5 killed 13 injured local police in central Guangzhou, China
In Guangzhou, southern China, on the evening of the 11th, a car ran out of control and hit people walking one after another, killing five people. The site is an area where many Japanese people live, but according to the local Japanese Consulate General, there is no information that Japanese people have been involved so far.
Instructions for matching the departure of all domestic flights in the United States due to system failure
FAA = On the 11th, due to system failure, the Federal Aviation Administration instructed all domestic flight departures to be postponed until 9:00 am Eastern time in the United States and 11:00 tonight Japan time, and to restore the system. announced that they are working on it.
“My husband died after working under the scorching sun.” Workers' compensation is recognized under the new karoshi death standard
Five years ago in the summer, my husband suddenly collapsed and died while working in the hot sun. However, because her overtime hours did not reach the so-called "death from overwork" line, she was not recognized as an industrial accident. According to the certification standards for work-related accidents that the government revised two years ago, if there is a burden on the working environment other than overtime hours, it will be recognized as a work-related accident. Harsh work under the scorching sun may meet new standards. Her wife filed a lawsuit seeking recognition of workers' compensation. (Osaka Broadcasting Station reporter Muneaki Takeuchi)
A police officer is a "hit shop" victim Drunk driving is discovered in the process of investigation Chiba
Two years ago, a police officer who was driving a private car in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture, was accused of "colliding with him" and was threatened with cash, and five gangsters were arrested. In the course of this investigation, it was also discovered that the victim's police officer was suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol at the time.
``Prime Minister Kishida had never done a faction job'' Seko
Regarding Prime Minister Kishida's continued chairmanship of the faction, Seko, Secretary-General of the House of Councilors of the Liberal Democratic Party, said, ``Prime Minister Kishida never did his job with a clear faction color.'' I showed the idea that the person should decide whether to leave.
[Video] Swimming giant squid Taken by a local diver Hyogo Toyooka
A giant squid that lives in the deep sea was found swimming off the coast of Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture, and was photographed by a local diver. Experts say that it is rare to be filmed swimming along the coast.
The Chinese authorities have temporarily suspended the issuance of visas to Japanese nationals, and the impact is spreading domestically as well. It is seen as a countermeasure against the strengthening of border measures by the Japanese government, and the Chinese side emphasized that it was an equal response. The Japanese government, which does not restrict the issuance of visas for Chinese visitors to Japan, is protesting against these measures. We have summarized the background of the suspension of visa issuance and the impact on the country.
Emergency patients "Cases that are difficult to transport" 7558 cases in a week Renew the highest number ever
In the week ending on the 8th of this month, there were 7,558 "difficult to transport" cases where emergency patients could not be accepted immediately, an increase of 400 from the previous week and a record high for the third consecutive week. However, I understood from the summary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Fire and Disaster Management Agency.
China Suspends Visa Issuance to Japanese "Justifiable and Reasonable Measures"
In response to the Chinese authorities' announcement to temporarily suspend the issuance of visas to Japanese nationals, a spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, It's a measure," he said, emphasizing that it was an equal response to discriminatory measures against China.
New treatment for Alzheimer's disease Approved in the United States In Japan?
"Seven million". This is the number of dementia patients aged 65 and over as of 2025, the year after next, estimated by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. Alzheimer's disease accounts for 60% to 70% of these cases, but there is still no fundamental cure. Under these circumstances, a new drug called "lecanemab" developed by major Japanese pharmaceutical company "Eisai" and others was approved in the United States on the 6th of this month, and it is expected that it will actually start to be used by patients. The advent of this drug may change the way dementia is treated. (Science and Culture Department reporter Hajime Oka)
Narita Airport Passenger Plane "Explosion Notice" Another Notice Call 5 Days Before Feature Similarity
On the 7th of this month, there was an incident in which a passenger plane heading from Narita to Fukuoka received a bomb threat. I was. Police are investigating the connection because the phones have similar characteristics.
All-Japan Men's Ekiden Hakone Ekiden Rikkyo University Coach Becomes Team Nagano Player
Rikkyo University, which led the team to participate in the Hakone Ekiden for the first time in 55 years, announced the members of the "National Men's Ekiden", which will be held in Hiroshima Prefecture for the first time in three years on the 22nd of this month. Manager Yuichiro Ueno has been entered as a player in the Nagano team.
Building fire in Chikusa Ward, Nagoya Spreads to at least 5 buildings No information on injuries
On the evening of the 11th, a fire broke out in a building that seems to be a work place and warehouse of a company that produces signboards in Chikusa Ward, Nagoya City, and according to the fire department, at least a total of five buildings are on fire. As of now, there are no reports of injuries, and firefighting activities are still ongoing.
A 21-year-old former employee was arrested on suspicion of causing injury to a resident while assisting in bathing
In September last year, a 21-year-old former employee of a nursing home in Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture, was arrested on suspicion of injuring a 59-year-old woman who had been in the facility and was accused of causing a serious burn by showering her with hot water. I was.
Prime Minister Kishida to hold talks with UK Prime Minister Sunak Confirm solidarity for G7 Hiroshima Summit
After this, Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting the United Kingdom, intends to hold a summit meeting with Prime Minister Sunak to confirm their solidarity toward the G7 Hiroshima Summit. The two leaders are also expected to sign the Japan-UK Facilitation Agreement, which stipulates how the Self-Defense Forces and British forces will conduct joint exercises.
Former teacher of corporal punishment that dislodged female student's chin Documents sent to prosecutors on suspicion of injury
In a high school softball club in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, a teacher who was an adviser hit a female student's cheek and injured her chin. Documents were sent for prosecution on suspicion.
“New drug for ALS, early approval in Japan” Patient group submits about 10,000 signatures
On the 11th, a patient group submitted approximately 10,000 signatures to the government seeking early approval in Japan for a drug for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, an intractable disease that has been approved overseas.
Prosecution of a 29-year-old ex-office worker who is illegally manufacturing homemade guns and explosives at home
A 29-year-old former office worker in Sapporo, who has been arrested in another case for making homemade guns and explosives with high lethality at home, has been prosecuted. In response to the police investigation, he said, ``I thought that regulations would be tightened due to the incident in which former Prime Minister Abe was shot, so I hurriedly bought the materials.''
Until Sunday, the temperature will be similar to late March to early April. Watch out for avalanches.
Due to warm air flowing into the sky, temperatures are expected to rise nationwide from the 12th to the 15th Sunday, reaching levels similar to those seen in late March and early April. The Japan Meteorological Agency calls for caution against avalanches, swollen rivers, and landslides, as snow melting may progress in areas with heavy snowfall.
JAXA experiment data rewrite Disposition such as severe warning to three executives including the president
JAXA: A research team headed by astronaut Satoshi Furukawa of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency was in charge of rewriting experimental data. announced that it did.
Aomori Dake Onsenkyo Ryokan closed due to drop in temperature and amount of hot spring water Time to restore
As nationwide travel support resumes, the temperature of the hot springs in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture has dropped, and many inns have closed. The local hot spring inn association believes that there was a problem with the equipment that pumps up the source, but it is expected to take time to restore.
[Video] "Don't fall" "Don't slip" lucky charm distribution
Before the full-scale exam season, five cities, including Toyokawa City in Aichi Prefecture, handed out amulets to pray for success in the motif of a manhole cover that is round and does not fall into holes.
Chocolate price hike before Valentine's Day
As prices continue to rise, the price of chocolate is also rising before next month's Valentine's Day. Some retailers in Tokyo are trying to keep the price low, such as changing the raw materials used.
Last year's best-selling car in Japan Honda "N-BOX" minicar for the first time in two years
Last year, Honda's "N-BOX" was the best-selling car in Japan, and minicars topped the list for the first time in two years.
A man involved in the attack on Professor Miyadai, even in Sagamihara, is on a security camera
At Tokyo Metropolitan University in Hachioji, Tokyo, professor and sociologist Shinji Miyadai was attacked with a knife and was seriously injured. , I learned from interviews with investigative officials that the neighboring city of Sagamihara was also caught on security cameras. It is also known that a DNA type was detected in a plastic bottle that the man was believed to have thrown away before the incident, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details.
Fukushima Koriyama 4 people fatal accident Confirmed with the owner's family of a light passenger car
Four people were killed in an accident in which a mini passenger car and a passenger car collided at an intersection in Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture on the 2nd of this month. Did.
Molesting students aiming for common test Precautions on the train [Details in Q&A]
Before the university entrance exam, the Metropolitan Police Department and railway operators are calling on users to be careful, saying that there is a risk of molesting students heading to the exam venue by train.
“Confidential documents in private office” President Biden “Full cooperation in investigation”
U.S. President Biden has acknowledged that classified documents from when he was vice president were reportedly found in his private office, and stressed that he is cooperating fully with the Justice Department's investigation. Did.
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force escort ship unable to navigate
Regarding the Maritime Self-Defense Force's escort ship in the Seto Inland Sea off the coast of Yamaguchi Prefecture, where the propeller failed and was unable to navigate on its own, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said, ``We take it very seriously, as it entails great danger.'' I showed a policy to proceed with the investigation.
25-year-old mother arrested for suspected severe burn on 3-year-old eldest daughter's back Yokohama
Four years ago, the police arrested a 25-year-old mother on suspicion of causing serious injuries to her 3-year-old daughter's back in her apartment in Yokohama. In response to her investigation, she denies her charges, saying, "I didn't do it."
Suspension of Chinese visa issuance “unilateral and extremely regrettable” Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno
Regarding the announcement by the Chinese authorities that they had temporarily suspended the issuance of visas to Japanese nationals, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said, "It is extremely regrettable that this is a unilateral measure," and protested to the Chinese side, and the measures were lifted. made it clear that he asked for
President Zelensky calls for further military aid in the intensification of the eastern offensive
Continuing its military invasion of Ukraine, Russia has repeatedly launched heavy artillery fire near the Ukrainian stronghold of Bakhmut in the east, deploying many fighters from a private military company. As the battle intensifies, Ukrainian President Zelensky called for further military assistance, saying, ``We can only compete with the latest equipment we can receive from our partners.''
Fast Retailing to raise domestic employee annual salary by up to about 40%
Fast Retailing, which operates UNIQLO, has decided to raise the annual income of its domestic employees by up to 40% from March this year. The aim is to respond to the international competition to acquire human resources, taking into account rising prices.
U.S. House of Representatives decides to establish a special committee on China to “counter the Chinese threat”
In the US House of Representatives, where the opposition party and the Republican Party occupy the majority, it was decided to set up a special committee to counter China's economic power and military threats, and in the future, the US stance toward China may become even stronger. I have.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 11th)
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 11th (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.)
Downward revision of global economic growth rate World Bank due to inflation and interest rate hikes
The World Bank has revised its global economic growth rate downward to 1.7%, 1.3 points lower than the previous forecast. It points out that the global economy is decelerating rapidly due to record inflation and unusual interest rate hikes, and that there is a danger of falling into a recession if the situation worsens.
Brazilian parliamentary invasion Approximately 600 women and children released Thorough investigation policy
Supporters of former President Bolsonaro invaded the Brazilian Congress and destroyed some of the facilities, and about 600 of the 1,500 people detained, including women and children, were released. , The Brazilian government plans to conduct a thorough investigation to clarify the whole story.
Foreign Minister Hayashi meets with foreign minister in Argentina to collaborate on stable supply of food, etc.
Foreign Minister Hayashi met with Foreign Minister Cafiero in Argentina, where he was visiting, and agreed to promote cooperation on issues such as the stable supply of food and energy.
Prime Minister Kishida arrives in the United Kingdom.
Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting member countries in Europe and the United States as the chair country of the G7 = seven major countries, arrived in the United Kingdom, the third destination, in the early hours of the 11th Japan time. Prime Minister Kishida and Prime Minister Sunak are expected to sign the "Japan-UK Facilitation Agreement" that stipulates how the Self-Defense Forces and British forces will conduct joint exercises.
Suspension of visa issuance for Japanese visitors to China Chinese Embassy in Tokyo
The Chinese embassy in Tokyo announced that it has temporarily suspended the issuance of visas to Japanese visitors to China from the 10th. The reason for the suspension of visa issuance has not been clarified, but it is believed to be a countermeasure against the strengthening of border measures by the Japanese government.
Prime Minister Kishida complains about continuing to be the chairman of the faction Former Prime Minister Suga
Former Prime Minister Suga of the Liberal Democratic Party told reporters during a visit to Vietnam, saying, "Nowadays, it is becoming difficult for the voices of the people to reach politics." I wonder if he left and served, ”he said, complaining that Prime Minister Kishida continues to be the chairman of the faction.
Over 60% NHK poll
While Prime Minister Kishida is seeking cooperation from the business world to realize a wage increase that exceeds the price increase rate, when asked in an NHK poll about how much wages will rise overall this year, he answered, "It will not rise." people exceeded 60%.
Golden Globe Award announced on the 11th Will animation movie "Inuoh" win?
The announcement of the Golden Globe Awards, which is considered a prelude to the Academy Awards in the United States, will be held on the 11th of Japan time. In Japanese movies, director Masaaki Yuasa's "Inuoh" has been nominated for the Animation Film Award, and attention will be paid to the outcome of the award.
The MSDF escort ship unable to navigate under its own power may have come into contact with rocks in shallow water with a depth of about 7m.
On the 10th, it was found that there was a shallow water about 7 meters deep around the route of the Maritime Self-Defense Force escort ship, which was unable to navigate on its own due to a screw failure in the Seto Inland Sea off the coast of Yamaguchi Prefecture. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) is investigating the detailed cause, assuming that it may have deviated from its normal course and hit rocks in shallow water.