To investigate the actual situation of organ transplants overseas In response to the mediation case Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare research group
In response to the incident in which the director of an NPO was arrested on suspicion of violating the Organ Transplantation Law for arranging for organ donation to patients who wished to receive organ transplants overseas without obtaining government permission, next month A research group of the Ministry of Labor has decided to start a fact-finding survey on the number and situation of patients who have received organ transplants overseas.
“U.S. Weapons and Ammunition Stockpiles in Taiwan, Both Sides Discuss” Taiwan Defense Minister
Taiwan's defense ministry chief said the two sides are in talks to stockpile US weapons and ammunition in Taiwan. It is believed that the aim is to improve the ability to respond quickly in the event of an emergency in Taiwan and to keep China in check.
Foreign Minister's G20 Attendance "Without Consultation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs" Liberal Democratic Party Deputy Governor Aso
Regarding Foreign Minister Hayashi's postponement of attending the G20 = foreign ministers' meeting of 20 major countries last week due to deliberations in the Diet, Deputy President Aso of the Liberal Democratic Party said that there was no consultation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the party's board meeting. complained.
One month after big earthquake, 200,000 buildings damaged in Turkey
Six days will mark a month since the devastating earthquake in southern Turkey that killed nearly 52,000 people. In Turkey, 200,000 buildings were severely damaged, and many people continue to live in tents. In the background of the damage, rampant illegal construction and renovation have been pointed out. Criticism has also begun to turn to the administration, which has loopholes in the law and has not strictly cracked down.
Prime Minister Kishida to coordinate summit meeting with South Korean President Yun
In light of the South Korean government's announcement of a solution to the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War, Prime Minister Kishida will coordinate whether it will be possible to hold a summit meeting with President Yoon Sung-yeol in the second half of next week. is proceeding.
Former eugenics protection lawsuit Judgment ordering the government to compensate Sendai District Court
In a lawsuit in which two men in Miyagi Prefecture sought compensation from the government for being forced to undergo sterilization under the former Eugenic Protection Law, the Sendai District Court ordered the government to pay 16.5 million yen per person. rice field. This is the fifth case in a series of lawsuits that have taken place across the country to order compensation from the government.
Need to be vigilant?
In February, an 11-year-old girl in Cambodia died after contracting bird flu. Avian influenza is now raging in Japan, and the number of poultry farms where outbreaks have been confirmed and the number of chickens being disposed of has reached a record high. The type of virus detected is highly pathogenic "H5N1". Furthermore, there has been disturbing information that the virus has been detected in mammals that are closely related to humans. How likely is it that this virus will spread among humans? How vigilant should we be? I will tell you in detail.
One month after the Turkey/Syria earthquake “Mental care is important”
In six days it will be a month since the devastating earthquake in southern Turkey that killed nearly 52,000 people. It is said that more than 1.4 million victims are still forced to live in tents, and international aid organizations have pointed out the increasing importance of mental care for victims.
“Tiger Mask” Presents a suit for high school graduation celebration Gunma
A man from Maebashi City, who introduced himself as the main character of the manga "Tiger Mask" 13 years ago and gave school bags to children, gave a suit to a male student with whom he is still in contact to celebrate his graduation from high school.
Hyogo Nishinomiya Catholic church fire No information on injuries
On the evening of the 6th, there was a fire at a church in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, and firefighters are continuing to extinguish the fire. According to police and fire departments, there have been no reports of injuries so far.
Shohei Ohtani is the 3rd DH [breaking news] WBC Japan national team warm-up game with Hanshin
The Japanese national team aims to win the WBC (World Baseball Classic) for the first time in three tournaments since 2009. The warm-up game for the tournament, the Hanshin match, will be held from 6:00 pm on the 6th. Japan's major league team, Angels Shohei Otani, is the 3rd designated hitter. We will keep you updated.
University of Toyama Last year's general entrance exam was scored incorrectly 5 people failed
The University of Toyama announced that it found that there was a scoring error in the general entrance examination last February, and that five examinees at that time had been mistakenly rejected. The university apologizes to the five students, and after passing additional admissions, will allow applicants to enroll or transfer.
"H3" first machine to launch tomorrow, cancellation just before launch last month
Regarding the first unit of Japan's new main rocket "H3" whose launch was canceled last month, JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency will launch it again on the 7th, saying that there is a prospect of countermeasures. At the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture, the first unit was moved to the launch site on the evening of the 6th.
Antakya in southern Turkey Still has tents for evacuation.
In Antakya, the central city of Hatay Province, which was severely damaged by a major earthquake in southern Turkey, evacuation tents are still scattered all over the city, and some voices are concerned about the dwindling of aid. rice field.
The prosecution filed a special appeal to the Supreme Court in the case of robbery and murder in Hino, Shiga, 39 years ago
Prosecutors have lodged a special appeal with the Supreme Court, arguing that the Osaka High Court's decision to allow a retrial of a man who died in prison in a robbery-murder case that occurred in Hino, Shiga Prefecture, 39 years ago. . As a result, the final decision on whether to grant a retrial will take even longer.
``Inappropriate handling of juvenile training school'' The bereaved family of the murder case to file a lawsuit seeking compensation from the government
Three years ago, a 15-year-old boy at a commercial facility in Fukuoka City, who had just been released from juvenile training school on parole, murdered a woman. It turned out that the government will file a lawsuit seeking compensation of more than 61 million yen, saying that it led to the incident.
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry “Japan-Korea Director-General Level Dialogue on Export Control to South Korea to be Held Soon”
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has announced that it will soon hold a policy dialogue at the director-general level between the governments of Japan and South Korea regarding the tightening of export controls to South Korea, such as raw materials for semiconductors.
South Korea “Suspends WTO lawsuit against Japan’s export control measures”
In 2019, the Japanese government took measures to tighten export controls for semiconductor raw materials to South Korea, as well as the ruling ordering Japanese companies to compensate in a lawsuit over "requisition" during the Pacific War. Regarding the lawsuit against the WTO = World Trade Organization, he said, "We have decided to suspend the dispute settlement procedure while consultations with Japan are being held."
12 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake Survey of 1,000 people living in the three affected prefectures
It will be 12 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake on the 11th of this month. NHK conducted an online survey of 1,000 people in their 20s to 50s who live in the disaster areas of Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima and are the core of the "working generation." We will think about the future of the disaster area by asking the "young generation" who will be responsible for the future of the disaster area about the issues of the city, the current situation of the earthquake disaster, and what they are thinking now.
Man missing in Hokkaido backcountry confirmed dead after discovery
On the 5th, a man who was backcountry skiing at "Pekerebetsudake" in Shimizu-cho, Hokkaido was caught in an avalanche and went missing. has been confirmed. Police are investigating the missing skier.
Wrestling Shozo Sasahara dies at the age of 93 Gold medal at the Melbourne Olympics
Shozo Sasahara, a gold medalist in men's wrestling at the Melbourne Olympics and president of the Japan Wrestling Association, has passed away. he was 93 years old.
Ritsumin, etc. submitted a bill to amend the Civil Code to legalize same-sex marriage.
In order to establish the rights of LGBT and other sexual minorities, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan and others have submitted a bill to the Diet to amend the Civil Code to legalize same-sex marriage.
Korean government announces solution to "requisition" problem
In the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War, the South Korean government proposed a solution in which an existing foundation under the South Korean government would make payments to the plaintiffs instead of the Japanese companies that were ordered to pay compensation in court. Announced. This is the reaction of the Japanese government.
Prime Minister on the issue of ``recruitment'' ``take over the position of successive cabinets as a whole''
In relation to the issue of "requisition" during the Pacific War, Prime Minister Kishida was asked about his historical recognition of Japan-Korea relations, and emphasized his intention to take over the position of successive cabinets as a whole and respond.
South Korean government announces solution to 'recruitment' issue South Korean foundation to pay
In the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War, the South Korean government proposed a solution in which an existing foundation under the South Korean government would make payments to the plaintiffs instead of the Japanese companies that were ordered to pay compensation in court. Announced. By hastening the resolution of the biggest pending issue, I would like to advance the improvement of Japan-South Korea relations, which has been said to be the worst since the war.
North Korea “Fixed guarantees for launching various satellites”
North Korea's National Space Development Agency said, ``We have a firm guarantee that we can launch various satellites,'' and said that preparations will be completed by next month. I emphasized my willingness to move forward. There is a possibility that North Korea will repeatedly launch de facto long-range ballistic missiles under the guise of ``launching artificial satellites,'' and related countries are closely watching trends.
Russia Intensified attacks on Bakhmut, etc. Increased civilian casualties President thoroughly resisted
Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine, is aiming to seize control of the eastern Donetsk province, intensifying attacks on one of the Ukrainian bases, such as Bakhmut, and civilian casualties continue to increase. In response, Ukrainian President Zelensky said, ``We will endure this battle and we will win,'' reiterating the stance of thorough resistance.
Started disposing of about 680,000 bird flu birds at Niigata Tainai poultry farm
A highly pathogenic avian influenza virus with a high fatality rate was detected in dead chickens at a poultry farm in Tainai City, Niigata Prefecture, and the prefecture began to dispose of approximately 680,000 chickens raised at this poultry farm.
Smoke from large bus on Fukuoka Kyushu Expressway No information on injuries
According to the fire department, around 9:10 am on the 6th, there was a report that "smoke is coming out of a large bus" near the "Miyanojin bus stop" on the outbound line of the Kyushu Expressway in Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture. is.
House fire in Mobara, Chiba 2 people could not be contacted
On the morning of the 6th, there was a fire that burned a house in Mobara City, Chiba Prefecture, and the police are confirming that they have not been able to contact the two people who live in this house.
Report of more than 1,000 health damage at 52 girls' schools in Iran due to toxic substances
In Iran, even this month, students attending girls' schools in various places have been suffering from symptoms that are thought to be caused by toxic substances, and more than 1,000 people in more than 50 schools have been affected. The government says it is investigating the cause, but citizens have voiced their concerns, and cabinet ministers have apologized.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 6th)
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 regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 6th (Japan time), including 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.)
82-year-old man who returned his license Driving a car on private land A woman who was hit died
On the 5th, an 82-year-old part-time employee who had already returned his license was arrested in the precincts of a temple in Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, driving a car and hitting a woman who was visiting a grave. The woman was confirmed dead at the hospital to which she was transported, and police are investigating the details of the accident. According to the police, the scene is private property and is not recognized as a road, so it is not considered driving without a license.
Widespread smartphone payment Survey results asking for review of fees, etc. JFTC
With the spread of payment services using smartphones, the Japan Fair Trade Commission has summarized the results of a survey requesting banks to consider revising, saying that the reduction of transfer fees to banks borne by business operators is not sufficient. rice field.
Rapid increase in construction of logistics facilities due to expansion of online shopping Labor shortage is an issue, measures are progressing
With the expansion of online shopping, the construction of logistics facilities is rapidly increasing. As labor shortages become an issue in the logistics industry, facilities are also devising ways to secure personnel and making efforts toward unmanned deliveries in the future.
Restaurant chain price hikes this month too Steak prices may rise by 8-19%
In response to soaring raw material prices, there is a growing movement among restaurant chains to raise menu prices this month as well.
Russia Intensifies attacks in Bakhmut Bombardment of houses in the eastern and southern areas Civilian casualties
Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine, is aiming to seize control of Donetsk Oblast in the eastern part of the country. continue.
``Recruitment'' problem South Korean government announces solution today
Regarding the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War, the Korean government will announce the solution that it has been considering so far on the 6th. It is expected that a foundation under the South Korean government will pay the plaintiffs on behalf of the Japanese company that was ordered to pay compensation in the court.
Decrease in miscarriages expected Osaka University
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare filed an application from Osaka University asking that pre-implantation testing, which examines the chromosomes of fertilized eggs and returns those without abnormalities to the uterus, be carried out as "advanced medical care" that can be used in combination with treatments covered by insurance. It was approved at the expert meeting, and it is expected to be implemented as early as next month. Other universities have also applied for implementation, and it is believed that there is a possibility that it will spread in the future.
A month after the Great Turkey-Syria earthquake, turmoil continues, continuous support needed
Six days will mark a month since the devastating earthquake in southern Turkey that killed nearly 52,000 people. In Turkey, 200,000 buildings were severely damaged, and many people continue to live in tents as refugees.