Two men and women bleed from their necks and fall down at a house Death confirmation Saga Tosu
According to the police and others, around 5:30 pm on the 9th, a man believed to be in his 50s and a woman believed to be in his 40s were bleeding from the neck in the living room of a house in Ejima-cho, Tosu City, Saga Prefecture. found it and reported it to the fire department. Both were later confirmed dead. According to the police, four people live in this house, including a husband who is believed to be in his 50s, a wife who is believed to be in his 40s, a daughter and a son. It was the daughter who reported to the fire department, and the police are confirming the identity of the two who died as a couple living in this house, and are investigating the details.
"North Korea launches one short-range ballistic missile" South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff announced that North Korea launched a short-range ballistic missile at around 6:20 p.m.
At least 6 dead in Ukraine Russian missile attack
In Ukraine, on the 9th, the Russian military carried out missile attacks in various places such as the capital Kyiv and western provinces, causing damage, including the death of at least six people.
Unified local elections One month until voting More than 3,000 candidates scheduled to run for 41 prefectural assembly elections
From March 13, it will be up to the individual to decide whether or not to wear a mask. On the other hand, I think there are many people who are thinking about what to do when the 13th arrives. The country and experts say that there are situations where it is better to wear it after the 13th. When should you wear a mask? What will happen to the number of infected people in the future with mask relaxation? It is summarized in Q&A format.
Someiyoshino blooms earlier than usual, forecast for 16th of this month in central Tokyo
It is as warm as spring in various places, but it seems that "news of cherry blossoms" will arrive earlier than usual this year. According to the latest cherry blossom forecast by weather companies and others, this year's Yoshino cherry blossoms are expected to bloom in central Tokyo on the 16th of this month.
WBC Australia wins South Korea by one point, same group as Japan
In the first round of the WBC (World Baseball Classic) of baseball, Australia won 8-7 in the match between Australia and South Korea in the same group as Japan.
Wide-area robbery Cash in the account of one suspect repatriated to Japan Can be withdrawn overseas
In a series of wide-area robbery incidents, out of four people who were suspected of giving instructions and were deported to Japan from immigration facilities in the Philippines, cash was transferred from an unspecified number of people to the bank account of one person. Interviews with investigative officials have revealed that it is believed that they were withdrawn overseas. The withdrawal destination may be the Philippines, and the Metropolitan Police Department is clarifying the flow of funds.
22,212 dead and missing, including deaths related to the Great East Japan Earthquake
March 11th will mark 12 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake. The number of confirmed deaths and missing persons so far is 22,212, including "earthquake-related deaths" who died in evacuation.
Seven & i "Ito-Yokado" store reduction by 1/4 by 2026
Seven & i Holdings, a major distribution company, has officially announced a new management plan, including a significant reduction in the number of stores, which is one-fourth of the total, for its major supermarket chain Ito-Yokado.
South Korean President Yoon to visit Japan from 16th to hold Japan-South Korea summit
Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno announced that South Korean President Yoon Sung-ryul will visit Japan next week for two days starting on the 16th and hold a summit meeting with Prime Minister Kishida.
Ukraine "Russia missile attacks in various places" Explosion sound in Kyiv
The Ukrainian authorities announced on the 9th that the Russian military has launched missile attacks one after another in various places such as the capital Kyiv, Kharkiv province in the east and Mikolayu province in the south.
Around the nuclear power plant Facilities for those who need support Evacuation plans are being formulated, but local governments have not yet grasped
After the accident at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, the evacuation of so-called "people requiring support" such as hospitalized patients and the elderly became an issue. It is required to formulate an evacuation plan. 12 years after the nuclear accident, NHK conducted a survey in each prefecture and found that while preparations are being made mainly around nuclear power plants that have already restarted, we do not have a full grasp of the details of the plan at this time. It turns out that nearly half of the municipalities that do not have
Administrative document concerning the Broadcasting Law Mr. Takaichi ``I assert that it is clearly not accurate''
Regarding the administrative document of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications concerning the interpretation of "political fairness" stipulated by the Broadcasting Law, Minister of State for Economic Security Takaichi asserted at the Cabinet Committee of the House of Councilors that the four documents related to him were "clearly inaccurate." I can," he reiterated.
Bicycles All people are encouraged to wear helmets from April.
An event was held in Osaka before all people who ride bicycles will be obligated to wear helmets from April, and horse racing jockeys who usually protect themselves with helmets wear them to visitors. I called
Registration of “Foreign Funded” Organizations Becomes Obligatory
In Georgia, Russia's neighbor, parliament passed a bill requiring foreign-funded organizations to register, similar to Russian laws that have also led to restrictions on activities and restrictions on speech by citizens. And so on, there is a strong backlash, and confusion is spreading.
12 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake Experience of rescue activities for young firefighters Sendai
Before the 12th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, a training session was held for the staff of the Sendai City Fire Department, who were involved in rescue activities, to convey their experiences at the time to young staff members.
WBC Shohei Otani's hometown of Iwate is also excited, and he is scheduled to start in the first game
Shunto Sapporo Beer base increase for the first time in 5 years Concluded with full answer
At this year's spring labor offensive, Sapporo Breweries responded to the union's request with a full amount, and the negotiations were concluded by raising the base for the first time in five years.
Bank of Japan governor Appointment of Mr. Ueda
The appointment of economist Kazuo Ueda as the successor to Governor Kuroda of the Bank of Japan and the appointment of two new deputy governors were both approved by a large majority at the plenary session of the House of Representatives on the 9th. A vote will also be held at the plenary session of the House of Councilors on the 10th, and it is expected to obtain the consent of the Diet.
Defendant indicted for voyeurism Video sales past statute of limitations or prosecution on suspicion of defamation
Did you collect 8 billion yen from the company's stock sale without notification? The president and others were arrested Metropolitan Police Department
The president of a health food sales company in Tokyo was arrested on suspicion of violating the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, including selling the company's stock without notifying the government. The president and others were soliciting by saying, ``We are developing products that are effective against cancer, and we can get high dividends,'' so the Metropolitan Police Department has collected about 8 billion yen. The president has denied part of the allegations.
Broadcasting Law "Administrative Documents" Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications
Regarding the administrative document of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications concerning the interpretation of "political fairness" stipulated by the Broadcasting Act, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto said that when he interviewed the people concerned, they had different perceptions. showed the idea to
Temperature rises over a wide area Maximum temperature may be on par with May, atmospheric instability in central western Japan
On the 9th, it will be sunny and warm over a wide area from northern to western Japan, and the maximum temperature during the day is expected to be similar to that of May in some places. On the other hand, due to the effects of a low pressure system and a front, the atmospheric conditions are becoming very unstable, especially in western Japan.
Astronaut Wakata looks back on his stay on the ISS before returning to Earth, thanking his colleagues
Astronaut Koichi Wakata, who is staying on the ISS (International Space Station), looked back on this stay before returning to Earth on the 9th of Japan time, and expressed his gratitude to his colleagues who worked together. .
Miyadai's case Sending documents to the man who died
Shinji Miyadai, a 64-year-old professor and sociologist at Tokyo Metropolitan University in Hachioji, Tokyo, was attacked with a knife and was seriously injured. Did.
”China Taiwan military posture to deter US intervention by 2027 in case of emergency” US report
The U.S. government has released a report analyzing global threats, stating that China is working toward the goal of having its military prepared enough to deter U.S. intervention in the event of a Taiwan crisis by 2027. pointed out.
Joint statement calling on Taliban to lift restrictions on women's rights
In conjunction with International Women's Day, the United Nations issued a joint statement from 10 countries, including Japan and the United Kingdom, calling on the Islamist Taliban, which has taken measures to restrict women's rights in Afghanistan, to immediately withdraw. .
Forest fires in Koriyama and Shirakawa, Fukushima Fire extinguishing activities continue
In Koriyama City and Shirakawa City in Fukushima Prefecture, a fire broke out in the forest on the 8th and is still burning, and firefighters are working on extinguishing the fire.
and menstruation began
"What if I let him die in my hands?" It suddenly started while my 4-month-old son was undergoing an infant checkup. This is the experience of a woman who was 20 years old 12 years ago.
Nissan strengthens price competitiveness of EV, aiming to reach engine vehicle level by 2030
Nissan Motor has promoted cost reductions such as sharing parts, and has announced plans to reduce the body price of EV = electric vehicles to the same level as engine vehicles by 2030. As manufacturers around the world move to strengthen sales of EVs, the aim is to increase price competitiveness.
Japan Airlines website Difficult to connect Concentrated access due to campaign
According to Japan Airlines, from the early morning of the 9th, there is a problem that it is difficult to connect to the website used for purchasing airline tickets. According to the company, access is concentrated due to the influence of the air ticket sales campaign that started on the 9th. The company says it is looking into the details.
Arrested participants in health damage protest protests at Iranian girls' school
In Iran, the Iranian government announced that it was arrested last year for being involved in protest demonstrations over scarves that spread in the country due to the spread of health problems that are believed to be caused by toxic substances in girls' schools. bottom. On the other hand, some citizens are skeptical of the crimes of those who support the government.
Canadian central bank stops raising interest rates Pay attention to inflation convergence
Canada's central bank has decided to stop raising interest rates to keep inflation in check. Attention is focused on whether the effect of the eight consecutive interest rate hikes since last year will bring about an end to inflation.
Revised GDP figures for October-December last year were revised downward to an annual rate of +0.1%
The revised value of GDP = Gross Domestic Product from October to December last year announced by the Cabinet Office on the 9th showed a yearly increase of 0.1% in real terms compared to the previous three months. It has been revised downward from the preliminary figure of +0.6% announced on the 14th of last month.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (movement on the 9th)
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 9th (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.)
Russia Claims Control East of Bakhmut Ukraine Prepares for Thorough Resistance
The Russian side, which continues to invade Ukraine, claims to have taken control of eastern Bakhmut, where heavy fighting continues. On the other hand, the Ukrainian army has not broken its stance of total resistance, such as announcing that it has repelled the attack on Bakhmut, and the offense and defense seems to be intensifying.
Shogi Fujii Five Crowns Acquire the right to challenge the "Meijin Battle" Will it be the youngest record update?
A game that challenged one of the eight major shogi titles, the "Meijin Battle", was held in Tokyo on the 8th, and Sota Fujii Five Crowns (20) defeated Akihito Hirose 8th Dan (36) for the first time. I decided to challenge the Meijin match. If he wins the 7th game starting next month, he will set a new record for being the youngest to acquire a "master" and will be attracting attention.
Fed latest report: economic activity slightly up, a sign of US economic strength
The Fed = Federal Reserve Board, which is the central bank of the United States, has released the latest economic report. It points out that overall economic activity is increasing slightly, and it is a form of showing the strength of the US economy even though the Fed continues to raise unusual rates.
Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda to final decision meeting during term Focus on summary of monetary easing measures
The Bank of Japan will hold a monetary policy meeting for two days from the 9th to discuss the effects and impact of the current large-scale monetary easing measures. This will be the last meeting for Governor Kuroda during his term, and the focus will be on how to summarize the 10 years of monetary easing measures and how to hand over to the new system.
Georgia protests over bill requiring registration of ``foreign agents''
Demonstrators in Georgia, a neighboring country of Russia, protest against the passage of a bill requiring foreign-funded organizations to register in the parliament. has spread, some of them have turned into mobs, and some have been injured.
House of Councilors election “One vote disparity up to 3.03 times” Supreme Court to trial in the Grand Bench
In the House of Councilors election in July last year, the so-called disparity in one vote was up to 3.03 times. decided to
``Traditional sake brewing'' to be re-proposed for UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Agency for Cultural Affairs
The Agency for Cultural Affairs has decided to propose Japanese "traditional sake brewing" such as sake, shochu, and awamori to UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list.
Seven & i "Ito-Yokado" to talk about a significant reduction in the number of stores
As part of the group reorganization, major distribution company "Seven & i Holdings" has put together a proposal for a new streamlining plan that includes a drastic reduction in the number of stores for "Ito-Yokado" under its umbrella, and will discuss it at the board meeting to be held on the 9th. It is a policy to proceed.
Broadcast law ``administrative documents'' continue to argue over accuracy
Regarding the administrative document of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications concerning the interpretation of "political fairness" stipulated by the Broadcasting Act, Minister of State for Economic Security Takaichi said that the part related to himself was "fabricated." On the other hand, the Constitutional Democratic Party has said that it is necessary to clarify the facts, and the accuracy of the document is the point of contention.
WHO director-general Takeshi Kasai dismissed for inappropriate behavior
WHO = The World Health Organization has announced that Ken Kasai, the head of the regional secretariat that has jurisdiction over East Asia, has been dismissed for inappropriate behavior.
WBC today's first match against China
Japan, aiming to win the WBC (World Baseball Classic) for the first time in three tournaments, will face China in the first match of the first round on the night of the 9th.