Iran grants drones to Russia for first time
The Iranian government, which has consistently denied allegations that Iran is supplying drones to Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine, has provided them several months before the invasion begins. It was the first time to admit the provision of an unmanned aircraft.
One week after the accident that killed 156 people in downtown Seoul, South Korea, a memorial gathering in the city
Five days have passed since the accident in Itaewon, Seoul, South Korea, in which 156 people, including two Japanese, died. Even now, there is no end to the number of people near the site of the disaster who offer flowers in memory of the deceased.
Ukrainian Russian military ``suggestion of withdrawal'' ascertained, thinking of advancing troops to recapture
While the Russian military units are showing signs of withdrawal from Kherson, an important town in southern Ukraine that the Russians have occupied, the Ukrainian side has indicated that it intends to move its units toward recapture while carefully assessing such movements. It looks like it will get harder. President Zelensky has repeatedly shown his willingness to recapture, saying, 'We will regain all borders in the east and the south.'
"Silent Bon Odori" Yamaguchi to folk songs played from headphones
A unique event, "Silent Bon Odori," was held at a vacant house in Yamaguchi City, where people could quietly enjoy Bon Odori to folk songs played through headphones.
University students voluntarily learn correct knowledge about sex and awareness of human rights
There is a series of movements in which university students are voluntarily learning and enlightening, hoping to acquire correct knowledge about sex and awareness of human rights. On the 5th, at the school festival of a university in Saitama Prefecture, students distributed a booklet on sexuality that they had created themselves, and exchanged opinions at a workshop.
A car falls under a cliff from the parking lot of "Joren Falls" Two people transported Shizuoka Izu
On the afternoon of the 5th, a car fell under a cliff from the parking lot of the tourist attraction "Joren Falls" in Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, and two men and women who were riding were transported to the hospital. The details of the two men are unknown, and police are investigating the situation at the time.
The Japan National Baseball Team wins the warm-up game, Kuriyama wins the first game with three home runs
The Japan national baseball team will play against Nippon-Ham in a warm-up game for the WBC (World Baseball Classic) to be held in March next year. We won 5-4.
“North Korea launched 4 ballistic missiles towards the Yellow Sea this morning” South Korean Army
The South Korean military announced that a B1 bomber, which North Korea is wary of, participated in a large-scale joint exercise between the US and South Korean Air Forces until the 5th. On the other hand, North Korea launched four short-range ballistic missiles toward the Yellow Sea on the west side of the Korean Peninsula on the morning of the 5th, and both the US and South Korean forces are increasing their vigilance against further provocations from North Korea.
Tokyo Suginami Ward staff arrested Leakage of personal information viewed on the Resident Registration Network
Two people, including an employee of Suginami Ward, Tokyo, were arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department for leaking personal information viewed on the Basic Resident Register network to the outside.
Princess Aiko and Princess Kako appreciate Gagaku concert held for the first time in three years at the Imperial Palace
Princess Aiko, the eldest daughter of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress, and Princess Kako, the second daughter of Prince Akishino and his wife, attended a Gagaku concert held at the Imperial Palace for the first time in three years. This is Princess Aiko's first activity since she became an adult member of the royal family, and according to her aides, she was able to take traditional Japanese arts as an elective class at university, and she herself wanted to participate.
A 2-year-old boy collapses on the premises of a housing complex Falling from the 4th floor Osaka Toyonaka
On the morning of the 5th, a 2-year-old boy was found bleeding and collapsing on the premises of a housing complex in Toyonaka City, Osaka, and is being treated at a hospital. The details of his condition are unknown, and police are investigating the possibility that he may have fallen from a room on the 4th floor based on the situation at the scene.
Twitter Mask CEO "half of the world's employees dismissed" de facto admit
Elon Musk, CEO of social media giant Twitter, has effectively admitted to laying off half of his global workforce. In order to rebuild management, we plan to promote cost reductions such as personnel expenses.
[Soon] Soccer J1 today's championship decision Yokohama FM or Kawasaki?
Soccer J1 will enter its final round on the 5th, with leaders Yokohama F. Marinos and second-placed Kawasaki Frontale going to an away match to challenge for the championship. If F. Marinos wins, the championship will be decided unconditionally, and victory is the minimum condition for Frontale to come from behind and win. 14:00 match start ▽ Vissel Kobe x Yokohama F. Marinos @ Noevir Stadium Kobe ▽ FC Tokyo x Kawasaki Frontale @ Ajinomoto Stadium We will tell you the latest information on the two games.
Training facility for Shinkansen crew members First open to the public Saitama
JR East's training facility "Shinkansen Education and Training Center" in Saitama City was opened to the public for the first time, and children experienced the work of drivers and conductors in training vehicles.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on November 5)
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 in the situation in Ukraine on the 5th (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)
The earthquake at 7:03 pm on the 3rd The maximum seismic intensity is 2 The data is confused with the earthquake immediately after
Regarding the earthquake centered in the northwestern part of Chiba Prefecture that occurred on the 3rd, the Japan Meteorological Agency announced that it had observed shaking with a seismic intensity of 3 in Tokyo and Chiba Prefecture, but as a result of detailed analysis, it occurred in almost the same place immediately after. The information was updated to say that the maximum correct seismic intensity was 2, as the system was confusing the earthquake data.
November is Karoshi Prevention Month Long working hours Nationwide free phone consultation
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare is offering free telephone consultations nationwide to address the concerns of working people, such as long working hours and non-payment of wages.
Government training assuming nuclear power plant cooling function shutdown Prime Minister and others confirm response
At the Mihama Nuclear Power Station in Fukui Prefecture, the government conducted a comprehensive nuclear emergency response drill assuming that the cooling function of the reactor had stopped working. confirmed.
Russia hints at withdrawing troops U.S. provides additional military assistance to Ukraine
The Ukrainian army continues to reverse offensive in various places, and among them, the Russian side is suggesting the withdrawal of troops from the key Kherson in southern Ukraine. Under these circumstances, a senior US government official announced that it would provide approximately $400 million in additional military aid to Ukraine, and the offense and defense is expected to intensify in the southern part of the country.
US midterm elections early voting expected to be higher than last time in most states
The midterm elections in the United States are due on the 8th of this month. Early voting is being held in each state, and according to multiple media outlets in the United States, in most states, the number of people voting early is expected to increase compared to the last midterm election four years ago. It will be interesting to see if the rate increases.
Former President Trump considers candidacy announcement on 14th of this month US media reports
Multiple US media reported that former President Trump is considering announcing his candidacy on the 14th of this month for the 2024 presidential election, citing people involved.
Major League Players Association Judge Otani as player of the year for the second straight year
A Yankees judge has been named this season's player of the year by the Major League Baseball Players Association. This award selects the most active player in both leagues this season by voting by the players, and this year the judge who hit 62 home runs and broke the American League home run record for the first time in 61 years was selected. Angels Shohei Ohtani did not win the award for the second year in a row.
German Chancellor, Chinese President Meet, Agree Against Use of Nuclear Weapons With Russia in Mind
German Chancellor Scholz, who visited China, met with President Xi Jinping and agreed to oppose the use of nuclear weapons in view of Russia's continued military aggression against Ukraine. Amid criticism over the visit, Prime Minister Scholz emphasized the success of the visit, saying it had elicited opposition from China to the use of nuclear weapons, which is a concern for the West.
Liberal Democrats Relief for victims of the former Unification Church Hurry up to adjust with the aim of enacting a new law in the current Diet
Regarding relief for victims of the former Unification Church, the Liberal Democratic Party aims to enact a new law in the current Diet session to prevent malicious donations. We are rushing to coordinate with the government and Komeito regarding the content.
World Artistic Gymnastics Men's Individual All-Around Daiki Hashimoto wins gold, Wataru Tanigawa wins bronze
The men's individual all-around final was held on the 4th at the World Gymnastics Championships held in England, and Daiki Hashimoto won the first gold medal at the world championships. In addition, Ko Tanigawa won the bronze medal, which was the first medal in this event at the World Championships.
Looking ahead to the 2024 US presidential election
Will former President Trump run for president in the next two years? The mid-term elections approaching on the 8th of this month are truly a battle that looks ahead to the next presidential election. In contrast to Mr. Trump, who rushes to support candidates and impresses his presence, there are people other than Mr. Trump who are gaining popularity in the Republican Party. We will explain in detail from the site, looking ahead to the next two years.
Kherson, a strategic point in southern Ukraine, moves suggesting the withdrawal of Russian troops
The Russian side is making moves suggesting the withdrawal of troops from Kherson, a strategic point in southern Ukraine that has been occupied by Russian forces. On the other hand, the Ukrainian side has indicated that it intends to proceed with the troops after carefully assessing the movements of the Russian army, and the offense and defense over Kherson is expected to intensify.
"Emotet" observed for the first time in about 3 months in Japan Beware of emails pretending to be acquaintances
In recent years, the computer virus "Emotet", which has been raging all over the world, has resumed its activities in Japan this month after a period of hiatus since mid-July. is calling