Zaporizhia nuclear power plant loses external power supply due to shelling fire Maintains cooling function
The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, which is controlled by the Russian military, lost off-site power on the 5th due to a fire caused by artillery fire. Although the function to cool the nuclear reactor is maintained, safety concerns continue even after the IAEA = International Atomic Energy Agency has entered the field.
Truss becomes UK's new prime minister, third female prime minister
Truss, who was elected as the new leader of the ruling Conservative Party in the United Kingdom, was inaugurated as prime minister on the 6th. She will be the third female prime minister.
``Three-fold roll'' patent infringed, paper maker faces litigation
Sales of toilet paper, which is longer per roll than conventional products such as 3-fold rolls and can reduce the number of replacements, are growing. A lawsuit was filed between paper manufacturers, alleging that their patents had been infringed on the technology used to manufacture these products.
Government Final adjustment to pay 50,000 yen to households exempted from residence tax Due to soaring food prices
As energy and food prices continue to soar, the government has entered the final stages of making adjustments to provide 50,000 yen per household to households exempt from inhabitant tax in order to support those in need. .
Shogi "Ouisen" Sota Fujii wins five crowns Maintains "five crowns" by defending the title
One of the eight major shogi titles, the 5th round of the "Ouisen" was held in Shizuoka Prefecture, and Sota Fujii (20) won the five crowns and won the "Ouisen", making his third title defense this year. I did it.
A girl who died on a school bus Cause of death was heatstroke "Did not check enough when getting off"
On the 5th, at a certified children's center in Makinohara City, Shizuoka Prefecture, the cause of death of a 3-year-old girl who died after being left behind in a school bus for about 5 hours was confirmed as heat stroke. The director of the children's center, who was driving the bus, told the police that "the children did not fully check the inside of the car when they got off the bus."
Hacker group supporting Russia cyber attack on Japanese government website
It is assumed that a cyberattack was carried out on the SNS of the hacker group "Killnet", which supports Russia, against the administrative information portal site called "e-Gov" operated by the Japanese government after 4:30 pm Japan time. There was a post. When NHK tried to connect to this portal site, it was in an unstable state, such as temporary disconnection on some sites. The Cabinet Cyber Security Center is also aware of this situation and is investigating the relationship, considering the possibility of a claim of responsibility.
Leaders of the Liberal Democratic Party Relations with the former Unification Church Discussing how to publicize the names of lawmakers
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) members of the Diet were asked to report on the relationship with the former Unification Church. Prime Minister Kishida, Secretary-General Motegi and other LDP executives held talks and announced the names of the members who had relationships. and so on.
[Video] "Banana eel" captured by elementary school students and displayed at aquarium Mie Ise
Japanese eels with banana-like patterns caught by elementary school students in an irrigation canal in Tsu City are on display at an aquarium in Ise City, Mie Prefecture, and are gaining popularity.
In fact, a measure order to ``100% melon taste'' giraffe with 2% fruit juice
When selling mixed juice, even though only 2% melon juice was used, labeling as if the majority of the raw material was melon juice was a violation of the Premiums and Misleading Representations Act. , The Consumer Affairs Agency issued an order to the seller "Kirin Beverage" to take measures to prevent recurrence.
Two people arrested for fraudulently ordering 50 bottles of fine wine using someone else's credit card
Two people were arrested for ordering 50 bottles of fine wine worth approximately 3.5 million yen on an Internet delivery site using someone else's credit card information and illegally receiving them. The Metropolitan Police Department believes that the wine was sold at a purchase store and cashed, and is investigating the details. One of the two denies the charges and the other remains silent.
Prime Minister apologizes at training session for “relationship with the former Unification Church caused doubts in the people”
Regarding the relationship with the former Unification Church, Prime Minister Kishida apologized for causing suspicion among the people at a training session of the LDP Kishida faction, which he serves as chairman, and emphasized his intention to work on restoring trust.
China Sichuan earthquake 65 dead, more than 200 injured Military units and firefighters dispatched
An earthquake that hit China's inland province of Sichuan on Saturday killed 65 people and injured more than 200. The Chinese government is rushing to rescue the victims by dispatching military units.
Prime Minister Kishida: Fukushima's unfinished decontamination areas "steadily working toward repatriation"
Prime Minister Kishida will carefully and steadily promote the return of residents in areas where decontamination work has not been carried out among the "difficult-to-return zones" caused by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, while taking into consideration the opinions of local governments. emphasized thoughts.
Government Flood Aid for Pakistan $7 Million Emergency Grant Aid
The government has decided to provide a $7 million Emergency Grant Aid to help Pakistan, where about 1,200 people have died so far in floods caused by heavy rains.
Rakuten mobile communication failure "serious accident" Emergency call cannot be made Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
Regarding Rakuten Mobile's communication failure that occurred on the 4th, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has clarified its policy to take appropriate measures based on detailed reports from the company, saying that it corresponds to a serious accident under the Telecommunications Business Act.
Two KADOKAWA executives arrested on suspicion of bribery to former Olympic organizing committee director Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office
In a bribery case related to the sponsorship contract for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, two executives of major publishing company KADOKAWA, which was the sponsor of the games, offered a bribe of about 70 million yen to former director Haruyuki Takahashi (78) of the organizing committee. was newly arrested on suspicion of bribery by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office. In addition, former director Takahashi and the company representative of the former director's acquaintance were arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office has just started searching the KADOKAWA head office.
Shohei Otani No. 32 Solo HR 2nd in 1 match HR king fight league 2nd place alone
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started the game against the Tigers on the 5th as No. 3 and designated hitter. In the 4th turn at bat, 7 times after lining up, he hit No. 32 solo home run, which was the second one in the game, and ranked 2nd in the league alone.
Multiple accidents such as wagon cars 1 person died 1 person seriously injured Tokyo Edogawa Ward
On the morning of the 6th, in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, there was an accident in which a wagon car collided with two passenger cars running in front and a bicycle one after another, and a man riding a bicycle died, and the man who was driving the wagon car was conscious. It has an unknown weight.
Shohei Ohtani No. 31 Touran HR Participated in the Tigers game as the 3rd designated hitter
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started the game against the Tigers on the 5th as No. 3 and designated hitter, and hit the 31st two-run home run of the season in his second at-bat three times.
Company representative of former Dentsu employee accused of tax evasion of about 69 million yen including corporate tax
A former employee of Dentsu, a major advertising agency, has been accused by the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau of evading approximately 69 million yen in corporate tax and other taxes.
Unusual special defense inspector in fact-finding investigation of harassment within the Self-Defense Forces
In response to a former member of the Self-Defense Forces claiming that she was the victim of sexual harassment, the Ministry of Defense decided to conduct a special defense inspection to investigate the actual situation of harassment within the Self-Defense Forces. It is extremely unusual for a special defense inspection to be carried out since the issue of the daily report on the South Sudan peacekeeping operation five years ago.
[Video] Typhoon No. 11 floods roads due to storm surge Shimane Okinoshima Town
According to Okinoshima Town, Shimane Prefecture, the typhoon has caused damage to subfloors in several buildings in the Minatomachi, Nishimachi, and Nishida districts.
Ex-Prime Minister Abe's "state funeral" cost total of about 1.66 billion yen announced government
Regarding the estimate of the total cost of the state funeral of former Prime Minister Abe, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said that in addition to the approximately 250 million yen that he had decided to spend from the reserve fund of this fiscal year's budget, security expenses and reception of foreign dignitaries. Adding over 1.4 billion yen in benefits, etc., the total amount will be about 1.66 billion yen.
Girl dies on school bus Police search for children's center on suspicion of professional negligence resulting in death
After a 3-year-old girl died after being left in a school bus at Kawasaki Kindergarten in Makinohara City, Shizuoka Prefecture on the 5th, the police searched the child center on suspicion of professional negligence resulting in death. It has entered. We believe that safety management such as checking the number of people when getting off the bus was insufficient, and we are investigating in detail.
28 Canadian residents stabbed, wounded 1 body found among escaped suspects
One of the two suspects who had fled the scene of a series of knife stabbings in central Canada that killed 10 people, police said. I'm searching for your whereabouts.
Fukushima Iwaki Reported ``Explosion at factory'' 1 person transported No life-threatening condition
According to the Iwaki City Fire Department in Fukushima Prefecture, around 6:50 am, there was a report that there was an explosion at the Iwaki Daio Paper factory in Minamidai, Iwaki City. It is believed that the boiler exploded and the fire was extinguished after about 30 minutes. One person was taken to the hospital and is conscious and in non-life-threatening condition. The scene is in a mountainous area about 5 km northwest of Ueda Station on the JR Joban Line in southern Iwaki City, and police and fire departments are investigating the details.
Typhoon No. 11 Northern Kyushu is in the storm area Closest to Kyushu Strict vigilance
A large and strong Typhoon No. 11 is moving north through the Tsushima Strait while engulfing the northern part of Kyushu. In the northern part of Kyushu and Yamaguchi Prefecture, in the next few hours, there will be strong winds, and there is also a risk of a "linear rain belt". Please stay vigilant against storms, high waves, storm surges, landslides and flooding caused by heavy rain, and continue to stay in safe places.
Typhoon No. 11 [updated from time to time] Damage and impact on transportation
With the approach of the large and strong typhoon No. 11, some people have been injured by falling due to strong winds. Transportation is also affected. We will update you on the damage caused by Typhoon No. 11 and the impact on transportation as needed.
Russian government unilaterally announces “abandoning agreements such as visa-free exchanges”
The Russian government has unilaterally announced that it has scrapped agreements with Japan such as the so-called "visa-free exchanges" by former islanders of the Northern Territories. It is a form of rebellion against the Japanese government's imposition of sanctions following the military invasion of Ukraine.
Nagasaki Tsushima Sago River at flood danger level
According to Nagasaki Prefecture, at 6:10 am on the 6th at the Sago River Observatory on the Sago River in Tsushima City, the flood danger water level was exceeded.
UK Truss to become new prime minister Focus on urgent economic measures
British ruling party Conservative Party leader election, Foreign Minister Truss will take over as Prime Minister Johnson on the 6th. The focus is on whether the public's anxiety and dissatisfaction can be resolved as workers' strikes spread due to record inflation.
Typhoon No. 11 landed in southeastern South Korea South Korean government calls for maximum caution
Typhoon No. 11 landed in the southeastern part of South Korea on the 6th, and the South Korean government issued a typhoon warning to a wide area centered on the south and called for maximum vigilance.
3-year-old girl dies on school bus
On the 5th, a 3-year-old girl was found lying down in the car of a kindergarten bus at a certified children's center in Makinohara City, Shizuoka Prefecture, and was confirmed dead at the hospital to which she was transported. On the 5th, the 73-year-old chairman was driving the bus because the usual bus driver suddenly took a break, so the police left the girl in the car for about 5 hours from the time she went to school in the morning. We are investigating the situation at that time in detail.
Toyama 2-year-old boy's body confirmed Possibility of falling into irrigation canal etc.
Police confirmed that a 2-year-old boy from Takaoka City, who had been missing, was found on the 4th off the coast of Himi City in western Toyama Prefecture. I am looking into it as a possibility.