians and insects on its auction site to protect biodiversity.
Shareholders such as H.I.S. sell Huis Ten Bosch for 100 billion yen
The theme park "Huis Ten Bosch" in Nagasaki Prefecture will be sold to an investment company in Hong Kong, and shareholders such as the major travel agency "H.I.S." officially announced the sale policy on August 30.
GSDF guard unit "part of condolence" for former Prime Minister Abe's family funeral Minister of Defense
Regarding the attendance of the Ground Self-Defense Force guard of honor at the funeral of former Prime Minister Abe held last month, Minister of Defense Hamada said that it was part of the condolences of the Ministry of Defense and the Self-Defense Forces, taking into account the wishes of the bereaved family.
Kyocera Honorary Chairman Kazuo Inamori dies at the age of 90 to become a global company in a single generation
Kyocera's Honorary Chairman Kazuo Inamori, who grew Kyocera into a global company in a single generation through the manufacture of electronic components and worked to rebuild it as chairman of the bankrupt Japan Airlines, died of old age at his home in Kyoto on the 24th of this month. I was. he was 90 years old.
Establishment of a consultation desk to deal with the worsening damage caused by pirated versions of manga and anime
Due to the worsening damage caused by pirated sites such as manga and anime, the Agency for Cultural Affairs has set up a new consultation desk for individual creators and small and medium-sized enterprises, and will start giving advice on countermeasures.
Former Prime Minister Abe's state funeral school does not seek condolences such as silence Nagaoka Minister of Education
Nagaoka, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, said that he would not ask boards of education and schools to cooperate in expressing condolences by raising flags at half-mast or holding a moment of silence at the state funeral of former Prime Minister Abe scheduled for September 27. I was.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno announces former Prime Minister Abe's ``state funeral'' after security costs
Regarding former Prime Minister Abe's "national funeral", Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno plans to announce after the "national funeral" is over what is not included in the approximately 250 million yen decided expenditure, such as security expenses around the venue. showed.
Nationwide free phone consultation for worries such as loneliness and isolation after summer vacation
In line with the end of the summer vacation, nationwide free telephone consultations have been held since the 30th, where support groups in various places respond to various worries such as loneliness and isolation.
Shohei Ohtani No. 29 home run, the first Japanese player to reach No. 30 for two consecutive years
On the 29th, Shohei Otani of the Major League Angels started the game against the Yankees as No. 3 and designated hitter, and hit the 29th two-run home run of the season, going into the third at-bat in the fifth inning with a tie of 2-2. I was. With this, he became the first Japanese player in the major leagues to reach No. 30 for two consecutive years.
Kyoto Utoro district arson case Defendant sentenced to 4 years in prison Kyoto District Court
Last year, the Kyoto District Court said, ``It was a crime based on prejudice and disgust,'' against the defendant who was accused of setting fire to a building in the Utoro district of Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture, where many Koreans living in Japan live, and a Korean school building in Nagoya City. , is absolutely unacceptable in a democratic society."
Evacuation order lifted for some difficult-to-return zones Anti-crime patrol in Futaba-cho, Fukushima
In Futaba Town, Fukushima Prefecture, where evacuation orders for some difficult-to-return zones have been lifted for the first time in about 11 and a half years, crime prevention patrols were carried out by the police and others so that residents can live with peace of mind.
New and former chiefs of the National Police Agency take over administrative duties following the shooting of former Prime Minister Abe
In response to the shooting death of former Prime Minister Abe, the former Chief of the National Police Agency, Itaru Nakamura, resigned on August 30, and the newly appointed Chief of the National Police Agency, Yasuhiro Tsuyuki, took over the affairs.
One year after U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, UN Security Council meeting on humanitarian situation
In 30 days, it will be a year since the US military withdrew from Afghanistan. The United Nations Security Council held a meeting on the humanitarian situation in the region, and UN officials called on the international community to help, saying that six million people there were at risk of starvation.
Solomon Islands, deepening ties with China, do not allow US patrol ships to call at US officials
A senior White House official said that the Solomon Islands government did not allow the Coast Guard patrol boat to call at the port for resupply, etc., and expressed regret. The Solomon Islands has deepened its relationship with China by signing a security agreement, and the United States is becoming more vigilant.
Protesters storm Iraqi capital, killing dead in clash with security forces
At least 12 people were killed and 85 injured in Iraqi demonstrators who broke into the prime minister's office and clashed with security forces. In Iraq, demonstrations calling for new parliamentary elections have been going on for a month, and the security authorities have issued a curfew to calm down, but sporadic clashes continue to spur chaos. increase.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (movement on the 30th)
Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues. Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues across Ukraine, forcing thousands of civilians to flee the country. We will keep you updated on the developments surrounding the situation in Ukraine on the 30th (Japan time), including the battle situation and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow, Russia)
Unemployment rate in July remained unchanged from June at 2.6%
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the nationwide unemployment rate last month stood at 2.6%, unchanged from June for the second straight month.
Active job openings-to-applicants ratio in July National average: 1.29 times Increased for 7 consecutive months
The active job openings-to-applicants ratio in July was 1.29 on a national average, rising for seven consecutive months. In addition, the active job openings-to-applicants ratio exceeded 1 in all prefectures for the first time in 2 years and 3 months.
China's new aerial refueling plane refuels fighter planes, enabling wider range of operations
In May, the Chinese Air Force revealed that a new aerial refueling aircraft was refueling its own fighter aircraft during a joint patrol with Russia. "Chinese military aircraft will be able to operate longer and more extensively, which could pose a threat not only to Taiwan but also to Japan and the rest of Asia," analysts said.
Ukrainian military reports new offensive in southern part of Russia's defense line
Ukrainian forces have embarked on a new offensive in the southern province of Kherson, partially breaking through Russian defense lines, local media reported all at once. In response, the Russian Ministry of Defense claims that ``the Ukrainian army suffered heavy losses as a result of its defense,'' and it is noteworthy whether this will lead to a full-fledged counteroffensive by Ukraine to recapture its southern territories.
Korean Coast Guard Ship Requests Cancellation of Coast Guard Survey Vessel Investigating in Japan's EEZ
Off the coast of Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan's EEZ = exclusive economic zone, the Japan Coast Guard's survey ship has intermittently been requested to stop the survey by the Korean Coast Guard ship since the afternoon of the 29th. The Agency lodged a protest with South Korea through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
If Zaporizhia nuclear accident, wide area of Europe will be polluted Local officials
Amid a series of attacks on Europe's largest Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, a senior official of the Ukrainian government's radiation monitoring department warned that in the event of a serious accident, ``radioactive materials could reach not only Ukraine but also Russia and Europe. It is possible," he said, showing the view that contamination will spread over a wide area depending on weather conditions.
One year after the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, there are concerns that it is a “hotbed of terrorism” again
In 30 days, it will be a year since the United States pulled out of Afghanistan. The Taliban, an Islamist group that holds real power in the area, is responsible for security, but it has also been pointed out that it is connected to the international terrorist organization Al Qaeda, and there is growing concern that it will become a hotbed of terrorism again.
Huis Ten Bosch to be sold to a Hong Kong investment company expected to be announced on the 30th
The theme park "Huis Ten Bosch" in Nagasaki Prefecture will be sold to a Hong Kong investment company. An official announcement is expected on the 30th.