Ground Self-Defense Force helicopter accident Rescuers and what seems to be the aircraft are found
According to multiple Ministry of Defense officials, a Maritime Self-Defense Force vessel searching for rescuers and what appears to be an aircraft was found in an accident in which a Ground Self-Defense Force helicopter disappeared near Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture on the 6th of this month. There is information that it was, and the Self-Defense Forces are proceeding with confirmation.
[Video] J Alert North Korea Missile "Disappearance" What to Ask Experts
The Ministry of Defense announced on the morning of the 13th that a possible ballistic missile was launched from North Korea. The government announced that one of the missiles launched was expected to land around Hokkaido, but then reiterated that the possibility of a fall had disappeared. What happened? We asked Mr. Toshiyuki Ito, a former Marine Admiral of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and an expert on North Korean missiles. (The video is 6 minutes and 55 seconds long. It cannot be viewed on the data broadcasting).
25-year-old member of popular music group arrested for possession of cannabis
A 25-year-old member of the music group "Hentai Gentleman's Club," which is gaining popularity mainly among the younger generation, was arrested by the Aichi Prefectural Police for possession of cannabis for commercial purposes, according to an interview with investigative sources. rice field.
Director Kore-eda's latest film "Monster" nominated for competition at Cannes Film Festival
Director Hirokazu Kore-eda's latest film "Monster" has been nominated for the best award at the Cannes Film Festival, one of the three major film festivals in the world, which will open in France next month.
The next soccer world cup will be “Takehide Kubo’s tournament”
The Japan national soccer team made a fresh start in late March in preparation for the 2026 World Cup. 21-year-old midfielder Takefusa KUBO is expected to play a key role in attacking the new Japan national team. Played in 25 league matches this season as the main force of Real Sociedad in the Spanish first division. He is leading a team that is in fourth place in the European Champions League qualifiers. He scored his 6th goal on the 8th of this month, breaking the record for the most goals scored by a Japanese player in the Spanish first division league. (* Data as of April 8) He talked about his enthusiasm for the World Cup three years from now when he turns 25. (Yoshihiro Takeda, Reporter, Sports News Department)
US confidential document ``A man in his 20s working at a military base leaked'' US leading newspaper
A leading newspaper, the Washington Post, reported that a man in his 20s working at a US military base leaked the documents over the leak of confidential documents of the US government.
North Korea “Missile” J Alert Issued…Was the Response Appropriate?
Information that was announced during commuting hours and commuting hours that 'something that may be a ballistic missile was launched from North Korea'. On the morning of the 13th, the government announced through J-alert, a nationwide instantaneous warning system, and Mnet, an emergency information network system, that one of the missiles launched is expected to fall around Hokkaido, after which ``the possibility of a fall has disappeared. ” was announced again. Was the response to the dissemination of information appropriate?
One week after the GSDF helicopter accident, no clues leading to recovery of parts, etc.
On the 13th, it has been a week since the helicopter of the Ground Self-Defense Force disappeared around Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture, leaving 10 people missing. In the search so far, more than 20 parts related to the aircraft have been recovered, but no strong clues leading to the crew members have been obtained, and the Self-Defense Forces and the Japan Coast Guard are rushing to find them.
Immigration law revision bill entered into deliberations in the House of Representatives Bereaved family of a woman who died in detention
The bereaved family of a Sri Lankan woman who died while being detained at an immigration facility in Nagoya City the year before attended a discussion on a bill to revise the Immigration Control Law, etc., to review the detention of foreigners, which was put into deliberation at the plenary session of the House of Representatives on the 13th. Did. After the hearing, the woman's younger sister complained, ``Her sister's problem has not been resolved yet, and we should discuss it after watching the video of her sister's detention.''
WBC watching tickets Arrested for illegal resale of company employee Resale at more than 20 times
A 45-year-old office worker was arrested by the police for reselling tickets for the quarterfinals of Shohei Otani's WBC = World Baseball Classic. It means that it was resold at more than 20 times the regular price.
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What should we do if J-Alert is issued for the Tokyo metropolitan area? We asked experts about emergency evacuation.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress Attend the Japan Prize Award Ceremony
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress attended the award ceremony for the Japan Prize, which is awarded to researchers who have made outstanding achievements in the field of science and technology.
Observation of yellow sand in central Tokyo Continue to be cautious of affected areas until tomorrow
Yellow sand from the continent flew over a wide area from northern Japan to western Japan, and was also observed in central Tokyo on the 13th. The yellow sand will gradually become thinner, but it is expected that some areas such as eastern Japan will remain affected until the 14th, so please continue to pay attention.
Former Johnny's man "Sexual acts from Mr. Johnny Kitagawa"
A man who was active at Johnny's office until 2016 said at a press conference that he had been sexually assaulted by Johnny Kitagawa, who was the president of the office at the time and died four years ago, since he was 15 years old. In response to the interview, Johnny & Associates said, "The entire company will continue to work together to ensure thorough compliance without exception and to strengthen the governance system with the cooperation of neutral experts without bias. I have it," he commented.
Detecting steroids from tea with "effects on hay fever" to discontinue sales
The National Consumer Affairs Center of Japan accused the tea company of selling ``healthy tea'' on major mail-order sites, which claimed to be effective against hay fever, as containing steroids, which are ingredients of medicines that cannot be used in food. In addition to requesting the discontinuation of sales, we are calling on people to consult a medical institution if they drink it.
Prominent US media announces suspension of use of Twitter “Misleading display”
The American social media giant Twitter is promoting the display of information explaining the organization's origins on its official media accounts. Under these circumstances, there is a growing movement among the Western media to oppose the display of misrecognition.
Nippori-Toneri Liner No abnormality at the substation Is there a problem with the vehicle, etc.?
Regarding the Nippori-Toneri Liner, which runs in Arakawa-ku and Adachi-ku, Tokyo, which has been suspended for four consecutive days, the Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau investigated the cause of the blackout that occurred on the morning of the 13th, and found that there was no abnormality in the substation that sends electricity. It means that Since there was no abnormality at the substation even during the power outage on April 10, the Metropolitan Transportation Bureau is investigating whether there are any problems with the vehicles and overhead wires that receive electricity.
Shohei Otani will be out of the starting line-up for the first time this season.
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani did not appear as a starting member for the first time this season in the match against the Nationals held in Anaheim, home of Anaheim, on the 12th, the day after he pitched in the starting lineup and won his second victory. bottom.
North Korea “Missile” Question from Former Admiral [Q&A] What is the Military Aim?
Regarding the announcement that a suspected ballistic missile was launched from North Korea, Yoji Koda, a former admiral of the Maritime Self-Defense Force, and Toshiyuki Ito, a former admiral and professor at the Toranomon Graduate School of Kanazawa Institute of Technology, made a military statement. We asked them about their aims and what they should pay attention to in the future.
“Ballistic missiles” [Effects in various places] Temporary suspension of operations such as Shinkansen
On the morning of the 13th, in response to the launch of a possible ballistic missile from North Korea, the Shinkansen has been affected by temporary suspension of operation. Residents are voicing their concerns.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Asks US for Warplanes, Long-Range Missiles
Ukraine's prime minister, who is being invaded by Russia, has met with U.S. Secretary of Defense Austin and asked for fighter planes and longer-range long-range missiles. On the other hand, Russia appears to be increasing its vigilance against counteroffensives, such as building a large-scale defensive line in the area under its control in southern Ukraine.
1 house burned down, 5 people died Aomori Rokunohe
In the early morning of the 13th, there was a fire that burned down a house in Rokunohe, Aomori Prefecture, and five people were found dead from the burnt ruins. According to the police, eight people live in this house, and the police are confirming the identity and investigating the detailed situation.
[Breaking news] North Korea missile launch or J alert transmission around Hokkaido
The government recently issued J-Alert, a nationwide instantaneous warning system that provides emergency information to local governments through satellites, targeting the area around Hokkaido. Please evacuate to the basement."
Two years until the opening of the Osaka-Kansai Expo, and issues such as pavilion construction
Nippori-Toneri Liner resumes operation on all lines
The Nippori-Toneri Liner, which runs in Tokyo's Arakawa Ward and Adachi Ward, suspended operation on the entire line for about four hours on the night of the 12th due to a power outage. Operation was suspended from the first train on the morning of the 13th, but all lines resumed operation at 6:04 am.
Haruki Murakami's first new feature film in six years, "The City and its Uncertain Walls" is released.
The first full-length novel in six years by Haruki Murakami, a world-renowned author, was released on the 13th.
One week after the GSDF helicopter accident, the search area is expanded and the investigation of the cause is proceeding
It's been a week since the helicopter carrying 10 people, including the commander of the Ground Self-Defense Force, disappeared around Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture on the 13th. The search so far has yielded no significant clues leading to the discovery of the team members. Some of the aircraft have been found in places far from the original search area, and the Self-Defense Forces have expanded the search area to hasten the discovery of the members and are investigating the cause.
G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting Adopts Joint Statement Japan Presides
In Washington, the United States, before the opening of the G20 (20 major countries' finance ministers and central bank governors' meeting), a G7 (7 major countries) meeting was held in the early morning of the 13th, Japan time, with Japan serving as the chair country. I was. At the meeting, a joint statement was adopted stating that the G7 stands ready to unite and take appropriate action to maintain the stability and resilience of the financial system amidst the lingering financial instability in the United States and Europe.
Yellow sand flies over a wide area Poor visibility is expected to continue in various places on the 13th
Yellow sand from the continent is flying over a wide area from northern Japan to western Japan. Poor visibility is expected to continue in various places on the 13th, and attention must be paid to the impact on traffic.
"Requisition" Korean government-affiliated foundation Payment to some plaintiffs based on the solution
A South Korean government-affiliated foundation has paid some plaintiffs on behalf of a Japanese company that had been ordered to pay compensation by a court based on a solution announced in March over the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War. I know you went to the moon.