Discussed at the symposium
A symposium on ``genomic medicine'', which examines genes and treats each patient according to each patient, was held at the General Assembly of the Japan Medical Association. We reported progress in diagnosis and treatment, including
5th by-election of the House of Representatives Unified local election second half tomorrow vote final appeal
The five by-elections for the House of Representatives and the second half of the unified local elections were the final day of the election campaign on the 22nd, and each candidate and party executives made their final appeals.
Gunshots and shelling sound in Sudan capital, implementation of ceasefire agreement unclear
In Sudan, Africa, where fighting continues between the military and paramilitary groups under its umbrella, both sides announced a three-day ceasefire agreement. However, it is still unclear whether the ceasefire will be fully implemented.
GSDF Helicopter Accident Successor to 8th Division Commander Appointed
General Shinichi Aoki was appointed as the successor to General Yuichi Sakamoto, commander of the 8th Division, who died in an accident in which a Ground Self-Defense Force helicopter disappeared near Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture. I want to do my best in 2019,” he said of his ambition.
Suspect of explosives incident Repeated viewing of LDP HP Did you see the opportunity?
It has been a week since the incident in which an explosive was thrown near Prime Minister Kishida, who was visiting to support the election in Wakayama City, on the 22nd. When the police analyzed the suspect's computer, it was found that there was a history of repeatedly browsing the LDP website. The police are investigating the circumstances, assuming that they were looking for an opportunity to attack while checking the schedule of election speeches on the Internet.
Kobe ramen shop man died After being shot with a handgun in the head
Before noon on the 22nd, at a ramen shop in Nagata Ward, Kobe, a man who was believed to be the owner was found bleeding from his head and fell down, and then died. Police said he had a gunshot wound to his head, and police are investigating the details as a possible murder.
First meeting with Cardinals Nutbar Ichiro on the ground
Before the game, Lars Nutvar of the Cardinals met Mariners instructor Ichiro on the ground for the first time and talked with a smile for about 15 minutes.
Shohei Ohtani wins 3rd win with 11 strikeouts, the most of the season
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani scored his third victory in the match against the Royals on the 21st with seven scoreless innings and 11 strikeouts, the most of the season. In batting, a hit came out for the first time in three games, and it was one hit in four at bats. He has an ERA of 0.64, the highest in the major leagues, and his number of strikeouts has increased to 38, leading the league. This is a question and answer that Ohtani answered to media coverage in Japan and the United States after the match.
What to do during the long holidays
"The price is completely different from usual, so I thought I'd try it again next time." A university student living in Niigata ended up changing his destination from Tokyo. We have compiled a detailed summary of rising accommodation rates, travel trends during consecutive holidays, and more.
Birth of baby Mouflon, considered to be the original breed of sheep Shizuoka Higashiizu Town
At a zoo in Higashiizu Town, Shizuoka Prefecture, a baby Mouflon sheep, which is considered to be the original breed of sheep, was born and entertains visitors.
Shohei Ohtani starts the game against the Royals, strikes out 11, and wins his third game of the season
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani participated in the match against the Royals as the starting pitcher, second batter, and designated hitter. gave.
Chinese foreign minister visits Philippines
As the Philippines strengthens security cooperation with the United States, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang visited the Philippines for the first time since taking office and held a foreign ministers' meeting. China seems to be aiming to draw the Philippines to its side by leveraging economic cooperation.
``North Korea military reconnaissance satellite launch policy'' received preparation order to the Self-Defense Forces
Hino 2 women slashing case Male corpse on riverbed Unknown brother after the incident
On the night of the 21st, two women were cut by a man with a knife at a house in Hino City, Tokyo. I found out when I interviewed the police. A man's body was found on the nearby riverbed on the 22nd, and the Metropolitan Police Department is rushing to confirm it as his missing brother.
Ground Self-Defense Force helicopter accident Search continues around the site area Okinawa Miyakojima
A helicopter of the Ground Self-Defense Force disappeared around Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture, and the search continues on the 22nd in the area around the site.
Opening of the G7 Labor and Employment Ministers' Meeting Health, Labor and Welfare Minister Kato "Invest in people in each country"
G7 = Labor and Employment Ministers' Meeting of 7 major countries opened in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato, who serves as the chair, called on countries to actively work on the increasing importance of "investment in people" such as reskilling = re-learning as the working environment changes around the world. rice field.
G7 Agriculture Ministers' Meeting Begins Strengthening food security Focus on whether we can agree
G7 = Agriculture Ministers' Meeting of 7 major countries has started in Miyazaki City. With Russia's invasion of Ukraine protracted, the focus is on whether the two countries can agree on expanding agricultural production and providing assistance to developing countries in order to strengthen food security.
Sudan ceasefire agreement is unclear whether the fighting will end or not Each country will evacuate their own citizens
In Sudan, Africa, where fighting continues between the military and paramilitary organizations under its umbrella, both sides announced on the 21st that they had agreed to a three-day ceasefire, but it is unclear whether the fighting will actually end. . Countries around the world are moving to evacuate their own citizens one after another.
Coastal search resumed one year before Shiretoko sightseeing boat accident Japan Coast Guard and police
On the 23rd, it will be a year since a tourist boat carrying 26 passengers and crew sank off the coast of Hokkaido's Shiretoko Peninsula. Therefore, the search on the coastal area of the peninsula, which had been suspended during the winter, resumed on the 22nd.
Interviews with Johnny's office talents at "sexual acts" press conference etc.
In the past, a man who belonged to Johnny's office said at a press conference that he was sexually assaulted by Johnny Kitagawa, who was the president at the time and died four years ago. I found out that I conducted an interview survey with the talent I belong to.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Emphasizes “Support from Europe and the United States” as Fierce Fighting Continues in Eastern Ukraine
In Ukraine, Russian attacks have intensified in Bakhmut, a battleground in eastern Donetsk Oblast. Under these circumstances, U.S. Secretary of Defense Austin emphasized that Ukraine needs air defense capabilities to prevent Russian missile attacks, and that countries will continue to cooperate with each other to provide assistance.
Investors suing Credit Suisse AT1 bonds for property infringement
The Swiss financial authorities rendered worthless the bonds called "AT1 bonds" issued by "Credit Suisse", which was rescued after it fell into a management crisis, in order to conclude acquisition negotiations, as a violation of property rights. , the investors who own it have filed a lawsuit in a Swiss court, seeking to withdraw the measures.
Government to conduct evacuation drills for missile launch assumptions three times as many as last year
In light of the successive launches of ballistic missiles by North Korea, the government plans to triple the number of evacuation drills for residents this fiscal year compared to last year.
“Lawyer Suicide Highly Likely Caused by Sexual Damage” Compensation Order Oita District Court
In a trial in which a female lawyer who belonged to a law firm in Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture, committed suicide after being sexually assaulted by a former lawyer who was the representative of the office, the bereaved family sought compensation for damages. On the 21st, he admitted that there was a high possibility that he committed suicide due to sexual damage from a former lawyer, and handed down a judgment ordering the former lawyer and office to pay a total of more than 128 million yen.
Twitter Begins to delete personal authentication mark Celebrities also delete all at once
On the 20th, the operating company of Twitter, a major American social media company, began removing the certification mark that indicates that the account that was previously granted for free is the person's own. The certification mark of celebrities has been removed all at once, and there is widespread concern that the damage caused by impersonation will increase.
British Deputy Prime Minister resigned after pointing out power harassment Intimidating behavior to multiple employees
Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Raab has resigned after an investigation found that he had been intimidating several staff members. It seems to be a blow for the Sunak administration, whose approval rating is sluggish.
Tokaido Shinkansen resumes operation
The Tokaido Shinkansen was partially suspended from 7:00 am due to people entering the track, but resumed operation on the entire line at 7:53 am.
Toei Subway Starts Baby Stroller Rental Business First Subway
In order to let parents with small children use the subway with peace of mind, the Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau has jointly launched the first stroller rental business on the subway nationwide.
Taiwan's remote island Submarine cable cuts one after another Experiment securing communication via satellite
On a remote island in Taiwan, an experiment was conducted to secure Internet communication via satellite in preparation for emergencies. On this island, the submarine cable has been cut since entering this year, temporarily interrupting communication, and the Taiwanese authorities plan to proceed with the maintenance of satellite communication equipment in the future.
Three ASDF transport planes depart for neighboring Djibouti to evacuate Japanese in Sudan
Three transport planes of the Air Self-Defense Force left Japan for the neighboring country of Djibouti in preparation for the evacuation of Japanese people in Sudan, Africa. It is expected to arrive in Djibouti on the 22nd or 23rd of Japan time at the earliest.
G7 Agriculture Ministers' Meeting Focuses on assistance to developing countries to strengthen food security
Experiences of His Majesty the Emperor studying in England Republished for the first time in 30 years.
A book describing the experiences of His Majesty the Emperor when he studied in England has been republished for the first time in 30 years. He also sent a new postscript, expressing his desire to visit England again with the Empress.
Sudan announces 3-day ceasefire agreement, but it is uncertain whether the fighting will end
In Sudan, Africa, where fighting continues between the military and paramilitary organizations under its umbrella, on the 21st, following the paramilitary organizations, the military announced that it had agreed to a three-day ceasefire. However, since both sides have continued to fight even after announcing a ceasefire agreement, it is unpredictable whether the fighting will actually end.
The Kuril Habomai Residents' League is listed as an "undesirable group" by the Russian Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office
Russia's Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office has announced that it has designated the Kurile Habomai Residents' Federation, which is made up of former residents of the Northern Territories, an "undesirable group." Russia has rebelled against the Japanese government's sanctions against its military invasion of Ukraine, and is seen as part of increasing pressure on the Japanese side.
Microsoft President "Focus on AI development such as ChatGPT and investment in Japan"
Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, a major American IT company, responded to an exclusive interview with NHK, and expressed his stance of emphasizing the development of AI (artificial intelligence) such as "ChatGPT" and related investment in the Japanese market. .