Children's Allowance Adjusted by adding "30,000 yen per month up to high school students" after the third child
Regarding the review of child allowances to strengthen countermeasures against the declining birthrate, the government plans to expand measures that add the amount of payments after the third child. We are making adjustments to increase the amount of the additional payment, which is now up to elementary school students, to high school students, and double the current amount to 30,000 yen per month.
Loss of a syringe containing a drug used for detoxification such as sarin Tokyo Hongo Fire Station
The Tokyo Fire Department announced that it had lost a syringe containing a drug used for detoxification such as sarin, which was kept at a fire station in Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo. It is said that the effect on the human body in the event of an accidental injection is considered to be small, but the Tokyo Fire Department says that management was inadequate and that it will thoroughly prevent recurrence.
Moon landing failure Venture company "Altitude misrecognition Falling out of fuel"
Aiming to land on the moon by the world's first private sector, a lander was sent to the moon about 380,000 kilometers away from the earth, but the landing failed last month. After passing over the cliff, it was revealed that there was a deviation in the recognition of the altitude, and the fuel ran out and it fell from a height of about 5 kilometers. The company plans to take countermeasures and try to land again next year.
Table tennis world championship mixed doubles Harimoto, Hayata pair silver of two meeting consecutive
In the mixed doubles final of the World Table Tennis Championships held in South Africa, the pair of Tomokazu Harimoto and Hina Hayata lost to the Chinese pair in a straight game with a game count of 0 to 3, earning their second consecutive silver medal. .
Tokyo Machida "People were shot with a pistol" report Injured information also Metropolitan Police Department
According to investigative sources, around 8:00 pm on the 26th, there was a call to 110 in Machida City, Tokyo, saying, "A person seems to have been shot with a handgun." The Metropolitan Police Department is confirming the detailed situation, as there is information that there is one injured person and eyewitness information that two men escaped from the scene in a passenger car. The site is a downtown area with restaurants near JR Machida Station.
A seismic intensity of 5 Weak [Points to note in the future] Ask an expert
At around 7:03 pm on the 26th, there was an earthquake with a seismic intensity of lower 5 in Chiba and Ibaraki prefectures. Takashi Komura, a professor at the University of Tokyo's Earthquake Research Institute, said that it would be necessary to be vigilant against earthquakes of the same magnitude for the next week or so, and urged people not to force themselves to go home, but to stay in a safe place. I was.
[Updated from time to time] Seismic intensity 5 weak Traffic impact JR JR Chiba Prefecture driving suspension
At around 7:03 pm on the 26th, there was an earthquake with a seismic intensity of lower 5 observed in Chiba and Ibaraki prefectures. There is no tsunami from this earthquake. The seismic intensity in each region was ▽ Choshi City in Chiba Prefecture, ▽ Asahi City, and ▽ Kamisu City in Ibaraki Prefecture.
Earthquake with a seismic intensity of less than 5 in southern Ibaraki and northeastern Chiba Prefecture No fear of tsunami
There was an earthquake at around 7:03 pm on the 26th. There is no tsunami from this earthquake. The epicenter was off the east coast of Chiba Prefecture, with a depth of 50 km and a magnitude of 6.2, which indicates the scale of the earthquake. The seismic intensity of each municipality is as follows. ▼The seismic intensity of lower 5 is Kamisu City in Ibaraki Prefecture, Choshi City in Chiba Prefecture, and Asahi City in Chiba Prefecture. ▼Intensity 4 hits Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kashima City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Itako City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Inashiki City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Namegata City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Hokota City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Omitama City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Ibaraki Town, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kawachi Town, Ibaraki Prefecture , Narita City, Chiba Prefecture, Togane City, Chiba Prefecture, Inzai City, Chiba Prefecture, Sosa City, Chiba Prefecture, Katori City, Chiba Prefecture, Sanmu City, Chiba Prefecture, Tako Town, Chiba Prefecture, Tosho Town, Chiba Prefecture, Kujukuri Town, Chiba Prefecture, Shibayama Town, Chiba Prefecture , Yokoshibahikari Town, Chiba Prefecture.
"Surrounded by grandchildren and a kind old man" Nagano stand-in Inspector Ikeuchi
In Nakano City, Nagano Prefecture, a man fired something like a hunting rifle and barricaded himself in an incident that killed four people. My eldest son responded to NHK's coverage.
Fierce typhoon No. 2 may approach Okinawa with very strong force after 29th
Violent Typhoon No. 2 is moving westward over the seas east of the Philippines and is likely to approach the Okinawa region with great force after Monday, May 29. In addition to heavy storms and storms in the Okinawa region, there is a risk of rain and other effects even in the Honshu area, which is far from the typhoon, so it is necessary to pay attention to future information.
A 4-year-old boy fell from the 12th floor of an apartment and lost consciousness Yamaguchi Hofu City
According to the police and fire department, there was a report that a 4-year-old boy fell from the 12th floor of an apartment in Hofu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture around 5:30 pm on the 26th. The boy was taken to hospital, where he is said to be in critical condition.
Research group including Osaka University discovers new mineral ``Hokkaido stone'' that glows in ultraviolet light
A new mineral that glows brightly when exposed to ultraviolet rays was discovered in Hokkaido and was registered as a "Hokkaido stone" by an international organization. It is presumed that the remains of organisms in the stratum were formed by the geothermal heat of the volcano, and it may lead to elucidation of the mechanism of oil formation.
Part of the Metropolitan Expressway No. 1 Haneda Line will be closed from tomorrow Heavy traffic congestion around
On the Metropolitan Expressway, part of the No. 1 Haneda Line will be closed for two weeks from the morning of the 27th due to the construction of the "Kosoku Daishi Bridge" connecting Tokyo and Kanagawa. The Metropolitan Expressway Company is calling for cooperation in avoiding traffic congestion, as severe traffic congestion is expected on surrounding roads.
[Conference details] Nagano Nakano stand-in Prefectural Police Headquarters "Extreme of regret"
The Nagano Prefectural Police Headquarters held an interview in response to an incident in which four people died after a man fired a hunting rifle in Nakano City, Nagano Prefecture. I will tell you in detail about the exchanges at the meeting.
South Korea Domestic airliner Opens the emergency exit door over the sky Several people complain of breathing difficulties
A passenger plane on a domestic flight in South Korea suddenly opened its door just before landing, and some passengers complained of difficulty breathing and were taken to the hospital. Police have heard more about what happened at the time from a passenger who said he opened the emergency exit door.
Hanshin Kyomi Yuasa Registered as a player in the 1st Army for the first time in 40 days Suppression returns
In professional baseball Hanshin, pitcher Kyomi Yuasa, who was out of the line due to the tension of his right arm, was registered as a player in the first army for the first time in 40 days on the 26th.
``Severe attention'' to the secretary of the prime minister's eldest son
Prime Minister Kishida's eldest son, secretary Shotaro, held a year-end party with relatives at the Prime Minister's official residence at the end of last year. "Weekly Bunshun" released this week reported that Prime Minister Kishida's eldest son, Secretary Shotaro, held a year-end party with relatives at the Prime Minister's official residence at the end of last year and took pictures. I explained again that my actions were inappropriate and I was very careful.
Prime Minister Kishida reiterates his ``severe attention'' to his eldest son, secretary Shotaro
Regarding Prime Minister Kishida's eldest son, Secretary Shotaro, who held a year-end party with relatives at the Prime Minister's official residence at the end of last year and took pictures, Prime Minister Kishida said, ``The behavior was inappropriate and was strictly cautioned.'' I explained again.
Alternative fuel SAF for aircraft to require 10% of supply to oil wholesalers
Amid expectations for the spread of SAF, an alternative fuel for aircraft made from plants and waste cooking oil, toward the realization of a decarbonized society, the government has decided to supply fuel to domestic airports in 2030 for oil wholesalers. announced a policy requiring at least 10% of the total to be SAF.
Ishin and Kokumin submit original LGBT bills, ruling and opposition parties translate different expressions into English
To promote understanding of LGBT people, the Japan Restoration Party and the Democratic Party for the People have jointly submitted their own bill to the Diet, translating expressions that differ between the ruling and opposition parties into English.
Daihatsu recalls more than 140,000 vehicles 18 models including "Move"
Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd., an automobile manufacturer, notified the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of the recall of more than 140,000 vehicles, including 18 models such as the "Move," due to the risk of engine stall due to a malfunction of the fuel pump.
Komei, Secretary-General Ishii, “Limiting the cancellation of election cooperation to Tokyo is a consideration for the Liberal Democratic Party.”
Regarding the policy of canceling election cooperation in Tokyo with the LDP, Komeito Secretary-General Ishii said that limiting the election to Tokyo was a consideration for the LDP, and indicated that he would watch over the LDP's response in the future. .
Liberal Democrats Financial resources for countermeasures against the declining birthrate Opinions against raising from social security expenses one after another
Discussions were held at meetings of the Liberal Democratic Party regarding financial resources to strengthen countermeasures against the declining birthrate, and there was a series of opinions opposing the government's efforts to raise social security costs through expenditure reforms.
U.S. debt ceiling issue Negotiations progress toward agreement US media
The US media has reported one after another that negotiations have progressed toward an agreement on the US government's debt ceiling and debt ceiling issues. In exchange for putting a certain brake on government spending, it is said that there is a proposal to raise the debt ceiling for two years, and negotiations are continuing at the last minute.
Enactment of Law to Make Japanese Language Teachers Nationally Qualified Due to Increase in Foreign Residents
As the number of foreigners living in Japan increases and the demand for Japanese language education increases, the Japanese language education institution authorization law was approved and enacted at the plenary session of the House of Councilors on the 26th, including the requirement that Japanese language teachers be nationally certified.
Thallium Murder Suspect Tells Aunt Hospitalized "Police May Come"
The suspect, who was charged with killing a female university student in Kyoto by ingesting thallium, was re-arrested for trying to kill the aunt of a company owner. I found out that I told the hospital where my aunt, who was in an unknown state, was hospitalized, saying, ``The police may come to hear the story.'' Police are investigating further into the suspect's pre- and post-incident behavior and motives.
Rwanda minority genocide Arrested ex-police officer involved in killing more than 2000 people
A former police officer suspected of being involved in the murder of more than 2,000 people in the 1994 massacre in Rwanda, eastern Africa, was arrested on the 24th.
Lawyer arrested for representative of Tokyo law firm Forcibly indecent to job offer
A lawyer who represents a law firm in Tokyo has been arrested on suspicion of forcible indecency, including touching the body of a university student who had been offered a job at the office. Her attorney is denying the charges.
Finance Minister Suzuki “When expanding child allowance, review deduction for dependents”
Finance Minister Suzuki said that as part of the government's efforts to strengthen countermeasures against the declining birthrate, when raising the eligible age for child allowances, it is necessary to consider reviewing measures that reduce income tax for those supporting high school students. I have shown that I need it.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 26th)
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 the developments regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 26th (Japan time), such as the situation of the fighting and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow, Russia)
"ChatGPT" AI offers 100,000 dollars for measures to prevent discrimination and prejudice
When you enter a question, artificial intelligence = an interactive AI that answers in natural sentences like a human being. We have announced that we will be recruiting safety measures.
Cabinet approves additional sanctions on government Russia after G7 Hiroshima summit consensus
In light of the G7 Hiroshima Summit's agreement to strengthen sanctions against Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine, the government has decided to impose additional sanctions, including adding 102 individuals and groups to the list of assets frozen.
'F-16 Ukrainian soldier training to begin in weeks' US defense secretary
The United States has indicated that it wants to start training F16 fighter jets for Ukrainian soldiers in the next few weeks, as President Biden announced at the G7 Hiroshima summit.
Mynacard trouble Prime Minister Kishida instructs Digital Minister Kono to take countermeasures
In response to the troubles surrounding My Number cards, Prime Minister Kishida instructed Digital Minister Kono to take measures to prevent recurrence, such as rechecking data and systems.
Libereste Is it illegal interest to buy land at a high price even when refinancing?
The president of a real estate company in Saitama Prefecture was arrested on suspicion of violating the investment law for allowing clients to buy land owned by the company at a high price as a condition of a loan. According to an interview with the Metropolitan Police Department, it seems that the company refinanced funds from affiliated companies and bought the land at a high price at that time. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating that the lender took advantage of the advantageous position to repeatedly refinance and take illegal interest.
Maritime Self-Defense Force escort ship participates in South Korean training with ``Rising sun flag'' hoisted
Next week, a Maritime Self-Defense Force escort ship is expected to participate in a multilateral exercise in South Korea, displaying the flag of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces. It seems to be a move in response to the trend of improving Japan-South Korea relations.
Criminal law revision bill passed by lower house judicial committee
A bill to amend the Penal Code, which changed the name of the crime of "forcible sexual intercourse" to "nonconsensual sexual intercourse," specifically indicated cases in which it is difficult for the victim to express "will not consent," was approved by the House of Representatives Jurisprudence. It was voted on by the committee and passed unanimously.
Japan's ``net foreign assets'' hit a record high Yen conversion value swells due to yen depreciation
Japan's "net foreign assets", which is the amount of assets held overseas minus the amount of liabilities, has increased to 418 trillion yen at the end of last year due to the depreciation of the yen. , set a record high.
Register My Number public money receiving account with another person Confirmed 20 cases, increasing in the future
In connection with the trouble that the "public money receipt account" that can receive national benefits etc. It was announced that 20 troubles were confirmed. Six new troubles were confirmed in five local governments. The Digital Agency is conducting a full inspection to ensure that there are no errors in the accounts registered so far, and is requesting reports from local governments nationwide in the event of trouble, and there is a possibility that the number of cases will increase further in the future. There is also
Tokyo 23 wards Consumer price index in May rose 3.2% year-on-year
This month's consumer price index in Tokyo's 23 wards is a preliminary figure, and the index excluding fresh food, which fluctuates greatly depending on the weather, rose 3.2% from the same month last year. It was down 0.3 points from last month's 3.5%. Among them, "food except perishables" increased by 8.9% from the same month last year.
UN Secretary-General mourns PKO victims, seeks support and cooperation from all countries
Prior to the 75th anniversary of the United Nations PKO = peacekeeping operation, Secretary-General Guterres mourned the more than 4,200 martyrs who have died around the world so far, and ensured the safety of personnel. We sought the support and cooperation of each country to achieve this goal.
France's Cannes Film Festival Audience applause for movie starring Koji Yakusho
A new movie starring actor Koji Yakusho was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in France, one of the three major film festivals in the world, in a competition for the highest award, and received a big round of applause from the audience.
Arrested a man who plunged a passenger car into the gate in front of the prime minister's office in the UK
A passenger car crashed into the gate in front of the prime minister's official residence in central London, England, on the 25th, and the police arrested a man who was driving the car on suspicion of dangerous driving. The police are investigating the situation at that time in detail, saying that they are not currently treating it as related to terrorism.
APEC Trade Ministers' Meeting Begins to Discuss Supply Chains and Climate Change Responses
The trade ministers' meeting of the APEC = Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference began in Detroit, USA on the 25th. At the G7 Hiroshima Summit, we agreed to strengthen the supply chain for important minerals, etc., but the focus is on how far APEC, which includes China and Russia, can come up with a unified response.
"Super Typhoon" Typhoon No. 2 may approach Okinawa next week, affecting Honshu
The US Meteorological Agency has announced that Typhoon No. 2, far south of Japan, is a "super typhoon." In addition to the possibility of a typhoon approaching Okinawa next week, there is also the possibility of rain and other effects near Honshu.
JR Yamanote Line Outer loop also resumes operation
The JR Yamanote Line had been suspended due to an accident that caused injury or death at Shibuya Station, but it resumed operation around 6:08 am.
40th Anniversary of the Central Japan Earthquake: Experts say there is a risk of an earthquake accompanied by a massive tsunami
On the 26th, it will be 40 years since the Great Sea of Japan Earthquake, in which 104 people died in a massive tsunami that hit the Sea of Japan side of northern Japan. Experts have analyzed that seismic activity is still continuing along the fault where this earthquake occurred, and are calling for preparations, saying that there is a risk of an earthquake accompanied by a large tsunami in the surrounding area.
Suspect in 'thallium murder' 'I want to make it easier' stop life extension for aunt
The suspect, who was charged with killing a female university student in Kyoto by ingesting thallium, was re-arrested for trying to kill the aunt of a company owner with thallium, and the suspect remains unconscious. I found out that I had asked the hospital where my aunt was admitted to stop life-prolonging treatment.
Strong opposition within the Liberal Democratic Party to Komei `` cancellation of cooperation in Tokyo '' The situation may be prolonged
In the candidate coordination of the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito for the next House of Representatives election, Komeito decided to cancel election cooperation in Tokyo, saying that it was dissatisfied with the response of the Liberal Democratic Party. Prime Minister Kishida instructed the Liberal Democratic Party executives to respond politely, but there are strong opposition voices within the party, and it is expected that the situation will be prolonged.