Kochi Katsurahama University students are unknown after being washed away by waves High waves due to typhoon
Before noon on the 16th, on the coast of Katsurahama in Kochi City, a university student who was visiting for sightseeing was swept away by the waves and went missing. Due to the influence of Typhoon No. 14, a high wave warning was issued in Kochi Prefecture, and Katsurahama also had high waves from the morning.
Russian military force Increased mobilization of prisoners Serious shortage of personnel UK Ministry of Defense
The British Ministry of Defense points out that the shortage of personnel is becoming serious, as the Russian side is actively recruiting Russian prisoners to join the battle in exchange for reduced sentences and money. . On the other hand, in Izyum, an important base in eastern Kharkiv province recaptured by the Ukrainian army, a large number of residents were killed and mass graves where they are believed to have been buried have been confirmed, and the Ukrainian side has strengthened its condemnation.
First meeting of the Consumer Affairs Agency Study Group to discuss “stealth marketing” regulations
The first meeting of the Consumer Affairs Agency was held to consider the so-called "stealth marketing", which advertisers advertise on the Internet while hiding their own advertisements. It was also reported that close to 20% of influential "influencers" on SNS, etc., have conducted stealth marketing, and it was decided to consider legal regulations in the future.
Son left behind on school bus Father testifies why repeat?
“If it had been summer, my son would have died,” said the father whose son was left on the school bus. In Osaka, it turned out that there were many times left behind on the school bus so far. Why is it that there are always people left behind on the kindergarten bus?
Mr. Akagi's wife and others accuse former financial bureau chief Sagawa of 'Moritomo' document falsification
The wife of a male employee of the Kinki Local Finance Bureau who committed suicide after being involved in the falsification of documents by the Ministry of Finance filed an indictment with the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office on suspicion of creating false official documents against three executives at the time, including the former head of the Finance Bureau. submitted. In response to a request for disclosure of information regarding records of negotiations with Moritomo Gakuen, it is suspected that it created a written decision stating that ``possession could not be confirmed'' even though it was aware that the document actually existed. doing.
"Refrain from going out unless it is unnecessary" Urgent explanation by the Japan Meteorological Agency [Details]
"It is a large and very strong typhoon that will cross the Japanese archipelago. It is a very dangerous typhoon," said the top forecaster of the Japan Meteorological Agency at a press briefing held jointly with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Typhoon No. 14, a large and very strong typhoon, moves across the Japanese archipelago across the three consecutive autumn holidays. We will provide you with detailed information on forecasts and warnings.
3000 gems such as diamonds
Queen Elizabeth's coffin, which is enshrined in Westminster Hall in London, has the "British Empire Crown", which symbolizes the British throne, and jewels.
Yakult Murakami Munetaka No. 56 [Breaking news] The first at-bat strikes out
Yakult Munetaka Murakami, who lined up with the record for the most home runs in a season by Japanese players in professional baseball, is playing the game for the first time in three days on the 16th. Vanterin Dome I will give you a quick report on his Sino-Japanese battle in Nagoya. (Banterin Dome Nagoya 18:00) ｜123｜456｜789｜Total HE Ya｜0--｜---｜---｜000 Medium｜0--｜---｜---｜000
KADOKAWA Chairman and former director met twice Did you convey your request for sponsor selection?
Tsuguhiko Kadokawa, chairman of major publisher KADOKAWA, was arrested on suspicion of offering a total of 69 million yen in bribes to a former director of the organizing committee in relation to the sponsorship contract for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. Interviews with people involved revealed that he had met with the former director at least twice, including dinners, before the tie was concluded. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's Special Investigation Department believes that Kadokawa directly conveyed his request regarding the selection of sponsors to the former director, and is investigating the actual situation. According to people involved, Chairman Kadokawa has denied the charges against the investigation.
how to prepare
Typhoon No. 14 was described by the Japan Meteorological Agency as "a very dangerous typhoon." In addition to Okinawa/Amami and western Japan, there is a risk that a wide range of areas including eastern and northern Japan will be affected, mainly during the three-day holiday period. Here is a summary of future prospects and points to note.
Mr. Fujiko Fujio A The manuscript sent to the publisher one week before his death has been released
Mr. Fujiko Fujio A, a representative Japanese cartoonist who worked on numerous popular works such as "Ninja Hattori" and "Kaibutsu-kun", who passed away in April this year, faxed to a publisher about a week before his death. The manuscript of the essay I sent in has been published.
Morinaga Milk Industry and Megmilk Snow Brand also raise the prices of milk and dairy products one after another
The price hikes for milk and dairy products have been decided one after another. Morinaga Milk Industry and Megmilk Snow Brand have also announced that they will raise prices after shipments in November, following the Meiji era, in response to rising production costs of raw milk.
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications BS1 Special Issue “Sorry” NHK written notice
Regarding the problem that there was an error in part of the content of the program broadcast on BS1 Special, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has issued a written warning to NHK that it is truly regrettable that such a problem will not occur in the future.
Over 90,000 people aged 100 and over for the first time Record high for 52 consecutive years
The number of elderly people aged 100 and over nationwide exceeded 90,000 for the first time this year, setting a record high for 52 consecutive years.
Autumn extraordinary Diet Policy to be convened on the 3rd of next month, communicated to the ruling party government
Regarding the autumn extraordinary Diet session, the government decided to convene it on the 3rd of next month and informed the ruling party. It will be the first Diet session since the Cabinet reshuffle, and it is expected that the ruling and opposition parties will debate over economic measures in response to soaring prices and the relationship between the former Unification Church and politicians.
Women's golf US tour 1st round Ayako Uehara tops alone
The first round of the women's golf US tour was held in Oregon on the 15th, and Ayako Uehara took the top spot with 7 under par.
Foreign man died at immigration facility 8 years ago Judgment to order compensation to the country Mito District Court
Eight years ago (2014), a 43-year-old Cameroonian man who was detained in an immigration facility in Ushiku City, Ibaraki Prefecture died. In a trial seeking compensation of 10,000 yen, the Mito District Court issued a judgment ordering the government to compensate 1.65 million yen.
Tokyo Olympics para corruption case Chairman Kadokawa consented to bribes in advance
Tsuguhiko Kadokawa, chairman of KADOKAWA, a major publishing company, was arrested on suspicion of offering a total of 69 million yen in bribes to a former director of the organizing committee in connection with the sponsorship contract for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. According to the person concerned, the person in charge received a report directly from the person in charge separately from the internal approval procedure regarding the payment. The special investigation department of the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office is believed to be investigating the circumstances, assuming that the chairman had agreed in advance to offer bribes. According to those involved, Chairman Kadokawa has denied the charges against the investigation.
Next year's "G7 Hiroshima Summit" ministerial meeting all 14 venues decided
The government has announced new venues for ministerial meetings to be held in various locations in conjunction with next year's G7 Hiroshima Summit. The trade ministers' meeting will be held in Osaka Prefecture, and the health ministers' meeting will be held in Nagasaki.
Did you put bleach in school lunch curry? Teacher arrested Police seized container is almost empty
A 24-year-old teacher at an elementary school in Fujimi City, Saitama Prefecture was arrested for putting bleach in school lunch curry, and it turned out that the bleach container seized by the police was almost empty. The police are investigating the details of how much was put in.
Michael Jordan jersey sells for record $14 million at auction
The uniform used by NBA = American professional basketball superstar Michael Jordan was put up for auction and was sold for approximately 1.44 billion yen in Japanese yen. According to the auction company, it is the highest price ever for sports-related goods.
President Zelensky accuses Russia of mass graves at key recapture bases
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called the recapture of much of the eastern Kharkiv region from Russian forces a "great victory". He also revealed that a mass grave had been found in Izyum, a key stronghold he had recaptured, and accused Russia of "the Russian army being responsible for it."
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress Officially Decided to Attend Queen Elizabeth's State Funeral
It has been officially decided that Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress will visit the United Kingdom to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. Their Majesties will visit foreign countries for the first time since the Emperor's accession to the throne.
Japan-North Korea Pyongyang Declaration Tomorrow 20 years "Abduction issue resolved" North Korea
Before the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Japan-North Korea Pyongyang Declaration on the 17th, North Korea's Foreign Ministry Ambassador Song Il-ho made a statement. After emphasizing the conventional position that "all abduction issues have been resolved," he restrained the Japanese side by saying, "It depends on the attitude of the Japanese government as to the future direction of Japan-North Korea relations." did.
Killing his wife by drinking methanol Arrested husband of pharmaceutical company Ota-ku, Tokyo
In January this year, the Metropolitan Police Department arrested a 40-year-old husband who works for a pharmaceutical company on suspicion of murdering his wife at an apartment in Ota Ward, Tokyo, for killing him, according to an interview with an investigative official. I understand. Her husband is in charge of drug research and development, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details.
Patagonia founder 420 billion yen worth of stock donated to environmental protection groups
The founder of Patagonia, a major US outdoor gear company, has announced that he and his family have donated all of their stock worth $3 billion to environmental conservation groups. Did.
Elementary school teacher arrested for putting chlorine bleach in school lunch curry Saitama
On the 15th of this month, a 24-year-old teacher who worked at an elementary school in Saitama Prefecture was arrested on suspicion of forcible obstruction of business for putting chlorine bleach in a can of school lunch curry. The children did not eat the curry because they noticed a strange smell before eating it, and there was no health hazard.
Analysis of the Chiba Institute of Technology Group's "Pinch" for the "Ig Nobel Prize"
A parody of the Nobel Prize, the winners of the `` Ig Nobel Prize '', which is awarded for unique research, have been announced. A research group from Chiba Institute of Technology, which analyzed the This is the 16th consecutive year that a Japanese has received the award.
Typhoon No. 14 tomorrow Okinawa Amami Approaching southern Kyushu Beware of storms and heavy rain
A large and strong typhoon No. 14 is expected to approach Okinawa/Amami and southern Kyushu from the 16th to the 17th, so we need to be vigilant against storms and heavy rain. There is a risk that a wide area including eastern and northern Japan will be affected, mainly during the three-day holiday period, so please prepare early before the wind and rain intensify.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 16th)
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 developments regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 16th (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)
High-definition 3D digital specimens of organisms such as insects are released online Kyushu University
Kyushu University has released online about 1400 high-definition 3D digital specimens of organisms such as insects and fish. Anyone can freely view it, and the ecology expert who created it said, "I want people to deepen their understanding of the diversity of living things by touching the real life."
Possibility of rail distortion at hundreds of Shinkansen points Request for early seismic reinforcement
Sixteen days have passed since the earthquake that derailed the Tohoku Shinkansen. In this earthquake, it was confirmed that the rails were greatly distorted due to the damage to the viaducts. The government plans to ask JR East and other companies to move forward the anti-earthquake reinforcement work.
Queen Elizabeth mourning line lengthens to 7km, security around temple increased
Around Westminster Abbey in London, where the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth of England, who died on the 8th, was held, barricades were set up around it, car traffic was greatly restricted, and security was strengthened. On the other hand, the line of people who came to pay their respects grew even longer, reaching 7 kilometers as of the afternoon of the 15th.
Tokyo Olympics Para-corruption case voluntarily interviewed former JOC president Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office
In connection with the bribery case related to the sponsorship contract of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office special investigation department was informed by Mr. Tsunekazu Takeda, former chairman of the JOC = Japanese Olympic Committee and vice chairman of the organizing committee, on the 16th. It was newly found in the interview with the person concerned that the situation was voluntarily heard by. The Special Investigation Department is believed to have confirmed how the former director of the Organizing Committee, who was re-arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes, was appointed as a director.