Prime Minister Kishida will visit the U.S. in early January next year and make arrangements to hold a Japan-U.S. summit meeting
Prime Minister Kishida is making arrangements to visit the United States in early January next year and hold a Japan-U.S. summit meeting with President Biden. He hopes to further strengthen the Japan-US alliance by conveying specific measures to strengthen Japan's defense capabilities.
25 years after the financial crisis U.S. interest rate hikes heighten vigilance over new crises
Twenty-five years ago, on November 24, 1997, Yamaichi Securities, which was one of the four major securities companies at the time, was forced to voluntarily close down. This month saw a series of large-scale financial failures, plunging Japan into a serious financial crisis. Since then, financial crises have recurred around the world, and now emerging countries' debts are swelling against the backdrop of interest rate hikes in the United States, and there is a growing sense of caution that this may lead to another crisis.
European Parliament adopts resolution condemning human rights situation in Qatar
The European Parliament, the European Parliament, has just adopted a resolution regarding the human rights situation in Qatar, the host country of the soccer World Cup. The resolution condemns the deaths of many foreign workers during the preparations for the games, including the maintenance of the stadium. In addition to making all victims eligible for compensation, the EU and its member states are urged to take into account whether standards such as human rights protection are strictly observed when selecting host countries in the future.
One of the world's leading radio telescopes has been unable to observe since last month due to a cyber attack
A radio telescope system with world-leading performance built in Chile, South America, in an international project in which the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan participates, was attacked last month, and it has been unable to observe for about a month. I understand.
[Detailed data] JR East announced the deficit amount of 66 sections, totaling 67.9 billion yen
While the future of regional railways, which continue to be in the red, is an issue, JR East has announced the income and expenditure of 66 sections with particularly low usage last year (FY 2021). The total deficit for all sections exceeds 67 billion yen, and we plan to proceed with discussions with local governments, including conversion to buses.
World Cup historic victory Yuto Nagatomo "It's inevitable, not a miracle"
On the 23rd, one day after Japan won a historic victory against Germany at the World Cup Qatar tournament, a Japanese player responded to an interview, and veteran Yuto Nagatomo, who will be participating in four consecutive tournaments, said, " It's said that the 'Doha Tragedy' turned into the 'Doha Miracle,' but it's not a miracle, it's an inevitability that we have seized upon ourselves."
Japan's First "Uterus Transplantation" Clinical Research Applied Keio University Group
A group from Keio University has applied to the university's review committee for the first clinical research in Japan on ``womb transplantation'', which aims to give birth by transplanting a uterus provided by a relative to a woman who has not been born with a uterus. . The research group hopes to carry out the transplant within the next fiscal year.
Detailed explanation of that scene of the German game
During the World Cup Qatar tournament, during Japan's historic victory against Germany, the word "offside" was often seen on social media. Offside is complicated and difficult, and even those who play football don't know the details. However, in some cases, this foul is closely related to goals, and it may be necessary to understand it in order to enjoy soccer more. So, what kind of foul is offside?
Former Unification Church Relief New Law Liberal Democratic Party Revises Government Bill and Aims to Submit to the Current Diet
The secretary-generals of the ruling and opposition parties held talks regarding a new bill to help victims of the former Unification Church. We have included provisions that require consideration so as not to make it difficult to do so, and have indicated a policy to aim for submission to the current Diet session.
Military invasion 9 months Western countries condemn Russian military attacks on civilian targets
On the 24th, nine months have passed since the military invasion of Ukraine began. In response to repeated attacks on infrastructure facilities by the Russian military, the European Parliament adopted a resolution recognizing Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. is intensifying.
Discard all records of past 2 requests for dissolution order such as "Aum Shinrikyo"
Based on the Religious Corporation Law, it was found that all records such as evidence when the court requested the dissolution order of "Aum Shinrikyo" and "Myokakuji" were destroyed. These are the only two cases in the past in which the court ordered the dissolution of a religious corporation for ``violating the law and seriously harming public welfare'' in response to a request from an administrative agency. Especially so.
"National Unification Church Damage Countermeasures Lawyers" Formed Legal Consultation Negotiations for Damage Recovery
In response to the large number of consultations regarding the former Unification Church that have been received by the government and other agencies, more than 200 lawyers from all over the country have formed a defense team. It will serve as a source for legal consultation, and will negotiate for recovery if damage is confirmed.
One question and one answer to GK Gonda, the best player in the World Cup against Germany
Goalkeeper GONDA Shuichi, who was selected as the best player of the match and was awarded the ``Player of the Match'', contributed to Japan's come-from-behind victory by overcoming Germany's fierce attacks and conceding one goal.
World Cup Japan 2nd match Costa Rica and what will happen to the final T advance
In the FIFA World Cup Qatar, Japan, who is in Group E, won the first match of the first round together with Spain, earning three points. However, Spain won 7-0 in their first match against Costa Rica, leaving Japan second in goal difference. Japan won their second match against Costa Rica on the 27th, and after that Spain won or drew with Germany, the top 2 of Group E was confirmed without waiting for the third match, advancing to the finals tournament for the second consecutive tournament. is determined.
Pointed out 83.9 billion yen of undeclared “wealthy class”, the highest number since 2009 National Taxation Bureau
A summary of the National Tax Agency found that tax surveys conducted by the National Tax Bureau nationwide in the year until June pointed out that the so-called wealthy class had the largest number of undeclared 83.9 billion yen so far.
World Cup historic victory How did former manager Nishino see [Details in QA]
Japan scored a historic victory against Germany in the first round of the soccer World Cup. Where was the reason for victory? We asked Akira Nishino, the former head coach of the Japan national team. [Details in QA]
Suspected adjustment of orders for Tokyo Olympics and paratest competitions Tokyo to investigate
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has been seconded to the Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in response to suspicions that multiple advertising companies and others were coordinating orders for bids related to test events for each sport of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. It was decided to investigate whether there were any problems with the contract procedures by interviewing officials of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Seiji Ozawa conducts an orchestra for the first time in three years Released video in Matsumoto, Nagano
World-famous conductor Seiji Ozawa conducted an orchestra for the first time in three years in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture on the 23rd, and a part of the video was released.
Wild boars attacked commercial facilities, etc., and two people were injured Kanagawa Hadano
On the morning of the 24th, two people were attacked by wild boars one after another at a commercial facility in Hadano City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and were slightly injured. A wild boar was exterminated by city officials after it invaded an elementary school playground.
Soccer: Japan in joy and Germany in disappointment. What are the domestic and international reactions to the come-from-behind victory?
soccer world cup qatar tournament. The Japanese national team achieved a historic victory against Germany, who boasted four previous titles. While there were cheering voices in various parts of the country, there were voices of disappointment from Germany and surprise voices from Spain, the next opponent. A summary of domestic and international reactions.
Matsumoto, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, sells party tickets beyond capacity "no problem"
At a political fund party held by Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto's fund management organization, it was pointed out that party tickets were sold that exceeded the capacity of the venue, but Minister Matsumoto said that there was no problem as they were sold in accordance with the law. showed recognition.
FIFA praises Japan's World Cup waiting room
FIFA = International Football Federation has introduced a photo of the locker room of the Japanese national team that won the match against Germany on its official Twitter, and wrote a word of gratitude as "no stain".
Electric eel lights Christmas tree Gifu Kakamigahara
It's been a month until Christmas. At an aquarium in Kakamigahara City, Gifu Prefecture, visitors are entertained by a quirky Christmas tree illuminated by electricity emitted by electric eels.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 24th)
On the 24th, it will be nine months since Russia's military invasion of Ukraine began. 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 24th (Japan time), including the battle situation 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.)
Former Unification Church New Bill Ruling Party “Demands 3 Corrections from Government” Opposition Party “Insufficient”
At a working-level consultation between the ruling and opposition parties to help victims of the former Unification Church, the ruling party explained that the new bill is asking the government to make three amendments, such as expanding the scope of malicious donations. However, the opposition party pointed out that it was insufficient. The ruling party wants to hold final discussions, and is coordinating to hold a secretary-general meeting of the six ruling and opposition parties on the afternoon of the 24th.
[Video] "SL Ginga" and Akita Shinkansen "Komachi" in two shots in Iwate
A rare event was held at JR Morioka Station on the 23rd, where "SL Ginga", which is operated on conventional lines in Iwate Prefecture, and "Komachi" on the Akita Shinkansen line up, and it was crowded with railway fans.
Nine months after Russia invades Ukraine
On the 24th, it has been nine months since Russia began its military invasion of Ukraine. As the coldness of winter intensifies, the Ukrainian military wants to recapture more of the occupied territories against the Russian military, which continues to attack infrastructure facilities such as power plants. .
"I'm sorry, Coach Moriyasu" became a hot topic on SNS after Japan won the World Cup
Regarding Japan's historic victory over Germany at the World Cup Qatar tournament, there were posts on the Internet saying "I'm sorry" from people who seemed to have not thought about victory, and towards Director Hajime Moriyasu. Apology posts such as "I'm sorry for criticizing you until now" have become a hot topic.
Accident involving 7 cars on Hanwa Expressway 1 killed 2 injured Osaka Matsubara
On the morning of the 24th, there was an accident involving seven trucks and light passenger cars on the inbound line of the Hanwa Expressway in Matsubara City, Osaka. I was injured. Due to this accident, roads such as Hanwa Expressway have been closed, and the police are investigating the situation at that time in detail.
President Zelensky accuses Russia of 'energy terrorism'
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the Russian attacks "energy terrorism" at an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council over the damage to energy-related infrastructure facilities in various parts of Ukraine due to attacks by Russian forces. He called it a "crime against humanity" and condemned it.
[Commentary] The Japanese national team has a clear command, the "soul" shown, and the winning strategy?
The Japanese national team achieved a historic win against four-time World Cup winners Germany. The formation was changed in the second half, and the players who came in as substitutes created a rhythm in their offense to win the come-from-behind victory. What is that winning strategy?
Prime Minister Kishida ``confirmed that some receipts are inadequate'' in the report on the House of Representatives election
Prime Minister Kishida said that it was reported that a receipt without an address was attached to the income and expenditure report for campaign expenses for the House of Representatives election held last year, ``There was an insufficient description in part of the receipt. I have confirmed that there are some points," and explained that they will work to prevent recurrence in the future.
Thousands Amputated in Ukraine Military Invasion
Nine months into Russia's military offensive in Ukraine, the number of soldiers wounded in combat and civilians caught in attacks continues to rise, with more people being amputated. The exact number has not been disclosed, but government officials say it could be in the thousands.
World Cup Japan wins "Doha's joy" is a hot topic on SNS
After Japan's victory over powerhouse Germany at the World Cup Qatar tournament, there were a series of posts on Twitter congratulating the Japan national team. Twitter is buzzing with the term 'Doha Delights'.
Polish president calls fake French president to discuss missile strikes
It turned out that Polish President Duda received a call from a person impersonating French President Emmanuel Macron and talked for several minutes about the response to the missile landing in Poland without realizing it was a fake.
Obligation to store bills electronically Adjusted to continue accepting paper bills
It is now compulsory for businesses to save electronic data such as invoices exchanged with business partners by e-mail, but the government and ruling parties are considering small and medium-sized enterprises that are slow to respond. , we are making adjustments to continue to allow paper storage even after the grace period ends at the end of next year.
Nine months after Russia's military invasion of Ukraine: Looking back on the map
In 24 days, it will be nine months since Russia began its military invasion of Ukraine. Let's look back at the battle situation so far on the map.
Russia Military Invasion Expert “Will the winter battle intensify and continue next year?”
In 24 days, it will be nine months since Russia began its military invasion of Ukraine. As the coldness of winter becomes more severe, there is a view that fighting will intensify in the future, mainly in the eastern part of the country.
Indonesia Java island earthquake 271 dead 40 unknown, desperate rescue continues
The 5.6-magnitude earthquake that hit western Java on the 21st has killed 271 people and left 40 missing, according to the National Disaster Management Agency.
World Cup Spain wins over Costa Rica, same group as Japan
Spain won 7-0 in Spain vs. Costa Rica in Group E of the World Cup Qatar Tournament.
Scottish independence referendum failed, UK Supreme Court ruled
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has ruled that the autonomous government of northern Scotland cannot hold a referendum on independence without the consent of the British government. Scotland's appeal for a second referendum, following its 2014 appeal, was rejected.
German federation protests against World Cup 'discrimination'
Japan's first opponent at the World Cup Qatar tournament, the German Football Federation, has updated its official website and SNS, and FIFA has issued a warning against wearing the captain's mark, which indicates opposition to all forms of discrimination. I once again expressed my desire to protest.