Ishikawa prefecture Noto region earthquake with seismic intensity 4 No worries about tsunami
At around 10:28 pm on the 14th, there was an earthquake with a seismic intensity of 4 in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture. There is no tsunami from this earthquake.
[Feature] Midori Tanaka's World Cup participation "leader" anguish
The soccer World Cup Qatar tournament is about to begin. Over the past year, Aoi Tanaka has become an integral part of Japan's midfield. When she closely covered Japan's World Cup participation "leader", she was struggling against a wall and was aiming for a big stage. (Yoshihiro Takeda, sports news department reporter)
Three major financial companies Unrealized losses on foreign bonds increased to over 3.9 trillion yen from the end of June
It was found that the unrealized loss of foreign bonds held by three major financial groups increased to more than 3.9 trillion yen as of the end of September this year. This was because interest rates rose and bond prices fell in Europe and the United States, and unrealized losses expanded significantly from the end of June.
Eastern Donetsk Oblast The arrival of Russian troops withdrawing from Kherson may intensify the fighting in the future
The Ukrainian army is proceeding with the recapture of Kherson, the capital of the province, a strategic base in the south, and intends to build momentum toward the recapture of the controlled areas in the east as well. On the other hand, there is a view that the Russian army will put the troops withdrawn from Kherson into the eastern Donetsk province, and it is expected that the fighting between both sides will intensify in the eastern part.
Who is the North Korean hacker "Lazarus" named by the Japanese government?
North Korea launching missiles every day. Where does the cost come from while being subjected to severe economic sanctions from various countries? Cyberattacks are one of North Korea's means of earning foreign currency. It is said that a hacker group called "Lazarus" continues to steal crypto assets around the world, including Japan. Who the hell are they? Get to the bottom of it. (Cyber reporting team)
NHK public opinion poll for each party's approval rating
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A 2-year-old child left behind in a car died of heat stroke Osaka Kishiwada
In Kishiwada City, Osaka, the police investigated in detail the cause of death of a 2-year-old girl who was left behind in her father's car, thinking that she had left it at a nursery school, and found that it was a heat stroke. In response to the death of the girl, Kishiwada City responded to the interview on the 14th and revealed that the nursery school had not contacted the parents of the girl who did not attend.
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov “Transferred to hospital” Russia denies at G20 Bali
Regarding Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov, who is visiting Bali, Indonesia to attend the G20 = 20 major countries' summit, the Associated Press reported that Foreign Minister Lavrov had health problems and was forced to leave the country due to health problems. I was told that he was taken to the hospital. On the other hand, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Zakharova, who is accompanying Foreign Minister Lavrov, denied that it was "fake news" on SNS, and then filmed Foreign Minister Lavrov spreading documents in a relaxed T-shirt. I posted a video of it.
Kishida Cabinet "Support" 33%, lowest since Cabinet inauguration "Disagree" 46%
According to an NHK poll, 33% of people said they supported the Kishida Cabinet, down 5 points from last month's survey, while 46 people said they did not support it, up 3 points. %was. The percentage of those who answered "support" was the lowest since the Cabinet was launched last year.
Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Terada ``I have not done any tax evasion'' denial of resignation
In the Diet, questions were asked to Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Terada, who has been pointed out one after another about problems related to political funds. Minister Terada was pointed out by the opposition party that he did not declare the labor costs of local staff members as tax evasion. Did.
Farewell party for actor Kazuyuki Furuya Many people miss farewell Tokyo
A farewell party was held in Tokyo on the 14th for actor Kazuyuki Furuya, who died in August this year after playing an active role in many TV dramas and stage performances with his humanistic acting, and many people said goodbye. I regretted it.
Ivory-free biomass materials for koto claws
A new koto claw has been developed that does not use ivory, whose international trade is basically prohibited by the Washington Convention. It is made of biomass material derived from plants and achieves a sound resembling that of ivory.
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The first face-to-face summit meeting between President Biden of the United States and President Xi Jinping of China will be held in Indonesia from 6:30 pm on the 14th of Japan time. The focus is on whether the leaders of the two countries, who have various conflicts, can confirm what they value each other and lead to a breakthrough in the current situation where dialogue is stalled. We will keep you updated on the progress of the meeting.
Communist Secretary General Koike issued a warning for power harassment
The Japanese Communist Party issued a warning to Koike, who severely reprimanded Policy Committee Chairman Tamura at a party meeting as power harassment.
Earthquake with seismic intensity 4 in Fukushima Ibaraki No worries about tsunami
There was an earthquake at around 5:09 pm on the 14th. There is no tsunami from this earthquake. Currently, the areas where seismic intensity 4 or more is observed are as follows. ▼Seismic intensity 4 hit Hamadori, Fukushima Prefecture, and southern Ibaraki Prefecture. The epicenter was off the southeast coast of Mie Prefecture, with a depth of 350 kilometers and a magnitude of 6.1, which indicates the scale of the earthquake. Stay tuned for future information.
Heart transplant costs for children overseas soaring due to yen depreciation Parents seek donations
Supporters and parents have launched a fundraiser to raise money for a one-year-old girl with severe heart failure who needs a heart transplant in the United States. She said that she needed more than 500 million yen because of the depreciation of the yen.
Liberal Democratic Party Member of the House of Representatives Yoichi Fukasawa Signs Letter of Confirmation of Endorsement by Former Unification Church-affiliated Group
Yoichi Fukasawa, a member of the House of Representatives of the Liberal Democratic Party, revealed that he had signed a "recommendation confirmation letter" of an affiliated group of the former Unification Church during the House of Representatives election last year.
Government “Japan-China summit meeting will be held in Thailand on the 17th of this week” Face-to-face meeting for the first time in about 3 years
The government announced that Prime Minister Kishida and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a summit meeting in Thailand, where the APEC = Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference will be held on the 17th of this week. This will be the first face-to-face Japan-China summit meeting in about three years.
Tissue paper, etc. Raise prices again Three major companies from January to February next year
Three major paper manufacturers have announced one after another that they will raise the prices of household paper products from January to February next year.
Cases in which “special admission” to special nursing homes for the elderly is not possible Proper operation publicity
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has stated that there are cases in which people who meet the requirements cannot be admitted to special elderly nursing homes even if they meet the requirements. We decided on a policy to publicize the operation.
Triple Crown King Munetaka Murakami Holds Interview “No.
Yakult's Munetaka Murakami, who hit 56 home runs in a season, the most by a Japanese player, and won the first triple crown in Reiwa, held a press conference in Tokyo, reached No. 55, and then hit 60 home runs at bat. Regarding how he felt when he wasn't there, he said, "Even though I was suffering, I continued to struggle, and I knew I wasn't feeling well, so I had a fear of going to bat. As a result of overcoming that, I think No. 56 is the final reward." I revealed the inside of my chest.
Tohoku's oldest coaster retires Sendai
The oldest roller coaster in Tohoku in Sendai City will be retired in 14 days, and it will run through the last day with memories that transcend generations.
Tokyo High Court and District Court Buildings Entering the Government Building Explosion Notice Impact of Trial Cancellation
Tokyo There was a threat of bombing at the government building containing the Tokyo High Court and District Court in Kasumigaseki, and the Tokyo High Court evacuated the general public in the government building and canceled all the trials scheduled from 1:00 to 2:30 pm. It has the effect of being cancelled.
Wanted for killing wife and daughter Investigator dispatched to Brazil where husband is hiding Osaka Prefectural Police
Osaka Prefectural Police will dispatch investigators to Brazil this week, where the husband is believed to be hiding, in a case in which a Brazilian husband has been wanted for murdering his wife and three-year-old daughter in an apartment complex in Sakai City, Osaka. It's decided. We will explain to the local investigative authorities the status of the investigation so far, and in the future we will ask for their cooperation with a view to requesting "proxy punishment".
FTX Trading Japan Corporation “Customer assets managed in accordance with laws and regulations”
Due to the bankruptcy of FTX Trading, a major crypto asset exchange business that operates globally, the company's Japanese subsidiary, FTX Japan, said on the 14th that assets entrusted to it by customers are being managed in accordance with laws and regulations. After that, he announced the management status of crypto assets and legal currency.
Istanbul explosion Suspect detained and announced Turkish government
A Kurdish militant group member has been detained by the Turkish government over the explosion that killed 87 people in central Istanbul.
US-China summit to be held face-to-face for the first time tonight at 6:30 Japan time
The first face-to-face summit meeting between President Biden of the United States and President Xi Jinping of China will be held in Indonesia from 6:30 pm Japan time on the 14th. The focus is on whether the leaders of the two countries, who have various conflicts, can confirm what they value each other and lead to a breakthrough in the current situation where dialogue is stalled.
Ukraine President “Over 400 Russian War Crimes in Kherson Oblast”
Ukrainian forces are recapturing areas in southern Kherson province, including the capital Kherson. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that more than 400 Russian war crimes have been recorded in Kherson Oblast, and the bodies of not only soldiers but also civilians have been found. increase.
Taxi fares in the 23 wards of Tokyo, etc. will be raised to 500 yen for the first ride
Taxi fares in Tokyo's 23 wards have been raised for the first time in 15 years since the 14th, and at a taxi company in Suginami Ward, employees are taking measures such as changing the fare meter settings from the morning.
Seiya Kamei wins the piano section of the Young Toryumon International Competition
On the 13th, in Paris, France, the final of the piano division of the "Lon Thibault Crespin International Competition", a music competition known as a gateway to success for young musicians, was held, and Seiya Kamei (20) from Aichi Prefecture participated as a Korean. I won with someone.
Go professional player arrested on suspicion of injuring wife Metropolitan Police Department
A professional Go player was arrested on suspicion of injuring his wife by punching her in the face.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 14th)
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 14th (Japan time), including the situation of the fighting and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a 7-hour time difference between Japan and Ukraine, and a 6-hour time difference with Moscow, Russia.)
Ukraine mop-up operation continues, Russia may hit the regime
The Ukrainian army is recapturing areas including the provincial capital Kherson in the southern province of Kherson, and is continuing mopping up operations to see if any Russian soldiers remain in the city. On the other hand, there is also an analysis that there are voices critical of the withdrawal of Russian troops from hardliners in Russia, and it may be a blow to the Putin administration in the future.
Soccer World Cup Japanese national team Kubo and others join. What is your enthusiasm?
On the 13th, the Japanese national team, which is preparing for the soccer World Cup Qatar tournament, joined four players who will play in Europe to practice together, and the youngest member, 21-year-old Takefusa Kubo, said, " As a team, we aim to break through the first league,” he said with enthusiasm.
Kanagawa Prefectural Police Trouble during equipment inspection Affects traffic control, etc.
On the 13th, at the Kanagawa Prefectural Police Headquarters, the power temporarily went off during an inspection of the equipment, and some systems related to traffic control and driver's licenses stopped working. Due to this influence, there are roads in Kanagawa Prefecture where traffic congestion is likely to occur, and there is a possibility that procedures related to driver's licenses may not be possible.
COP27 Ministerial-level meeting begins today, full-scale negotiations on financial support, etc.
The United Nations conference on climate change countermeasures, "COP27," will begin at the ministerial level on the evening of the 14th, Japan time. Negotiations will get into full swing over the formulation of plans to accelerate the reduction of greenhouse gases and financial support for the damage caused by the adverse effects of climate change.
Today's first face-to-face U.S.-China summit, relationship building amid deepening conflict
President Biden of the United States and President Xi Jinping of China will hold their first face-to-face summit in Indonesia on the 14th. As the two countries deepen their confrontation in the security and economic fields such as the situation in Taiwan, the focus is on whether the top leaders can exchange opinions and build a relationship that will not develop into a serious conflict.
Explosion in Istanbul, Turkey 6 dead, 81 injured Investigated as terrorism
Six people were killed and 81 injured in an explosion in Istanbul, Turkey's largest city, on March 13. Based on surveillance camera footage, the Turkish government believes it to be a terror attack by a woman, and is proceeding with an investigation.
“FTX Trading” goes bankrupt Focus on return of customer assets
FTX Trading, a major crypto asset exchange business, is expected to go bankrupt, with total liabilities of up to nearly $50 billion (7 trillion yen). It has also been reported that hundreds of millions of dollars worth of crypto assets may have been fraudulently withdrawn after the bankruptcy, and the focus will be on whether the company can protect and return customers' assets.