UN Secretary-General Guterres to visit Ukraine
UN Secretary-General António Guterres will travel to Ukraine's capital Kyiv via Poland to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on the 8th. Secretary General Guterres said he is already in Poland. A UN spokesman said the talks with President Zelensky would include the continuation of the agreement on the export of Ukrainian agricultural products, which expires on March 18.
"Weak robot" to be released
Home robots developed under the theme of "weak robots" will be released for the general public. While there is no function to help with daily life, people who have purchased it in advance have said that it is "healing and attachment."
``Over 100 Japanese soldiers died in battle'' Investigation by the country to collect remains Okinawa Iejima
A U.S. military document has been found that describes the approximate location of the place where more than 100 Japanese soldiers are said to have died on Ie Island, a remote island in the northern part of the main island of Okinawa, which became one of the fiercest battlefields in the Battle of Okinawa at the end of the Pacific War. In response, the person in charge of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare visited the island on the 7th and began a survey to collect the remains.
WBC Shohei Ohtani No. 3 DH [Breaking News] Japan National Team vs. Orix
On the 7th, the Japan national team of the WBC = World Baseball Classic is facing the final warm-up match against Orix, two days before the first match. Shohei Otani of the Major League Angels, who hit two home runs in a row in the warm-up game on the 6th, became the third designated hitter in this game as well. In No. 4, Masanao Yoshida, who transferred to the Major League Red Sox this season, moved up one position in the batting order. It's a match against Orix of the old nest. The game started just after 7pm. We will keep you updated. Ori 0 Japan
There is also a movement for an early settlement in response to the union's request before the spring battle intensive answer date
Negotiations for the spring offensive are in full swing, but this year there is a movement to settle early by responding to the demands of the union without waiting for the concentrated response date, mainly for major companies.
Rep. Garthy will not return to Japan and will be absent from tomorrow's plenary session
On the 7th, NHK Party member of the House of Councillors Gersey, who continues to be absent from the Diet, revealed on his Instagram that he would not return to Japan and would be absent from the plenary session on the 8th, which had been asked to apologize for the disciplinary action. Did.
Administrative document of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Rimin ``Changed interpretation that power can intervene in broadcasting''
Regarding the administrative document of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications concerning the interpretation of ``political fairness'' stipulated by the Broadcasting Law, the Constitutional Democratic Party pointed out that ``the document shows that the interpretation that state power can intervene in broadcasting has been created.'' In response, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications repeatedly explained that it did not change the interpretation of the Broadcast Law.
Ukraine Bakhmut does not withdraw and resists Russia side has a large loss of troops
Ukrainian President Zelensky has reiterated his willingness to fight against Bakhmut in the eastern part of the country, where fierce fighting with Russia continues. On the other hand, there is also a view that the Russian side, which is focusing on seizing Bakhmut, has lost a large amount of military strength, such as elite troops.
“Serious labor shortage” Union of after-school childcare workers Requests the government to improve treatment
As the number of users of after-school care for elementary school students from dual-income households has increased, a union made up of staff has requested the government to improve their treatment, saying that there is a serious labor shortage.
Ground Self-Defense Force "Ishigaki Garrison" decided to open on the 16th Strengthening the defense of the southwest region
At the cabinet meeting on the 7th, the government decided to open the "Ishigaki Garrison" on the 16th of this month, which will be the first base of the Ground Self-Defense Force on Ishigaki Island in Okinawa Prefecture.
Judo Shohei Ohno “No retirement” Heading to England for two years for instructor training
Shohei Ono, who won the judo men's 73-kg class at the Olympics for the second time in a row, held a press conference and revealed that he will be sent to England for two years from next fiscal year to train instructors. On top of that, regarding his future career, he said, ``There is no retirement for judoka.
“Chinese intervention in Canadian general election” report Prime Minister Trudeau to full-scale investigation
In Canada, Prime Minister Trudeau announced a plan to conduct a full-scale investigation into whether China interfered in the general election held in 2019 in response to a series of reports from last month that China interfered. Did.
Self-Defense Forces ``reinforcement'' record high 42% ``current level'' 53% Cabinet Office survey
When asked about the size of the Self-Defense Forces in a public opinion poll by the Cabinet Office, 53% of the respondents said that the current level is sufficient, while 42% said that it should be strengthened, the highest number ever. rice field.
Antonio Inoki 10-count gong memorial farewell party
A farewell party for former professional wrestler Antonio Inoki, who passed away in October last year, was held at Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo on the 7th, and many fans and people who had exchanges regretted saying goodbye.
“Political fairness” of the Broadcasting Law Prime Minister Kishida “It is important to explain the circumstances of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications”
Concerning the interpretation of "political fairness" stipulated by the Broadcasting Law, the Constitutional Democratic Party, at the plenary session of the House of Representatives, said that it became clear that the aide to the Prime Minister at the time of the Abe administration unilaterally urged him to change the interpretation. In response to a request for an investigation, Prime Minister Kishida said, ``It is important for the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications to explain the circumstances to the public in an easy-to-understand manner.''
Chinese Foreign Minister's first meeting strongly restrains the United States Emphasis on relations with Russia
At a press conference, China's Foreign Minister Qin Gang strongly restrained the United States, which is deepening conflict, saying, "It says it will compete with China, but in reality it is an all-round containment," while also calling for improved relations. In addition, he clarified the diplomatic policy of the Xi Jinping leadership, which has entered its third term, by showing a stance of emphasizing relations with Russia.
Cervical cancer "9-valent HPV vaccine" 2 doses under 15 years old Start from April
Among the HPV vaccines for preventing cervical cancer, etc., the 9-valent HPV vaccine, which is said to be highly effective in preventing infection, has been recommended by a subcommittee of experts from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare to reduce the number of vaccinations, which was previously set to three. , In the routine vaccination starting in April, we have decided to have two doses under the age of 15.
Fire in a 14-story apartment in Miyakojima Ward, Osaka Rescue two people
On the afternoon of the 7th, there was a fire in a 14-story apartment in Miyakojima Ward, Osaka, and two people were rescued. Police and fire departments are checking to see if there are any other people who failed to escape.
Children and Family Agency ``Aim for 100% of male employees to take childcare leave of at least one month''
In order to promote the work style reform of the staff of the Children and Family Agency, which will be launched next month, the government has compiled a basic policy with the goal of 100% of male staff taking childcare leave.
Representative of a consulting company in Tokyo arrested on suspicion of “illegal remittance of 420 million yen”
Suspicion of embezzlement by the representative of a consulting company in Tokyo that deals with renewable energy projects, etc. was arrested by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office. "He has never committed a crime and will continue to maintain his innocence," the representative said through his lawyer.
WBC Otani's performance is a nut bar direct "pepper grind"
Baseball WBC = World Baseball Classic Japan representative Shohei Otani hit a home run in the warm-up game on the night of the 6th, and then showed a twisting gesture with both hands held up and down facing the bench. This is a performance that Lars Nootvar, who is also a member of the Japanese national team, has been doing in the major leagues, and has quickly spread to the Japanese national team, increasing the team's sense of unity.
12 years after the earthquake Search for missing people with drones Iwate Iwaizumi Town
It will soon be 12 years since the occurrence of the Great East Japan Earthquake. Police and town officials used drones to search for missing people on the coast of Iwaizumi, Iwate Prefecture. According to Iwate Prefecture, 5,145 people died in the Great East Japan Earthquake, including earthquake-related deaths, and 1,110 people are still missing.
[Reporter commentary] H3 launch failure Will the future plan be drastically revised?
Japan's new main rocket "H3" was launched from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture, but the second stage rocket did not ignite, and after that, a signal to destroy the command was sent and the launch failed. The launch of H3 was canceled just before last month, and this time we took countermeasures and failed. What kind of impact can be expected on future space development? From the information that has been included so far, this is a commentary by Yutaro Horikawa, a reporter from the Science and Culture Department. (Broadcast on the noon news. The video is 3 minutes and 08 seconds. You cannot see it on the data broadcasting)
Search Mito Keisei Department Store, etc. Unauthorized receipt of more than 300 million yen such as employment adjustment subsidies
Mito Keisei Department Store was accused of illegally receiving more than 300 million yen in total, including the government's "employment adjustment subsidy" by falsifying employee work data. I entered the search of the department store and the home of the former executive.
Export control measures for South Korea Decide whether to release South Korea's response
In response to the resumption of director-general-level policy dialogue between the Japanese and South Korean governments regarding measures that tighten export controls for semiconductor raw materials bound for South Korea, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura said that South Korea's review system and He indicated that he would assess the effectiveness of export controls and decide whether to lift the measures.
President Zelensky “Do not withdraw from Bakhmut”
Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine, is intensifying its attacks to encircle Bakhmut in the east, but Ukrainian President Zelensky has made it clear that he will not withdraw from Bakhmut, and has not broken his stance to fight thoroughly.
Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications "Administrative Documents and Confirmations" Documents on Broadcasting Law "Political Fairness"
Regarding the interpretation of "political fairness" stipulated by the Broadcasting Act, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto acknowledged that the document released by the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan was an administrative document created by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. On the other hand, he indicated that he would continue to scrutinize the contents of the document, saying that there were some parts that could not be confirmed as accurate.
Cabinet decision to revise related laws to review 9669 items of "analog regulation"
At a cabinet meeting on the 7th, the government decided to revise the relevant laws in order to review the so-called "analog regulations" that hinder efficiency through the use of digital technology. This is a policy that will lead to resolving labor shortages and improving productivity.
Cabinet decision to establish the "National Institute for Health Emergency Management" as a model for the U.S. CDC
In preparation for future infectious diseases, the bill to create the "National Health Emergency Management Research Institute", which will comprehensively carry out research, patient acceptance, and human resource development, modeled on the CDC = Center for Disease Control in the United States. It was decided at the cabinet meeting on the 7th.
``Several injuries in contact with something that looks like a whale'' report from recreational fishing boat
According to the Yokosuka Coast Guard Department, before 7:00 am on the 7th, a recreational fishing boat came into contact with a whale-like object in the sea off the coast of Miura City, Kanagawa Prefecture. It means that there was a report to the fire department. The Japan Coast Guard has dispatched a patrol boat to the site and is proceeding with confirmation.
Cabinet approval of revision bills such as the unification of My Number cards and health insurance cards
The government decided at the cabinet meeting on the 7th to revise the related laws in order to integrate the My Number card and health insurance card and expand the scope of use of the My Number.
Cabinet decision to revise the way foreigners are detained
A Cabinet meeting on the 7th decided to revise the Immigration Control Law and other measures to review the way foreigners are detained.
North Korea Kim Yo-jong talks about confrontational attitude toward the United States and South Korea
Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, issued a statement denouncing the United States and South Korea, calling it "ready to take appropriate, swift and overwhelming action at any time." always maintains," suggesting military provocation and emphasizing the confrontational attitude toward both the United States and South Korea.
Real wages in January decreased by 4.1% year-on-year
With prices continuing to rise, the real wage per worker in January this year decreased by 4.1% compared to the same month of the previous year, and the consumption tax rate hike caused the real wage to drop significantly in May 2014. It has been the lowest since then.
Landslide on northern Indonesian island confirms 10 deaths, 50 unknown
At least 10 people have been confirmed dead and 50 residents are missing after a large-scale landslide struck a remote island in northern Indonesia on the 6th, prompting rescue officials to rescue them. I'm in.
Notre Dame Cathedral Opens to Media Before Exhibition Introducing Reconstruction Work
Before the start of an exhibition introducing the current state of construction and construction methods to tourists at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, where reconstruction work is underway after a large-scale fire four years ago, The contents of the exhibition have been released to the media.
``Recruitment'' South Korea announced solution Prime Minister Kishida evaluates next week's summit adjustment
Prime Minister Kishida evaluated the solution announced by South Korea on the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War as a way to restore healthy relations between Japan and South Korea. I am currently making arrangements to hold a meeting with President Yoon in Japan in the latter half of next week, and I would like to improve our relationship with a future-oriented approach.
Fukushima elderly couple attempted rape case Arrested man Did not meet the two until the day
A new 22-year-old suspect from Sapporo was arrested in an attempted robbery-murder case in which an elderly couple was attacked at a house in Minamisoma City, Fukushima Prefecture. It was found that the two people who had already been arrested were not acquainted with each other until the day of the incident, and the police are investigating the possibility that they may have met in the so-called "dark part-time job".
One month after the earthquake in Turkey Prayers in the affected areas Continuing support, including mental care, is a challenge
Six days have passed since the devastating earthquake in southern Turkey, which killed about 52,000 people. Many people in the area are still forced to live as evacuees, and in addition to rebuilding their homes and lives, the continuation of support, including mental care, is an issue.
Ukrainian eastern base Bakhmut defense operation continues, showing stance of thorough resistance
Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine, is stepping up its attacks to besiege Bakhmut, one of the Ukrainian strongholds in the east. In response, the Ukrainian side has reiterated its readiness to continue its defensive operations and fight back, and the fierce fighting continues.
"H3" first machine to launch again at 10:37 am today
Regarding the first unit of Japan's new main rocket "H3" whose launch was canceled last month, JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency said that the investigation of the cause has progressed and the prospect of countermeasures has been established, and it will be launched again on the morning of the 7th. I am planning to do