Ski Jumping Women's World Cup Round 16 Sara Takanashi finishes 3rd for first podium of the season
The 16th round of the women's ski jumping World Cup was held in Germany on the 4th, and ace Sara Takanashi finished 3rd, her first podium of the season. Yuki Ito finished 4th, and Nozomi Maruyama finished 5th.
85-year-old woman dies Investigated on suspicion of robbery murder Fukushima Iwaki
On the night of the 3rd, an 85-year-old woman living in the house was found dead in a house in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture. started. After this, a press conference will be held at the Iwaki Minami Police Station from 10:00 pm.
Wide-area robbery `` Possibility of handing over all four on the 7th '' Philippine justice minister
Regarding the four suspects that Japan is requesting extradition in connection with the series of wide-area robberies that have been taking place nationwide, the Philippine Justice Minister told NHK on the 4th that the following day on the 6th of the week. Given that the trial of another case of two of them will be held, it was revealed that all four could be handed over on the 7th if the trial was dismissed.
US announces additional military aid, Russia criticizes for 'escalating conflict'
In response to the U.S. announcement of additional military assistance to Ukraine, including long-range rockets, as fierce fighting continues in eastern and southern Ukraine, the Russian side said, ``The U.S. is deliberately trying to escalate the conflict. I am there,” he retorts.
Hunting gun bullet Penetrates high school school bus door glass No injuries Chiba
On the morning of the 4th, a bullet shot by a man who was hunting in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, accidentally hit a school bus carrying a high school student and penetrated the glass of the door. No one was injured, but police are investigating the details.
More than 2 months until the unified local elections, soaring prices are also affecting the preparations of local governments
There are more than two months until the unified local elections in April. Preparations are in full swing in local governments around the country, but the impact of high prices is appearing here as well.
Attempted robbery and murder in Hiroshima A person similar to the suspect in Tokyo Nakano on the security camera
Security cameras near the site of an attempted robbery and murder in Hiroshima, one of a series of robberies that have sprung up across the country, showed images of two suspects who were arrested in another case in Tokyo. It turned out that a person was in the picture. The police believe that the Hiroshima incident was ordered by a person who called himself "Luffy", and are investigating the fact that he repeatedly committed crimes while changing members within the group.
Ehime off Imabari Cargo ship sinking accident Diving investigation is also unknown No clues for two people
On the 2nd, two cargo ships collided off the coast of Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture, and one ship sank. However, no clues about the two missing crew members were found.
Shogi "Kiosen" opens on the 5th Fujii five crowns and Watanabe two crowns are enthusiastic
Before the opening of one of the eight major shogi titles, the "Kiosen", Sota Fujii five crowns (20), the youngest ever to win the "Six Crowns", and Akiji Watanabe, the title holder aiming for the 11th consecutive victory of the "Kiosen". Crown (38) spoke of his enthusiasm.
Company employee arrested in Yokohama slashing case Before the incident Moved from Kawaguchi by train
On February 1, police suspected that a 62-year-old office worker living in Yokohama was injured in a series of three slashing incidents in Kawaguchi and Yokohama, Saitama Prefecture, on suspicion of being involved in the Yokohama incident. was arrested in According to interviews with people involved in the investigation, it was discovered that a security camera at JR Hodogaya Station near the scene of the incident captured what appeared to be a company employee just before the incident. It is possible that he traveled to Yokohama by train, and we are investigating the relationship with the incident in Kawaguchi. He denies the allegations against the investigation.
Local opposition to the new name of the elementary school to be integrated Mayor explains Tottori Kurayoshi
Due to the declining birthrate, schools are being integrated all over the country, and two elementary schools will be integrated in Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture. There was a local backlash against the newly decided school name, and Mayor Hirota of Kurayoshi asked for understanding, stating, "We will newly set the school song and school badge and start as a new school."
Prime Minister Kishida sacked Secretary Arai for remarks such as ``I don't want to see same-sex marriage''
Prime Minister Kishida dismissed Prime Minister Arai's remarks about same-sex marriage, saying that he "didn't want to even see it", saying that his remarks were outrageous and incompatible with the government's policy of aiming for a society that recognizes diversity. bottom.
Olympic bid-rigging case Minor competition Order adjustment by tying with desired competition
In a bid-rigging case involving bids for work related to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic test competitions, the Organizing Committee of the Games was concerned that no companies would participate in the bidding for some minor sports, and so requested another company. Interviews with people involved revealed that there was a suspicion that the companies that would receive orders were decided in advance in conjunction with the competition. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's special investigation department and others are believed to have led the fraudulent coordination of orders with the person in charge of advertising giant Dentsu, and are working to clarify the actual situation.
Arakawa's "weak point" Railroad bridge lower than embankment Groundbreaking ceremony for replacement work
A groundbreaking ceremony was held on the 4th to start full-scale replacement work of the railway bridge, which is lower than the embankment and has been regarded as a "weak point" on the Arakawa River, which may cause great damage to the metropolitan area if it floods. .
Shohei Ohtani may not participate in training camp for WBC Japan national team
Manager Nevin of the Major League Angels announced on the 3rd that Shohei Otani will start once during the team's camp period this month. If this pitch is an open game, it will be the 25th of this month at the earliest, so there is a high possibility that he will not participate in the training camp for the Japan national team, which will be held until the 27th Japan time.
U.S. announces delivery of 150-kilometer-range rockets to Ukraine
As the fierce battle between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues in eastern Ukraine, the United States has announced the provision of rockets with a range of about 150 kilometers to Ukraine, and there is a growing movement among Western countries to further strengthen military support.
Hiroshima robbery attempted murder case "Man who resembled the perpetrator before the incident" Preliminary preview?
Last year, a high-end watch store was attacked in Hiroshima City, and in an attempted robbery-murder case that is believed to be related to a series of wide-area robberies, the victim said, "Before the incident, I saw a man who looked like the perpetrator at the store. It was found in an interview with investigative officials that he explained that The police are investigating the possibility that the criminal group who gathered in Hiroshima from outside the prefecture may have made a preliminary inspection in advance.
Sapporo Snow Festival opens for the first time in three years, bustling with tourists
Sapporo City's winter tradition, the "Sapporo Snow Festival," has set up a venue for the first time in three years and opened on the 4th, and is crowded with many tourists.
Ehime off Imabari Cargo ship sank 2 people unknown Unmanned life raft found in surrounding waters
On the 2nd, two cargo ships collided off the coast of Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture, one ship sank, and two crew members were missing. rice field. The Japan Coast Guard is confirming whether it belongs to the sunken cargo ship and is continuing search activities.
Arrested office worker in Yokohama slashing case Investigation also related to Saitama case
Police suspected a 62-year-old office worker living in Yokohama on suspicion of being involved in the Yokohama incident, one of the three consecutive slashing incidents in Kawaguchi City and Yokohama City, Saitama Prefecture on the 1st of this month. Arrested. He denies the allegations against the investigation.
US secretary of state criticizes China for balloon flight but emphasizes continued diplomatic engagement
U.S. Secretary of State Brinken, who postponed a visit to China after a Chinese balloon flew over the mainland U.S., held a press conference and strongly condemned the Chinese side, while continuing diplomatic engagement. I emphasized some ideas.
The EU has shown continued support to Ukraine, but has not indicated a specific schedule for joining the EU.
EU=European Union President Michel and Chairman von der Leyen held talks with President Zelensky in Ukraine and reiterated the continuation of support. It was not.
Prime Minister Kishida considers dismissal of secretary Arai for saying ``I don't want to see'' same-sex marriage
Regarding the Prime Minister's secretary, Katsuki Arai, who said, "I don't even want to see it" regarding same-sex marriage, Prime Minister Kishida said, "It is outrageous and incompatible with the administration's policy. No," he said, and indicated that he would consider dismissing him.
"Rubella Day" Half of men in their 20s have insufficient antibodies
February 4th is Rubella Day. About half of the men in their 20s had insufficient antibodies against rubella, a research group at Chiba University and others compiled the results of a survey. I am calling for you.
Epsilon 6 failed to launch because plumbing was clogged
Regarding the launch failure of Japan's small rocket "Epsilon" No. 6, JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency has said that it is highly possible that the piping that sends fuel to the device that controls the direction of the rocket was blocked, so it did not work sufficiently. I'll take a look and investigate further.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (movement on the 4th)
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 4th (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.)
Cold wave in January Temperature difference between the sky and the sea near 60 degrees Snow clouds develop and become heavy snow
Observation at sea revealed that during the heavy snowfall in January, when the coldest air of this winter flowed in, there was a temperature difference of nearly 60 degrees between the sky and the surface of the Sea of Japan. The research group has analyzed that the development of snow clouds has intensified due to factors such as extremely strong cold air flowing over the relatively warm sea.
Wide area robbery group or 4 arrested in Hiroshima robbery Selling watches?
Police arrested four suspects aged between 18 and 27 on the 3rd in an attempted robbery-murder case that attacked a luxury watch store in Hiroshima City, in which a group of criminals involved in a series of wide-area robberies is believed to have been involved. bottom. Some of the watches stolen in the incident were found at a purchaser outside the prefecture, and the police are investigating that the suspects sold them to cash in.
US State Department announces postponement of China visit by Secretary of State Brinken
After it became clear that Chinese balloons were flying over the mainland of the United States, US Secretary of State Brinken said to China, "This is a clear violation of sovereignty." I have postponed my visit to China, which was scheduled to depart on the 4th of time.
Hacker group suspected of being involved with North Korea steals more than $1.6 billion in crypto assets
An American crypto-asset analysis company believes that crypto-assets stolen by a hacker group suspected of involvement with North Korea last year amounted to $1.65 billion, equivalent to approximately 210 billion yen. I summarized the results.
United Nations Human Rights Council Examining Japan's Human Rights Situation and Recommending Abolition of the Death Penalty
The United Nations Human Rights Council has reviewed the human rights situation in Japan and adopted a report containing recommendations to abolish the death penalty and improve the medical system in facilities housing foreigners.
NASA Mars rover Sample container placement completed Can it be brought back to Earth
NASA = National Aeronautics and Space Administration's probe, which continues to operate on Mars, has finished arranging containers filled with rocks etc. on the ground of Mars. The container is planned to be brought back to Earth by another spacecraft in the future.
Prime Minister Arai's secretary apologized for remarking that he did not want to see same-sex marriage
Regarding same-sex marriage, Prime Minister Arai said in an interview with reporters on the night of the 3rd that he did not want to see it. After this, Secretary Arai withdrew his remarks and apologized, saying, "I will withdraw if I am caught thinking that I am thinking of something discriminatory."