Former professional baseball pitcher Satoshi Iriki dies in car accident
Satoshi Iriki from Miyakonojo City, Miyazaki Prefecture, who was active as a pitcher in professional baseball Yakult and Giants, died in a traffic accident while driving a car in the city on the night of the 10th.
Residents' briefing session at a park that was decided to be abolished Mayor of Nagano "Judgment including continuation of abolition"
On the 11th, the first resident information session was held over the park that Nagano City decided to abolish due to complaints about noise from nearby residents. I want to," and did not specify the response.
Russian military fires more than 100 missiles; battle escalates a year before invasion
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry announced on the 10th that the Russian military had attacked infrastructure facilities in various parts of Ukraine with more than 100 missiles. It seems that
Video of woman who died at immigration can be viewed in court State of deterioration of physical condition
In a lawsuit in which the bereaved family of a Sri Lankan woman who died at an immigration facility in Nagoya City is seeking compensation from the government, part of the footage of the detained woman presented by the government as evidence was part of the civil lawsuit record. If you follow the viewing procedure, you can now watch it in court. The video recorded a woman's physical condition worsening in a room in the facility.
Turkey earthquake Severe food shortages in northern Syria Appeal for support from NGOs
Due to the severe earthquake near the Syrian border in southern Turkey, the lack of food and fuel in northern Syria, which is difficult to reach, is becoming a serious problem. I sued.
Spring labor offensive also moves to raise wages for non-regular workers Some voices say that small and medium-sized enterprises are “difficult”
While the focus is on how far wage increases will spread in this year's spring labor offensive, there are also moves to raise the wages of non-regular workers.
Olympic bid rigging case change bidding method Turn some vendors into subcontractors and adjust orders
In the bid-rigging case involving the arrest of the former deputy director of the organizing committee of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics and the former executives of Dentsu Inc., the method of ordering work by bidding was not "for each sport" as originally envisioned. According to interviews with people involved, there is a suspicion that the former deputy director and others were coordinating orders by subcontracting contractors who could not expect to receive orders at venues where multiple competitions were held. I was.
When researchers take a serious look...
What do you think of when you hear the word mermaid? It often appears in movies, dramas, and comics. Such mermaids are preserved as mummies at temples in Okayama Prefecture. mermaid? It's supposed to be a fantasy creature in the first place... and a mummy? Is this mummy really a mermaid? Researchers spent a year studying it scientifically and seriously.
Representative Izumi Ritsumin Appointment as Governor of the Bank of Japan
Regarding Prime Minister Kishida's intention to appoint economist Kazuo Ueda as the successor to Governor Kuroda of the Bank of Japan, Izumi, the leader of the Constitutional Democratic Party, will decide whether to review the current large-scale monetary easing. He also expressed his thoughts on deciding whether to approve or disapprove of personnel proposals.
Snowboarding Hirano and Ono win first overall Halfpipe World Cup
The final round of the Snowboard Halfpipe World Cup was held in Canada, where the men's Ruka Hirano and the women's Miki Ono both won their third consecutive World Cup victory. Hirano and Ono won their first overall victory in this event.
Soccer J League "Super Cup" Yokohama F. Marinos wins first victory
In the first official match of the J.League soccer season this season, the "Super Cup" was held at the National Stadium, where the previous season's J1 champions and the team that won the Emperor's Cup faced off against Ventforet Kofu. 1 and won the championship for the first time.
Interest in Takeshima: 64%, the same percentage as the poll three years ago
According to a public opinion poll conducted by the government of Shimane Prefecture regarding Takeshima, 64% of the respondents answered that they had an interest in Takeshima, which is the same percentage as the results of the previous survey three years ago, although the survey methods differed.
5 days after the earthquake in Turkey Rescue activities continue Evacuation life is also severe cold
Five days have passed since the earthquake near the Syrian border in southern Turkey, and more than 23,000 people have been killed in both countries so far. As a result of desperate rescue operations, survivors were rescued from under the rubble.
Kanto Koshin Temperature rises rapidly and snow melts Be careful of avalanches along the mountains
In Kanto-Koshin, where snow fell in various places on the 10th, the temperature is rising due to the high pressure, and it is expected that the temperature will be around 10 degrees higher than the day before, and it will be as warm as early March in various places. Watch out for avalanches along the mountains.
``Invited by SNS'' worker arrested on suspicion of defrauding cash
Last year, a 46-year-old worker was arrested for defrauding a woman in her 80s out of 1 million yen in cash by pretending to be an employee of a financial institution. The worker is believed to be the "receiver" of the recipient of cash, etc., and has stated that he was "repeatedly invited by SNS".
Prime Minister Kishida goes to clinic for surgery for chronic sinusitis
Prime Minister Kishida entered a clinic in Tokyo on the morning of the 11th to undergo surgery for chronic sinusitis, which causes nasal congestion.
Wide area robbery 8th person arrested in Nakano-ku, Tokyo robbery case of about 30 million yen
Among the series of wide-area robberies, it was found that the Metropolitan Police Department arrested a suspect in his 20s in a case in which approximately 30 million yen in cash was stolen in Nakano Ward, Tokyo last year. The eighth person was arrested, and some members of the group were suspected of being involved in other incidents in Tokyo. I'm here.
Olympic rigging case Dentsu advises organization committee's support team to create specifications
In the bid-rigging case involving the arrest of the former deputy director of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics Organizing Committee and former executives of advertising giant Dentsu, Dentsu established an internal team to support the organizing committee's ordering operations. Through interviews with related parties, it was newly found that they advised on how to raise the price and how to create bidding specifications. The Special Investigation Department of the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office believes that Dentsu, which was also participating in the bidding, and the organization committee of the orderer worked together to manage the bidding process, and are now investigating the actual situation.
US puts six business groups on embargo list for being involved in Chinese military balloon manufacturing
In response to the Chinese balloon crossing the mainland of the United States, the Biden administration of the United States announced that it will add six companies and organizations to the de facto embargo list, saying that they are involved in the manufacture of balloons used for reconnaissance by the Chinese military. Did.
``Not covered by industrial accidents'' Work style of housekeepers Survey by Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare for the first time in about 60 years
With regard to so-called housekeepers, there is a movement to appeal to the courts and demand improvement, saying that it is not suitable for the times that it is not covered by workers' compensation. started.
Former Russian state TV employee who appealed against the war during the broadcast tells how he escaped
Last year, during the broadcast of a news program on Russian state television, a former employee who went into the studio and protested against the war held a press conference in Paris, France, and told the story of how she escaped from Russia out of fear of being detained by the authorities. rice field.
Kanto Koshin Temperature rises around 10 degrees from yesterday Warning of avalanche along the mountain
On the 10th, in Kanto-Koshin, where snow fell widely, there is still snow left, mainly in the inland areas, so please be careful of freezing roads. Temperatures are expected to rise by around 10 degrees from the 10th during the day, so be careful of avalanches along the mountains.
Bank of Japan to Appoint Kazuo Ueda as Governor of Monetary Policy
Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to appoint economist Kazuo Ueda, a former deliberative committee member of the Bank of Japan, to succeed Kuroda, the governor of the Bank of Japan, whose term will expire in April this year. It is the first time that a scholar-turned governor has been elected since the end of World War II.
“Fighter shot down 'something' over Alaska,” US announced
A senior White House official has announced that a fighter jet shot down an object flying over Alaska. It is unknown at this time who was flying and for what purpose, so the US military will proceed with the recovery work of the wreckage and rush to clarify.
[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.)
[Updated from time to time] Turkey earthquake kills more than 23,000, rescue efforts continue
A massive earthquake near the Syrian border in southern Turkey has killed more than 23,000 people in both Turkey and Syria so far. Rescue activities are continuing locally, and in southern Turkey, a couple left under the rubble was rescued on the 10th, more than 100 hours after the earthquake. It summarizes the latest information such as the local situation and the movement of relief in each country. (*In principle, the time difference between Japan and Turkey is expressed in Japan time, which is 6 hours.)
Animated film based on manga "SLAM DUNK" becomes a big hit in Korea
In South Korea, an animated film based on the Japanese basketball manga "SLAM DUNK" continues to be number one in terms of viewership, with a total of over 2.5 million viewers, making it a record hit for a Japanese film.