High Court also approves retrial Bereaved family "I want to clear my father's regret"
39 years ago, a woman who ran a liquor store in Hino Town, Shiga Prefecture was murdered and her safe was stolen. Following the Otsu District Court five years ago, we decided to allow a retrial = redo the trial. The bereaved family complained, ``I was able to go up one more flight of stairs toward retrial innocence.I want to clear his father's regret.''
Influenza vaccine Nasal solution to be approved for the first time in Japan
A subcommittee of experts from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has approved the use of a nasal spray vaccine for influenza vaccination. This is the first time that this form of vaccine has been approved in Japan.
Snowboard World Championship Men's Slopestyle Kimata wins silver
20-year-old Roma Kimata won the silver medal in the men's slopestyle at the World Snowboard Championships. It is the first time for a Japanese man to win a medal in this event at the World Championships.
Fukushima Minamisoma robbery injury case 20-year-old suspect arrested in Tokyo
On the 26th, multiple men broke into a house in Minamisoma City, Fukushima Prefecture, seriously injured an elderly man living in the house, and took away cash and precious metals. On the 27th, the police arrested a 20-year-old suspect in Tokyo on suspicion of robbery injury, and are investigating the whereabouts of other people who may have been involved.
Retrial decision for robbery-murder case 39 years ago ``Prompt revision of law'' JFBA
The Japan Federation of Bar Associations held a press conference after the Osaka High Court issued a decision to allow a retrial of a robbery-murder case that occurred in Hino Town, Shiga Prefecture 39 years ago. Taking this opportunity, he appealed that the law on retrial procedures should be revised immediately.
Japan Coast Guard patrol boat Encounter a pod of dolphins in the bay Run side by side and swim Nagasaki Tsushima
Nagasaki Prefecture's Tsushima Coast Guard announced that a patrol boat that was on patrol in Aso Bay, Tsushima City, encountered a pod of dolphins. The Japan Coast Guard says encounters with dolphins in the bay are rare.
"Was your effort wasted?" Deaf daughter future income is 85% of the average
Five years ago, a hearing-impaired girl died in a traffic accident in Ikuno Ward, Osaka, and the bereaved family sought compensation for damages. At issue is the future earnings that the girls were supposed to have. The Osaka District Court has ruled that it will be calculated based on 85% of the average wage of all workers. The bereaved family complains that the ruling recognizes discrimination. (Osaka Broadcasting Station reporter Muneaki Takeuchi)
“What’s inside a smartwatch” as seen by doctors
A smartwatch is a wristwatch-type information terminal that has come to be seen in a wide range of generations. I don't think there are many people who wear it just to check the time. Some estimate that the number of vehicles sold in fiscal 2021 will exceed 3 million units, a threefold increase in five years. Today, there are various types of devices that can measure the state of the human body, such as heart rate and blood oxygen saturation. Based on this data, there are cases where the date and time of death of a corpse that has been long since death has been determined. One senior police officer said it was "unusual". He interviewed the site where the use spreads. (Kobe Broadcasting Station Reporter Mizuha Ide)
Putin “Continues Invasion” to President Zelensky “Recapture Territory”
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on the 26th that he would "take back all the peoples and things captured by Russia" and will fight to recapture all territories, including southern Crimea, which Russia unilaterally annexed. Posture emphasized. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin praised his military associates and reaffirmed his commitment to continuing the invasion of Ukraine.
China opposes new US sanctions, including export restrictions to Chinese companies
Regarding the new sanctions against Russia and other countries announced by the Biden administration in the United States over the military invasion of Ukraine, including export restrictions on Chinese companies, China's Foreign Ministry said, ``I am deeply dissatisfied. We strongly oppose it," he said, revealing that he had made a solemn request to the United States.
Female self-defense officer sues the country “Not taking appropriate measures for reporting sexual harassment”
A female Air Self-Defense Force officer claims that she was sexually harassed by a male member while working at Naha Air Base, but the Self-Defense Force did not take appropriate measures to prevent recurrence. I filed a lawsuit seeking compensation with the Tokyo District Court.
Prime Minister Kishida “Doubling the children's budget, it's not about the numbers” Lower House Budget Committee
Regarding the doubling of the children's budget, which he himself proposed, Prime Minister Kishida was asked by the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan at the House of Representatives Budget Committee on the 27th about the specific criteria for doubling, saying, "It's not about the numbers." After sorting out the necessary policies, I emphasized the idea of showing the outline.
Prime Minister's visit to Ukraine “Preliminary report to the Diet may be omitted” LDP
Regarding Prime Minister Kishida's visit to Ukraine, which the government continues to consider, LDP chairman Takagi Takagi has indicated that it is possible to omit a preliminary report to the Diet in order to ensure safety.
More than 50,000 people died three weeks after the Great Earthquake in Turkey and Syria.
On the 27th, it has been three weeks since the massive earthquake that struck southern Turkey on the 6th of this month. In Turkey and Syria, the combined death toll has surpassed 50,000, and rebuilding the lives of those who have lost family members or jobs in the affected areas is an issue.
Truck overturned on Chugoku Expressway Pigs are blocked on the road Yamaguchi Iwakuni
Before noon on the 27th, there was an accident on the Chugoku Expressway in Iwakuni City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, in which a large truck carrying a pig on its platform overturned. Pigs jumped out onto the highway due to the momentum of the fallen truck, and the surrounding section is closed to traffic.
Future income of hearing-impaired girls “85% of average worker wage” Osaka District Court
In a court ruling that disputed how to calculate the future earnings of a hearing-impaired girl who died in a traffic accident, the Osaka District Court ruled based on 85% of the average wages of all workers. made a decision to
New fiscal year budget to be passed by the House of Representatives tomorrow
Regarding the deliberation schedule of the budget for the new fiscal year, the chairman of the Diet measures committee of the Liberal Democratic Party and the Constitutional Democratic Party met and agreed to vote at the House of Representatives Budget Committee on the 28th and immediately vote at the plenary session. As a result, the budget bill will pass the House of Representatives on the 28th, and it is expected that it will be enacted within the fiscal year.
Aiming for domestic production of advanced semiconductors "Rapidus" to build a factory in Chitose, Hokkaido
Eight major Japanese companies have invested in Rapidus, which aims to domestically produce cutting-edge semiconductors. On the 28th, Rapidus President Atsuyoshi Koike is expected to visit Hokkaido and meet with Governor Suzuki and others to formally announce the construction of the new factory.
WBC Japan national team end of training camp in Miyazaki Director Kuriyama "Good time"
The training camp of the Japanese national baseball team held in Miyazaki City for the WBC = World Baseball Classic ended on the 27th, and manager Hideki Kuriyama said, "I believe that we can win if we let the players demonstrate their power. I am,” he said, expressing his enthusiasm for the tournament.
Suspect arrested for poisoning his partner with tape containing anesthetic ingredients
A woman in Itabashi-ku, Tokyo was arrested on suspicion of causing injury and death, saying that she had died by attaching a tape containing an analgesic component that had an analgesic effect, which was prescribed to her, to her dating partner. In response to her investigation, she said, "I didn't think she would die."
2 Annie Awards "ONI ~ Kamigamiyama no Ori" Voices of joy from those involved Kanazawa
The announcement of the Annie Award, which is called the "Academy Award of the anime world", was held on the 26th of Japan time, and "ONI ~ Kamigamiyama no Ori" produced by an animation studio based in Kanazawa City was selected as the best work award. I was. The day after receiving the award, in Kanazawa, the people involved expressed their joy.
Murder robbery case 39 years ago admitted to retrial Osaka High Court for a man who died in prison
39 years ago, in a robbery-murder case in Hino Town, Shiga Prefecture, the man was sentenced to life imprisonment even though he claimed his innocence. Subsequently, a decision was made to allow a retrial = a redo of the trial.
Humanitarian assistance to North Korea ``Considering without excluding all options'' Chief Cabinet Secretary
With regard to the abduction issue by North Korea, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno accepted the voice of the family associations for the early return of all victims, and considered future responses without excluding the provision of humanitarian assistance to North Korea. I showed my thoughts on the future.
[Breaking news] Bank of Japan governor candidate Kazuo Ueda hears policy in the House of Councilors
On the 14th of this month, the government submitted to the Diet a plan to appoint economist Kazuo Ueda, a former deliberative committee member of the Bank of Japan, to succeed Kuroda as Governor of the Bank of Japan. On the 24th of last week, three candidates for the governorship and vice-president's position were heard and questioned at the House of Representatives Operational Committee, and after 1:00 p.m. is being questioned. We will provide a quick report on Mr. Ueda's beliefs and the exchange of questions.
Halal-certified Kobe beef to be exported to Saudi Arabia for the first time
"Kobe Beef", a high-class Japanese beef that is gaining popularity overseas, will be exported for the first time to Saudi Arabia in the Middle East. We would like to expand consumption in the Middle East, where there are many wealthy people.
New cat carcass in a conspicuous place Police investigate related Saitama city
In the middle of this month, another dead cat was found on the 26th in Saitama City, where a mutilated cat corpse was found in schools and parks. In two incidents, the cats were placed in public places, and police are also investigating the relationship.
President Zelensky sacks military commander in Donbass, emphasizes recapture of all territories
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has dismissed the commander-in-chief of the military commander in charge of fighting Russian forces in the eastern Donbass region. President Zelensky has not given a reason for his dismissal, but he has reiterated his willingness to fight for the recapture of all territories.
Prince Akishino and his wife arranged to attend the coronation ceremony of King Charles of England
I learned from interviews with people involved that arrangements are underway for Prince Akishino and his wife to attend the coronation ceremony of King Charles of England in May this year.
Takakeisho aiming for the Grand Sumo Spring Tournament "Tsunatori" "I want to be a spirited sumo wrestler"
The rankings for next month's Grand Sumo Tournament Spring Tournament were announced, and ozeki Takakeisho, who aims to become a ``Tsunatori'', said at a press conference, ``This kind of scene will never come again in my sumo life. I want to," he said with determination.
House of Councilors member Gersey answered, "Attend the plenary session and read the apology."
NHK Party Member of the House of Councillors Gersey, who was punished for "apologizing on the floor of the Diet" for a series of absences from the Diet, submitted a reply to the House of Councilors Steering Committee, stating, "I will attend the plenary session and read aloud the apology." Did.
Seiya Suzuki, selected by WBC, will not participate in the open game on the 26th and will undergo an MRI examination
Major League Baseball Cubs announced that Seiya Suzuki, who missed the open game due to left flank tension, will not participate in the open game on the 26th and will undergo an MRI examination at a hospital in Arizona.
Shohei Ohtani hit three bases in his first at-bat in an open-air game for the first time
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani suddenly hit three bases in his first turn at bat in his first open game.
Boat carrying migrants capsizes on Italian coast, killing 59, including young children
A boat carrying migrants from Afghanistan and other countries capsized near the Italian coast, killing 59 people, including young children.
Unused state-owned land and prime land in urban areas shift from “selling” to “leasing”
The Ministry of Finance has changed its policy of gaining income from the sale of government-owned land that is not being used, as a general rule, to a policy of renting only prime land in urban areas to earn rental income. We would like to be able to respond in the future when the use of land becomes necessary for the construction of public facilities.
While the Russian army intensifies its offensive in the eastern part, it may be exhausted due to the “destruction of armored vehicles”
In Ukraine, the Russian military has intensified its attack on Bakhmut, a stronghold in the eastern Donetsk Oblast, and the Ukrainian side says there are casualties among civilians. On the other hand, the British Ministry of Defense confirmed that the armored vehicles of the Russian army's elite troops were destroyed in the same Donetsk province, and it can be seen that the military power is exhausted.
Accidents at school such as falls Report requested by Consumer Accident Investigation
The Safety Investigation Committee of the Consumer Affairs Agency, the so-called "Consumer Accident Investigation Commission", is working to prevent children from falling from school windows or being crushed under fallen goalposts. The plan is to compile a report and request the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology to conduct emergency inspections of high-risk areas in schools nationwide.
Osaka High Court decides today whether to approve retrial of Shiga robbery murder case 39 years ago
39 years ago, a life imprisonment was confirmed for a robbery murder case that occurred in Hino Town, Shiga Prefecture, and the Osaka High Court will decide whether to allow a retrial on the 27th for a man who died while serving the sentence. . Five years ago, the Otsu District Court made a decision to approve a retrial, and the decision of the High Court is drawing attention.
Deaf girl's fatal accident Judgment on income prospects to be decided by Osaka District Court
On the 27th, the bereaved family sought compensation for the traffic accident in which a deaf girl died in Osaka five years ago. Attention is focused on whether to calculate the expected income of girls in the future based on the "average wage of all workers" or the "average wage of hearing-impaired people", which is only 60% of that.
Three weeks after the Great Earthquake in Turkey and Syria, mental care for victims
On the 27th, it will be three weeks since the massive earthquake that struck southern Turkey on the 6th of this month. In Turkey and Syria, the combined death toll has surpassed 50,000, and more than 1.91 million people in Turkey have been forced to evacuate.
Provide water containing sodium hypochlorite or transport 3 people Osaka hotel
On the night of the 26th, water containing sodium hypochlorite was provided to customers at a restaurant in a hotel in Izumisano City, Osaka, and three people were transported to the hospital. All three are said to have minor injuries.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 27th)
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 27th (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.)