Japan-China Summit Meeting The two leaders agreed to communicate at all levels
During his visit to Thailand, Prime Minister Kishida held a Japan-China summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time in about three years. While conveying serious concerns about China's military activities around Japan, they emphasized the importance of building a constructive and stable relationship. We agreed to communicate closely at all levels.
Woman dies in apartment Listen to circumstances from man Leaving the scene Gunma
Late on the 16th, a 42-year-old Nepalese woman was murdered in an apartment in Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture. I learned this from interviews with people involved. The police are carefully investigating whether there is any connection with the incident.
Japan x Canada [22:40-] Last warm-up match just before the World Cup
With less than a week until their first league match against Germany on the 23rd, the Japan national soccer team will face Canada in Dubai, UAE = United Arab Emirates, as their final warm-up match. We will keep you updated on the match schedule, which is scheduled to start at 10:40 PM Japan time. NHK will broadcast the news from 10:30 pm.
Keisei Electric Railway Keisei Line and Narita Sky Access Line resume operation on all lines
The Keisei Electric Railway Keisei Line and the Narita Sky Access Line continued to suspend operation in some sections due to the derailment of the forwarding train that was trying to enter the garage, but at 8:49 pm, all lines resumed operation. .
Detained in Myanmar Toru Kubota released, scheduled to return early on the 18th
Journalist Toru Kubota, who had been detained in Myanmar since July this year, was released on the 17th and left Myanmar. Kubota plans to return to Japan early in the morning on the 18th.
Kumamoto Junior High School 1st student committed suicide 42 cases of inappropriate acts towards other children
Three years ago, in Kumamoto, a third-year junior high school boy committed suicide. Regarding the teachers pointed out, the city board of education announced that there were a total of 42 inappropriate acts against other children, including corporal punishment and verbal abuse that had been confirmed so far.
[Commentary] US mid-term elections Republican party to majority in House of Representatives
Eight days after the start of the vote count, the US midterm elections finally revealed the majority in the House of Representatives, and the opposition Republican Party is expected to regain the majority. As a result, the Senate will be controlled by the Democrats, while the House will be controlled by the Republicans. What impact will it have on President Biden's administration? We asked Yasushi Watanabe, a professor at Keio University who is familiar with American politics and society. (The video is 3 minutes and 33 seconds. Not available on data broadcasting.)
[Video] Fishermen catch a giant squid off the coast of Kikaijima, Kagoshima
Off the coast of Kikaijima in the Amami Islands in Kagoshima Prefecture, a local fisherman caught a "giant squid" that lives in the deep sea and shot a video. Experts say, "Images around Amami are quite rare."
Missile landing Differences in opinion between Europe, the United States and Ukraine Difficulty in recapturing territory
Regarding the missile that landed in Poland, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed that it was not our missile, and there is a difference of opinion with the United States, which has pointed out the possibility that it was an interceptor missile of the Ukrainian military. Under these circumstances, the head of the U.S. military's uniformed group made it clear that although the Russian army has suffered heavy losses, it will be difficult for the Ukrainian army to militarily recapture all the occupied territories and win. did.
The Tokyo District Court orders a total of 500 million yen in compensation for the two people who released "Fast Movie"
A trial in which 13 companies, including major movie companies, sought compensation for damages to two people who were found guilty of violating the copyright law by publishing illegal videos "fast movies" that edited movies to about 10 minutes on the Internet The Tokyo District Court handed down a judgment ordering a total of 500 million yen in compensation as requested.
"North Korea hacking stole crypto assets worth 86.5 billion yen" South Korean government
The South Korean government announced at a meeting on countermeasures against cyber attacks by North Korea that it is believed that North Korea hacked an online game in March and stole crypto assets worth more than 86.5 billion yen in Japanese yen. He called on the international community to take a concerted response to cut off funding sources for nuclear and missile development.
Conversation in staff room recorded on tablet terminal Students truant Yamaguchi
At a public junior high school in Iwakuni City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, a conversation between teachers in the staff room was recorded on an app on a tablet device that was left behind by a student. I was. The Iwakuni City Board of Education apologized, saying, "I am very sorry for causing anxiety to children."
Former Prime Minister Abe shooting incident Yamagami suspect's appraisal period extended by more than 2 months
Former Prime Minister Abe was killed by a gun during a speech in Nara City, and the suspect who was undergoing a psychiatric examination by an expert will be examined until February 29 next year. It will be extended.
Shohei Ohtani tells Kuriyama about his intention to participate in WBC next year
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani updated his SNS on the 17th and announced that he was willing to participate in next year's WBC = World Baseball Classic to Japan national team coach Kuriyama. did.
A woman who died in an apartment is a 42-year-old Nepalese national murder suspect investigation Gunma
Late at night on the 16th, in an apartment in Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, a woman was murdered, and it was found that the 42-year-old woman of Nepali nationality living in this room died. A man with a knife was seen leaving the scene and police are investigating his whereabouts.
Agreed to extend framework for exports of Ukrainian agricultural products
Regarding Ukrainian agricultural products, in July this year, the deadline for the framework in which Russia and Ukraine agreed to resume exports mediated by the United Nations and Turkey was approaching on the 19th of this month, but the United Nations announced on the 17th that Secretary-General Guterres ``We welcome that all parties have agreed to continue,'' he said. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also tweeted that the deal would be extended for another 120 days. Russia, on the other hand, has yet to issue an official statement. Regarding the export of agricultural products, the focus was on whether it would be extended amid growing concerns about the global food crisis.
Sapporo “closed” ossuary withdraws compulsory execution petition
It turned out that the real estate company that won the bid for the ossuary in Sapporo, which was auctioned due to lack of funds of the religious corporation that operated it, withdrew its petition on the 17th to force the surrender of the building.
Medical insurance premiums for the latter-stage elderly to be raised from 660,000 yen to 800,000 yen per year
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has indicated a policy to raise the maximum amount of insurance premiums for the medical care system for the elderly aged 75 and over from 660,000 yen to 800,000 yen per year. In addition to reducing the burden on the working generation, we are allocating financial resources to increase the lump-sum allowance for childbirth and childcare.
Face-to-face for the first time in 3 years [updating]
On the evening of the 17th, Prime Minister Kishida will hold a Japan-China summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Bangkok, Thailand, for the first time in about three years. We will update you on the key points of the meeting and the state of the field as needed.
``Remuneration for lawmakers who campaigned'' Terada Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications ``Confirm the facts''
Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Terada indicated his intention to confirm the facts in response to the fact that it was illegal to pay compensation to local lawmakers who campaigned in the House of Representatives election last year during the Diet deliberations on the 17th. rice field.
South Korean Ministry of Defense “4 years ago, we did not irradiate radar on SDF aircraft”
On the 17th, the South Korean Ministry of Defense reiterated its view that the radar irradiation of the Self-Defense Forces aircraft by the South Korean military four years ago was not carried out. Attention will be paid to the impact on moves to strengthen security cooperation between Japan and South Korea with North Korea in mind.
[Video] Santa who expresses this year's social conditions appears Kobe Ijinkan
The Ijinkan in Kobe City is decorated with a ``Society Santa'' that expresses the social conditions of this year, and a Santa wearing a bulletproof vest appears after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, appealing the importance of peace.
A male employee who works for Nippon Steel commits suicide "Depression due to overtime and reprimand" Authorized as an industrial accident
A man who worked for Nippon Steel, a major steel company, committed suicide in February 2018. According to the Handa Labor Standards Inspection Office, the sudden increase in overtime hours and the scolding from his superiors caused him to develop depression. I found out that it was certified as a worker's accident.
Mr. Twitter mask US media to choose whether to work hard or retire
American social media giant Twitter CEO Elon Musk has asked employees to work long hours and furiously, and American media companies have reported that they are urging them to quit if they don't like it.
APEC Ministerial Meeting Begins Focus on Whether Ministerial Statements Can Be Compiled
APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference) Ministerial Meeting began in Bangkok, Thailand, and Japan decided to call for strengthening the supply chain (supply network) of energy, food, etc., whose prices are soaring due to the impact of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. I'm here.
Two former employees of a major game company arrested on suspicion of insider trading
Two former employees of Square Enix, a major game company known for popular games such as Dragon Quest, bought shares of a company in Tokyo that was jointly developing a game based on inside information before it was made public. He was arrested by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office for allegedly violating the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.
House of Representatives Commission on the Constitution makes a series of remarks on how to deal with emergencies such as large-scale disasters
Regarding the response to emergency situations such as large-scale disasters, the Liberal Democratic Party argued at the House of Representatives Commission on the Constitution that if the Diet could not be held, the government should be given a certain amount of authority, while the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan (CDP) I asked to discuss a check function for
Woman dies in apartment Knife man information Murder case Gunma Isesaki
Late at night on the 16th, a woman was found bleeding and collapsed in an apartment in Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, and later died. Police are investigating the whereabouts as a homicide because eyewitness information has been received that a man with a knife left the room at the scene.
``Right to ask questions'' to the former Unification Church to consult on the 21st
With regard to the issue of the former Unification Church, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno has submitted a concrete proposal of questions to the church toward the exercise of the "right to ask questions" based on the Religious Corporation Law on the 21st of this month at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's Council for Religious Corporations. I made it clear that I am adjusting in the direction of consulting with.
Toru Kubota detained in Myanmar will be pardoned and released this afternoon
Toru Kubota, a journalist who was detained by the security authorities in Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar, where the military holds real power, was released on the 17th, according to an NHK interview, according to a military spokesperson. did. The local Japanese embassy has also been informed by the authorities that he will be released on the 17th, and the details are currently being confirmed.
The focus of the Japan-China summit meeting tonight is whether a clue to rebuilding relations can be found
On the evening of the 17th, Prime Minister Kishida will hold a Japan-China summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Bangkok, Thailand, for the first time in about three years. The focus will be on finding a way to rebuild Japan-China relations, which continue to be in a difficult situation due to issues such as the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture.
North Korea Ballistic missile launch towards the Sea of Japan South Korean Army Joint Chiefs of Staff
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff announced that North Korea launched a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan at around 10:50 am on the 17th. The South Korean military is rushing to collect and analyze detailed information together with the US military.
Keisei Electric Railway service train partially derailed from Higashi-Matsudo to Higashi-Nakayama
According to Keisei Electric Railway, part of the forwarding train derailed around 10:30 am at Keisei Takasago Station in Katsushika Ward, Tokyo. Due to this influence, Keisei Electric Railway has suspended operation on the up and down lines between Higashi-Matsudo Station and Higashi-Nakayama Station.
Trade balance deficit of 2,162.3 billion yen Record largest for October Due to depreciation of the yen, etc.
According to last month's trade statistics released by the Ministry of Finance, the balance of trade, which is the difference between exports and imports, was a deficit of 2.1623 trillion yen. The deficit is the largest ever for October. This was due to the large increase in the amount of imports due to the depreciation of the yen and the rise in energy-related prices.
Kherson Recaptures Ukraine Happy Liberation But Many Challenges To Rebuild Life
In Kherson, the capital of the southern province of Kherson, which was successfully recaptured by Ukraine, a large number of citizens were seen celebrating liberation from Russian occupation. On the other hand, there are still a large number of landmines buried by the Russian army in the area, and infrastructure such as electricity and water supply has been destroyed, and citizens are facing many challenges to rebuild their lives.
Crypto asset FTX bankruptcy to public hearing in December Creditors over 1 million?
The Financial Services Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives has announced that it will hold a public hearing next month over the bankruptcy of FTX Trading, a major cryptocurrency exchange. The number of creditors is likely to exceed 1 million, and the focus is on whether the assets of the customers can be preserved and returned.
US mid-term election Opposition Republican party sure to win a majority in the House of Representatives ABC
In the midterm elections in the United States, the opposition Republican Party is expected to recapture the majority in the House of Representatives. In the Senate, the ruling Democratic Party has decided to maintain its leadership, blocking the momentum of the Republican Party that was initially expected. will occur, and President Biden is likely to be forced to manage a difficult administration in the future.
Reported 'Apartment trouble' Investigation as a woman's death murder case
Late at night on the 16th, a woman was found dead in an apartment in Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, and was confirmed dead. The police are investigating the whereabouts of the man as well as investigating it as a murder, based on eyewitness information that a man with a knife came out of the room where the woman was lying down.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 17th)
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 17th (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.)
Fatal accident at 194 km/h Begins consideration of switching to dangerous driving causing death
Last year, the Oita District Public Prosecutor's Office indicted a 19-year-old office worker who drove a car at a tremendous speed of 194 kilometers on a prefectural road in Oita City and caused a fatal accident. We began to consider whether we could switch to dangerous driving causing death, which has a heavy sentence, and on the night of the 16th, we recreated the situation at the time near the scene and investigated in detail again.
Missiles dropped on Poland: NATO and Ukraine disagree
The NATO secretary-general said that the missile that fell on Poland, a member of the NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine continued, could have been an interceptor missile of the Ukrainian military. On the other hand, Ukrainian President Zelensky denied that it was ``not our missile,'' creating a gap in opinion.
Today's Japan-China summit meeting face-to-face for the first time in about three years Seeking clues to rebuilding relations
On the evening of the 17th, Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting Southeast Asia, will hold a Japan-China summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time in about three years. While directly conveying Japan's views on issues such as the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture, I would like to show a willingness to work together on common issues, such as climate change countermeasures, in order to find ways to rebuild relations.
Body found in drum can Died 7 years ago Four former colleagues arrested on suspicion of causing injury
Seven years ago, police arrested four former colleagues on suspicion of causing death by assaulting a man in his 20s who was working for a construction company in Komaki City, Aichi Prefecture. The man's body was found in a drum can in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture this year, and the police are investigating the details.
Japan's lunar probe Unstable communication with the ground after separation from US rocket
On the afternoon of the 16th Japan time, it was found that communication with the ground was not stable after the probe "OMOTENASHI", which was launched by a large American rocket and aimed for Japan's first lunar landing, was separated from the rocket. JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency will continue to check the status of the spacecraft.