Brazil Presidential Election Run-off Voting Starts Nationwide
On the 30th, in Brazil in South America, the presidential election run-off has begun once every four years. According to the latest poll, right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro is catching up with left-wing former President Lula, who took the top spot in the first round of voting.
Ski Jumping NHK Cup Women's Yuki Ito Wins Men's Ren Nikaido
The NHK Trophy of ski jumping was held in Sapporo, and Yuki Ito won the women's championship for the first time in four competitions, and Ren Nikaido won the men's championship for the first time.
Fukushima gubernatorial election Incumbent Masao Uchibori wins for the third time
In the Fukushima gubernatorial election, which was a battle between an incumbent and a newcomer, Masao Uchibori (58), who is an independent and incumbent, has been elected for the third time.
Discharge of treated water from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura and fishermen exchange opinions
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura visited Fukushima Prefecture on the 30th to exchange opinions with local fishermen regarding the release of treated water containing radioactive substances accumulated at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, and to take countermeasures against harmful rumors. I showed the idea of tackling firmly.
Russia “Providing agricultural products free of charge to poor countries” Is it a speculation that shakes
Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine, has unilaterally announced that it will indefinitely suspend the implementation of the agreement on exports of Ukrainian agricultural products. In addition, it seems that there is also a speculation to shake up, claiming that agricultural products exported are mainly for Europe, and that Russia will provide agricultural products free of charge to poor countries instead.
'Gyoza no Osho' President shot dead Suspect admitted to detention, full-scale investigation
Nine years ago, the president of the company that develops `` Gyoza no Ohsho '' was shot and killed in front of the headquarters in Kyoto City, and the Kudo-kai affiliated gang leader was arrested on suspicion of murder, etc. From the 30th. He was sentenced to 10 days of detention. Police are now conducting a full-fledged investigation into the background.
Women's golf domestic tour Kumiko Kaneda wins for the first time in 11 years 2nd tour win
The final round of the women's golf domestic tour tournament was held in Saitama Prefecture, and 33-year-old Kumiko Kaneda, who came out as the leader, escaped with a total of 9 under and won the tour for the first time in 11 years.
Equinox wins the Autumn Emperor's Award
The G1 Autumn Emperor's Prize of horse racing was held at the Tokyo Racecourse, and the most popular 3-year-old horse, Equinox, won the championship. The Equinox is his first G1 race win.
Security measures strengthened before Halloween in Shibuya Thorough measures against Korean accident Metropolitan Police Department
Following the accident in which a large number of people collapsed and died in the downtown area of Seoul, South Korea, the Metropolitan Police Department has strengthened its vigilance this weekend before Halloween on the 31st. We are thoroughly implementing measures to prevent falls, such as calling on people not to stop on the road for this reason.
Soccer Kazu, 55 years and 246 days old, scores a goal, greatly breaking the JFL's oldest scorer record
55-year-old Kazu Tomoyoshi Miura, who plays for JFL's Suzuka Point Getters, participated in a match against FC Tiamo Hirakata in Osaka on the 30th and scored a goal with a penalty kick, making him the oldest member of the JFL. The score record has been significantly updated.
All Japan Collegiate Women's Ekiden Meijo University Wins 6th Consecutive First-ever Tournament Sendai
The All Japan University Women's Ekiden was held in Sendai City, and Meijo University won the event for the first time in history six times in a row with a time of 2 hours, 3 minutes and 11 seconds.
Toyama Takaoka votes at polling stations for the Brazilian presidential election using electronic voting terminals
A polling place for Brazilians living in Japan was set up in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture on the 30th, in conjunction with the presidential election run-off held once every four years in Brazil in South America.
I was attacked by a bear and was seriously injured. I heard a sound from the persimmon tree in the garden. Fukuchiyama, Kyoto
On the morning of the 30th, a man in his 70s was attacked by a bear and seriously injured in Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture. The city is calling attention to the fact that the bear escaped as it was.
About 7,000 people cycling on the Shimanami Kaido Enjoy the scenery of the Seto Inland Sea
The largest cycling event in Japan, "Cycling Shimanami," was held for the first time in four years, and approximately 7,000 people from Japan and abroad enjoy cycling on the "Shimanami Kaido," which connects the islands of the Seto Inland Sea.
Figure GP Series Round 2 Shoma Uno and other Japanese teams win 3 events
The second round of the figure skating Grand Prix series, the Canada Tournament, was held on the final day of the competition on the 29th, and Rinka Watanabe won the first victory in the women's singles in her first appearance, and Shoma Uno won the men's singles. Also, as a pair, Riku Miura and Ryuichi Kihara won the Grand Prix series for the first time as a pair of Japanese players.
Japan-Korea parliamentary federation to hold a joint general meeting with the Korean parliamentary federation for the first time in three years
The Japan-Korea parliamentary group, which is made up of bipartisan parliamentarians, plans to visit Seoul this week to hold a joint general meeting with the South Korean parliamentary group for the first time in three years, and will also coordinate a meeting with President Yoon Sung-yeol. I would like to create an environment for improving relations between the two countries.
NBA Nets Yuta Watanabe Played for 12 minutes and scored 5 points
NBA = American professional basketball, Yuta Watanabe of the Nets participated in the match against the Pacers and scored five goals in just over 12 minutes of play, but the team lost and lost four in a row.
Halloween event for the first time in 3 years around Kichijoji Station Tokyo Musashino
In Musashino City, Tokyo, before Halloween, an event was held for the first time in three years, in which children dressed up in cute costumes went around local stores.
'Gyoza no Osho' president shot dead Hide distribution cover on motorcycle in Kyushu
Nine years ago, the president of the company that operates ``Gyoza no Ohsho'' was shot and killed in front of the head office in Kyoto City. Interviews with investigators revealed that the motorcycle had been covered and hidden after the incident.
4 buildings burned down in a house fire, 1 person died, 3 people could not be contacted Kanagawa Atsugi
On the morning of the 30th, a fire broke out in a house in Atsugi City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and one person was found dead from the burnt ruins. According to the police, after the fire, police and fire departments are rushing to confirm that they have not been able to contact three people in their 20s to 70s who live in this house.
President Zelensky accuses Russia of halting agricultural export deal
Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine, has unilaterally announced that it will indefinitely suspend the implementation of the agreement on exports of Ukrainian agricultural products. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of deliberately exacerbating the food crisis.
[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)
US President Biden Midterm Election Early Voting Call for Vote
President Biden of the United States will hold early voting for the upcoming midterm elections on the 8th of next month, and in the midst of a close battle between the ruling Democratic Party and the Republican Party in the Senate, he will call on the people to vote, and during the rest of the election period, the United States will vote. I emphasized the idea of going around and appealing for support again.
Figure GP Series Round 2 Rinka Watanabe wins for the first time, Rika Kihira finishes 5th
Rinka Watanabe, who participated in the Grand Prix series for the first time, won the women's singles at the Canadian tournament, the second round of the figure skating Grand Prix series.
Seoul fall accident 149 dead 76 injured Crowded before Halloween
Late at night on the 29th in Itaewon, a downtown area in Seoul, South Korea, a large number of people collapsed, killing 149 people and injuring 76 people. At that time, a large number of young people who had gathered before Halloween were gathered in a narrow alley, and the police are investigating the situation at the scene.
Russia suspends Ukrainian agricultural export deal indefinitely
Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine, has unilaterally announced that it will indefinitely suspend the implementation of the agreement on exports of Ukrainian agricultural products. Exports are likely to stagnate again as concerns about the global food crisis continue.
Today's Round 7 of the Japan Series Orix wins Japan's No. 1 for the first time in 26 years
The 7th game of the Japan Series of professional baseball will be held on the 30th. Attention will be focused on whether Orix, who has won three consecutive wins, will decide Japan's number one for the first time in 26 years, or whether Yakult will win and restore the match record to five minutes again.
Brazilian presidential election run-off vote: incumbent expected to catch up to former president
In Brazil in South America, the presidential election run-off election will be held once every four years on the 30th. According to the latest poll, right-wing President Bolsonaro is catching up with left-wing former President Lula, who took the top spot in the first round of voting.
Investigate the relationship between the inappropriate transaction and the shooting death of the president of "Gyoza no Osho"
Nine years ago, in a case in which a Kudo-kai affiliated gangster was arrested for shooting and killing the president of a company that operates ``Gyoza no Osho'', the police said that the company's third-party committee pointed out a specific case. We are conducting a careful investigation, including voluntarily interviewing the then-manager of the corporate group to see if there was any connection between the inappropriate dealings with the corporate group and the incident.
Microplastics in the sea may increase in 20-year cycle Seafloor survey of Beppu Bay
A research team from Ehime University and others investigated the seafloor of Beppu Bay in Oita Prefecture and found that microplastics, which are feared to have an impact on the marine ecosystem, have been increasing every 20 years since around 1960. It is said that it will be a clue to clarify the actual situation of marine pollution.
Accelerating yen depreciation and nobody could have imagined [Economic column]
On the 20th of this month, the yen exchange rate fell to the 150 yen level against the US dollar, marking the lowest level of yen depreciation in 32 years. At the end of last year, economists and others predicted that the yen would trade between 118 and 122 yen to the dollar this year. Few people, even among experts, expected the yen to depreciate so quickly. In this column, we will once again look back at why the unexpected depreciation of the yen occurred. When I interviewed 15 people involved in the market, various unexpected things came to light. (Economics Department reporter Kei Nakazawa)