Taiwan President Tsai announces the resignation of the chairman of the Democratic Progressive Party Unified local elections due to defeat of the ruling party
President Tsai Ing-wen has announced her intention to resign as chairman of the party, which she has served concurrently, after the ruling Democratic Progressive Party lost in the unified local elections held once every four years in Taiwan on the 26th.
Shogi "Ryuo Battle" 5th station Fujii loses five crowns Title defense is carried over
The fifth station of the "Ryuo Battle", the highest peak of the eight major shogi titles, was held in Fukuoka Prefecture. 's title defense was carried over to the next game.
Putin “Instructs to Increase Weapons Production” British Ministry of Defense “Missile Shortage”
As the Russian military continues missile attacks in various parts of Ukraine, President Putin has ordered further production of weapons. On the other hand, the British Ministry of Defense said that the Russian military is facing a shortage of missiles, pointing out that even missiles from the 1980s without nuclear warheads are being used in combat.
Official practice for the World Cup match against Costa Rica
On the 26th, the Japanese national team, who is preparing for the World Cup Qatar soccer tournament, held an official practice session in preparation for their second match against Costa Rica in the first round. I came to
Memorial meeting in Fukuoka three years before the death of Dr. Tetsu Nakamura
A memorial service was held in Fukuoka City on the 26th, three years after Dr. Tetsu Nakamura, a doctor who had been working on humanitarian aid in Afghanistan for many years, was shot and died in Afghanistan.
77-year-old woman ``I don't remember the accident'' Kobe injured when car crashed into convenience store
Around noon on the 26th, a car driven by a 77-year-old woman crashed into a convenience store in Kobe, injuring two customers inside the store. According to a police investigation, the woman said, ``I had no memory of the accident, and when she noticed, the car had crashed into the store.''
Two companies, including Dentsu, receive orders of more than 7 billion yen for the operation of the Tokyo Olympics
Two advertising giants, including Dentsu Inc., who were searched by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office and others on the 25th in a bid-rigging case related to bidding for work related to the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics test competitions, will not operate the competitions following the test competitions. NHK's coverage revealed that the company had received orders of at least 7 billion yen in the form of free contracts. The Special Investigation Department and the Fair Trade Commission are believed to be investigating the suspicion that orders were adjusted between vendors in order to secure profits in operations such as the tournament.
Representative Izumi Ritami stresses that the Prime Minister should make a quick decision to dismiss Akiba Reconstruction Minister
Regarding Reconstruction Minister Akiba, who has been pointed out one after another, such as politics and money problems, Izumi, representative of the Constitutional Democratic Party, said, "Reconstruction administration is stagnating, and trust as a politician and minister is lost." Prime Minister Kishida stressed that the decision to replace should be made as soon as possible.
Former Unification Church Victim's Families' Association for Former Believers and Believers' Families
A counseling session was held in Tokyo for former members of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification and the families of members of the former Unification Church.
Boxing Tokyo Olympic gold Seina Irie advances to the final at the last competition
Seina Irie, who won the gold medal in the boxing women's featherweight division at the Tokyo Olympics, participated in the All Japan Championship, which she faced as her last competition, won the semifinals of the first match, and advanced to the final on the 27th.
Skateboard Japan Championship Miyu Ito wins first victory Women's street
The Japan Skateboard Championships were held in Niigata Prefecture, and 15-year-old junior high school student Miyu Ito won the women's street for the first time.
Seibu Sosuke Genda New 5-year contract with annual salary of 300 million yen plus payment for progress
Sosuke Genda, who won the Golden Glove Award for five consecutive years in professional baseball and Seibu, has signed a new five-year contract with an estimated annual salary of 300 million yen plus performance payment, which is an estimated 110 million yen increase.
Soccer World Cup Japan Next Opponent What are the characteristics of Costa Rica?
Japan will face Costa Rica in the second match of the first round of the soccer World Cup Qatar on the 27th. What makes Costa Rica special?
U.S. Prohibition on imports and sales of communication equipment by Chinese high-tech companies
The Biden administration in the United States has announced that it will ban the import and sale of communication equipment and surveillance cameras from five companies, including Chinese telecommunications equipment giants Huawei and ZTE, as a threat to national security. has stepped up its vigilance against China in the area of economic security.
DeNA Yasuaki Yamazaki concludes a 6-year long-term contract with the team
A 30-year-old pitcher, Yasuaki Yamazaki, who played a key role in professional baseball and DeNA this season, has signed a six-year long-term contract with the team, according to interviews with people involved.
Ritsumin Secretary-General Okada Former Unification Church “Legislation Based on the Reality of Damage”
Concerning the revision proposed by the government and the ruling party toward the establishment of a new law aimed at relieving the victims of the former Unification Church, the Secretary-General of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan Okada said that the regulation on the act of making donations by so-called mind control was insufficient. , said, "It is important to create a meaningful law based on the actual situation of damage."
“Lot number posted in arrest article” High court decision not acknowledged invasion of privacy
A couple who were arrested on suspicion of violating the Stimulants Control Law and were not prosecuted were accused of infringing on their privacy by posting their home address and lot number in an article in the Shizuoka Shimbun that reported their arrest. The judgment of the second trial, which dismissed the appeal and determined that there was no infringement of privacy, was finalized.
Ukraine's Great Famine Day of Remembrance: President Calls for Patience
Ukraine will mark the day of remembrance for the victims of the great famine allegedly caused by the then Soviet Union 90 years ago. While public opinion against Russia, which was the center of the former Soviet Union, has increased further, in Ukraine, power outages continued due to infrastructure attacks by the Russian military, and President Zelensky called on the people to be patient.
Pepper spray on the street or five men and women transported to hospital Naka Ward, Nagoya City
On the morning of the 26th, something like a pepper spray was scattered on the street in the center of Nagoya, and five men and women, including a taxi driver, were transported to a hospital complaining of eye pain. In both cases, the symptoms are mild, but the police believe that something like pepper spray was sprayed due to a dispute, and they are investigating the details by asking several people who were at the scene.
``Seminars give priority to girls'' Suspected male professor of harassment Teikyo University investigative committee
A student posted on social media that he received an email from a male professor at Teikyo University stating that he would preferentially hire female students in his seminar, and the university was accused of academic harassment by taking advantage of his position as a faculty member. was launched.
The Imperial Palace "Inui Street" is open to the public for the first time in three years and is crowded with many people
"Inui-dori" in the Imperial Palace, where the autumn leaves are at their best, has been open to the public for the first time in three years, and is crowded with many people.
Sanyo Road Two men and women died after being hit by a truck on the road Hiroshima Mihara City
On the night of the 25th, on the Sanyo Expressway in Mihara City, Hiroshima Prefecture, two men and women on the road were killed by a truck running from behind, and the police are investigating the details.
Election campaign income and expenditure report 38 candidates for the House of Representatives did not submit by the deadline
A total of 38 of the candidates who ran for the House of Representatives election last year and the House of Councilors election this year did not submit their income and expenditure reports for the election campaigns by the legally mandated deadline. rice field. Experts point out, ``There is a fact that it is neglected compared to the Political Funds Income and Expenditure Report, and we should change our perception.''
Figure GP Series Women's Single SP Mai Mihara is 2nd
The 6th round of the figure skating Grand Prix series in Finland was held on the 25th in the first half of the women's single short program.
Government adjusts to change the period of "Mid-term Defense Buildup Plan" to 10 years
The government decided to extend the period of the "mid-term defense" = "medium-term defense buildup plan," which stipulates the scale of defense spending over a period of 5 years, to 10 years, citing the need to work on a long-term plan to drastically strengthen defense capabilities. We are adjusting in the direction of changing to
North to East Japan: Extremely unstable atmosphere Beware of gusts and localized heavy rain
Due to the influence of fronts and low pressure systems, the atmospheric conditions from northern Japan to eastern Japan are becoming very unstable, and we need to be careful of strong gusts such as lightning strikes and tornadoes, as well as localized heavy rain.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 26th)
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 regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 26th (Japan time), such as 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.)
Political Funds Income and Expenditure Report published online Not implemented in 4 prefectures due to staff shortages, etc.
For the past 18 years, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has been calling on prefectures to proactively publish political fund balance reports on the Internet. "Ensuring transparency is the most important thing when it comes to political funds, and we should publish them online as soon as possible," he said.
Day 6 of the World Cup Tournament Results of Group A and Group B 2 games each
The soccer world cup ends until the 6th day of the competition. Two games each were played in the first round Group A and the second round of Group B.
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry: Direction of nuclear power plant policy Next-generation nuclear reactors should be decommissioned and reconstructed
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has compiled a draft of the direction of nuclear power policy, and will proceed with coordination in the direction of making it concrete, keeping in mind the rebuilding of next-generation nuclear reactors that will be decommissioned in the future. increase.
Electric power cartel to order a surcharge on a major electric power company Expected to be the highest amount ever
It is related to the fact that the Fair Trade Commission decided to order a fine of at least several tens of billions of yen in total, alleging that Chubu Electric Power, Chugoku Electric Power, Kyushu Electric Power Co., etc. had formed a cartel over the sale of electricity to businesses. I found out by interviewing people. The fine is expected to be the highest ever.
North to East Japan: Extremely unstable atmosphere Beware of gusts and localized heavy rain
On the 26th, the atmospheric conditions are expected to be very unstable from northern Japan to eastern Japan due to the effects of fronts and low pressure systems, and it is necessary to pay attention to strong gusts such as lightning strikes and tornadoes, as well as localized heavy rain.
Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee, Dentsu, etc. suspected of collusion at test competition One company participated in many bids
On the 25th, the major advertising company "Dentsu" was searched on suspicion of collusion over bidding for work related to the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics test competition. Interviews with related parties revealed that there were many cases in which only the company participated. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's special investigation department is believed to be investigating the suspicion that the winning bidder was decided in advance, with a view to receiving orders for the main competition after the test competition.
Ukraine Public Opinion Shows Strong Resistance on Day of Remembrance for Victims of Great Famine 90 Years Ago
In Ukraine, where Russia continues to invade, on the 26th, the day to commemorate the victims of the great famine caused by the Soviet Union at that time 90 years ago, public opinion for a thorough resistance against Russia is increasing.
Over 590,000 births by September, the lowest pace ever, falling below 800,000 per year
According to a summary by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the number of children born from January to September this year was more than 599,000, a decrease of about 30,000 from the previous year. The number of Japanese children born last year was over 810,000, and if the current pace continues, this year may fall below 800,000 for the first time since the start of national statistics.