Typhoon No. 3 occurs, affecting Japan Japan Meteorological Agency Calls attention to future information
At 9:00 pm on the 6th, Typhoon No. 3 formed in the sea east of the Philippines. The Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for attention to information such as the future course.
Russia “Radio broadcast hacked in Belgorod region and elsewhere”
Russia's state-run news agency reported on the 5th that a local radio broadcast was hacked in Belgorod province, which borders Ukraine, and a broadcast was broadcast that was an emergency speech by President Putin. Regarding this, the authorities of Belgorod province posted on SNS, "A video purporting to be a broadcast of a hacked radio station spread on the Internet." They say they've invaded states. Martial law was introduced in the border area, and President Putin signed a general mobilization order, calling on residents to evacuate to areas away from the border. State authorities are urging residents to keep calm about this broadcast, saying that it is 'disinformation. It is intended to cause panic among residents.' Some media outlets have also reported that footage of what they say is the president's speech was also shown on television. Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian presidential office, told the state-run news agency, "It's a complete fake. There was no speech on television or radio." It will be restored soon, and the situation is under control," he said, emphasizing that the situation is calm.
Tennis French Open Miyu Kato disqualified and filed a lawsuit against the four major tournaments
In the third round of the women's doubles at the French Open, Kato was dissatisfied with the ball that Mii Kato hit a ball girl and was disqualified for being considered a dangerous act. announced that it had filed a lawsuit.
More than 150 lawsuits filed by orthodontists "substantially free" but "health damage due to interruption of treatment"
More than 150 women and others all over the country claimed that they had contracted a monitor to receive orthodontic treatment virtually free of charge, but had to pay a large amount of money, and that treatment was interrupted, resulting in health problems such as crooked teeth. has filed a lawsuit with the Tokyo District Court seeking compensation for more than 260 million yen, including dental clinics.
Aichi Toyohashi Evacuation information "L alert" transmission Delay up to 3 and a half hours
Due to the record heavy rain, Toyohashi City in Aichi Prefecture issued evacuation information such as "Emergency safety assurance", but the transmission of "L alert" to the media all at once was delayed by up to three and a half hours. I understand Toyohashi City explained, "It took a long time to enter the target area into the system," and plans to consider improvements in the future.
Aichi Toyokawa Part of Mitsu-cho Evacuation instruction for 18 people in 7 households Landslide risk
In Toyokawa City, Aichi Prefecture, there are places where the ground has become loose due to the heavy rain that started on the 3rd of this month. Evacuation orders were issued to a total of 18 people from 7 households in parts of Hiroishi Mitsuyama and parts of Hiroishi Yamashita in Mitsu Town.
Russia “Destruction of tanks such as 8 German Leopards Large-scale attack repulsed”
The Russian defense ministry claims that Ukrainian forces launched a large-scale attack on Russian-held territory from April 4, but repulsed it.
"Japan Toy Awards" Award Ceremony Grand Prizes Selected in Seven Categories
The award ceremony for the "Japan Toy Awards" was held before the public exhibition for the first time in four years at the "Tokyo Toy Show", one of Japan's largest toy trade fairs, which began on the 8th. Products that are equipped with communication functions and can be enjoyed by being connected to the rest of the world were selected for the grand prize.
Taiwan TSMC “I want to build the second semiconductor factory in Japan in Kumamoto Prefecture”
Liu Deyin, chairman of TSMC in Taiwan, the world's largest semiconductor contract manufacturing company, told the Taiwanese media on the 6th that he would like to build the second semiconductor factory in Japan, which is under consideration for construction, in Kumamoto Prefecture. rice field.
Tokyo metropolitan government's policy of using the elevated Metropolitan Expressway as a temporary evacuation destination during large-scale floods
How to evacuate from the "Zero Meters Above Sea Level" where the land is lower than the sea level in the event of a large-scale flood. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has announced a policy to temporarily evacuate by opening the entrance and exit in order to use the Metropolitan Expressway on the elevated in an emergency.
A nursery school where apples get stuck Ehime makes mistakes in providing food
Last month, at a nursery school in Ehime Prefecture, where an infant choked on an apple for school lunch and became unconscious, after this accident, food was provided, such as giving snacks containing eggs to children with egg allergies. It turns out that there was a series of mistakes. The garden side apologized, saying, "I am very sorry that I made another mistake right after the serious accident."
Shogi "Student Master Match" winner disqualified for using AI app during game
At this year's tournament of the "Student Meijin Tournament," in which the winner is given qualifications to participate in some professional shogi competitions, the winning student was found to be using a shogi AI app during the game, and was found to be in violation of the tournament regulations. I found out that I was disqualified.
Sales of ``water that works against influenza'' 4 people arrested Sales over 400 million yen
Four people, including the president of a beverage wholesale company in Tokyo, were arrested for advertising efficacy like medicine, such as being effective against influenza, and selling bottled drinking water to retailers.
Labor shortage at food manufacturing sites An exhibition featuring the latest technologies such as robots
With the labor shortage at food manufacturing sites becoming an issue, an exhibition that gathered the latest technologies, such as robots that can serve ingredients in containers, began on the 6th.
``Charisma photographer'' sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison Kyoto District Court
The defendant, who sold voyeur videos on the Internet and was called a ``charismatic photographer,'' and was charged with voyeurizing the skirts of more than 100 women, the Kyoto District Court said, ``Motivation and obsession with voyeurism. is quite deep-rooted and the criminal responsibility is heavy."
Inappropriate behavior of prison officers 15 people were reprimanded Justice Minister Saito
In December last year, a total of 46 prison officers kicked the doors of inmates' rooms in prisons nationwide, etc., and inappropriate behavior was confirmed, and Minister of Justice Saito punished 15 people. I made it clear that
Hearings from the presidents of 5 companies on the problem of unauthorized browsing of electric power companies Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has interviewed the presidents of a total of five power companies and subsidiaries that received business improvement orders regarding the problem that employees of a major electric power company illegally browsed the customer information of competitors through their subsidiaries. We confirmed the measures to prevent recurrence.
“June 6th is “Plum Day”” Preparing plum wine at a sake brewery Wakayama Kainan
On the 6th, which is known as "Plum Day" after a historical event, a sake brewery in Kainan City, Wakayama Prefecture began preparing plum wine using Nanko plums, a special product.
[Video] Three baby fishing cats that are good at swimming released Mie Toba
At the aquarium in Toba City, Mie Prefecture, a baby fishing cat that is good at swimming is open to the public.
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
In response to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' withdrawal from the development of Japan's first jet airliner "SpaceJet", the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will investigate the reasons for the withdrawal and verify the issues for the development of the domestic aircraft industry. became.
“Russian Army Destroys Hydroelectric Power Plant Dam,” Ukrainian Army Announces
The Ukrainian military announced on the 6th that a hydroelectric dam on the Dnipro river in southern Kherson had been destroyed.
“Death from gastric ulcer recognized as industrial accident” Bereaved family sues company Toyama
A year ago, a 62-year-old man who worked for an electrical equipment construction company in Toyama City died of a hemorrhagic stomach ulcer. I filed a lawsuit in court seeking compensation for damages, saying that I was negligent and forced to engage in excessive work.
Nationwide telephone consultation for working women, such as balancing work and childcare and harassment
Telephone consultations are being held all over the country for working women to discuss issues such as balancing work and childcare and harassment in the workplace.
Crane truck during work rolls over Electric pole falls and blocks road Nara Imperial Palace
According to the Nara Prefectural Police Headquarters, after 9:00 am on the 6th, in Gose City, Nara Prefecture, a crane truck during work overturned, and a utility pole fell down at that time.
Former legislator Gersey At least 100 million yen or more in advertising revenue from video distribution
Former member of the House of Councilors Gerthy, who was arrested for repeatedly threatening celebrities on a video posting site, was found to have earned at least 100 million yen in advertising revenue from the distribution of videos, according to interviews with investigative sources. rice field. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details, assuming that one of the motives for the incident was to make a large amount of money.
Government decides to radically review and expand support system for crime victims
Regarding the support system for crime victims, the government has decided to strengthen efforts to fundamentally review and expand the system, including considering a significant increase in benefits paid to victims and bereaved families.
Focus on Ukraine's reversal offensive?
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has insisted his forces are moving forward, even as Russia claims it has repulsed a major offensive in eastern Ukraine. While the focus is on whether the Ukrainian counteroffensive has begun, both sides are emphasizing their achievements.
To spread hydrogen energy Government decides on basic strategy Public-private investment of more than 15 trillion yen
The "Hydrogen Basic Strategy," which the government will revise for the first time in six years, was compiled at a ministerial meeting on the 6th, with the aim of developing and popularizing hydrogen, which is attracting attention as a next-generation energy source. Nine technologies, such as fuel cells and water electrolyzers, in which Japan has strengths, are positioned as "strategic fields," and over the next 15 years, the public and private sectors will invest more than 15 trillion yen.
My number Public money receipt account and family name account Information will be ascertained in February
It was revealed in the tax refund procedure around February that an account in the name of a family member other than the person was registered in the public money receiving account linked to the My Number in order to receive government benefits. It turned out that the Digital Agency was also aware of the information.
Eisai "ransomware" cyber attack damages multiple servers
Pharmaceutical giant Eisai has announced that it has been attacked by a ransomware computer virus.
Stock price rises to over 32,300 yen at one point Renewed high price since bubble period
On the Tokyo stock market on the 6th, buy orders were placed mainly by overseas investors, and the Nikkei Stock Average temporarily rose to over 32,300 yen, the highest price during trading hours since July 1990 during the bubble period. The has been updated.
Order to strengthen measures such as system reinspection to secure Mynacard trust Prime Minister
In response to a series of troubles related to My Number cards, Prime Minister Kishida once again instructed Digital Minister Kono to strengthen measures such as reinspecting the system and thoroughly implementing measures to prevent mistakes in order to secure trust. Did.
Prime Minister Kishida and others wear “Kariyushi” to promote Cool Biz at cabinet meetings
Prime Minister Kishida and cabinet ministers attended the Cabinet meeting in Okinawa's popular "Kariyushi wear" in order to promote "Cool Biz" in which people spend the summer wearing light clothes.
Boats collide at fishing port 1 ship sinks 1 crew member missing Kitaibaraki
According to the Ibaraki Coast Guard Office, around 7:10 am on the 6th, two ships collided near the entrance of Otsu fishing port in Kitaibaraki City, Ibaraki Prefecture, one of which sank, and one crew member is missing. It means that
U.S. official visits Beijing “Concerned about unintended clash in Taiwan Strait”
Amid a series of incidents that could lead to conflict between the United States and China, such as a Chinese navy destroyer crossing in front of a U.S. naval vessel in the Taiwan Strait, the U.S. White House said a high-ranking official who visited Beijing, China, directly addressed the Chinese side. I made it clear that I had expressed my concerns.
Submission of a bill to censure the Minister of Justice over the revision of the Immigration Control Law, etc.
The Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan (CDP) is not allowed to vote at the House of Councilors Judicial Committee on the 6th due to the insufficient response of Justice Minister Saito to the immigration administration regarding the revision of the Immigration Control Law to review the way foreigners are detained. As a result, we submitted a resolution to censure Minister Saito to the House of Councillors. The vote on the revised bill, which was scheduled for the 6th, has been postponed, and the battle between the ruling and opposition parties is intensifying as the Diet session ends on June 21st.
Family Income and Expenditure Survey in April Real consumption decreased by 4.4% Decreased for 2 consecutive months
According to a household survey released by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in April this year, the amount spent on consumption by households with two or more people decreased by 4.4% compared to the same month of the previous year in real terms, excluding price fluctuations. Consumption per household was 303,076 yen for the second consecutive month of decline. Looking at the breakdown, "communications" including mobile phone charges decreased by 8.3%, and "supplementary education" such as tuition fees for preparatory schools decreased by 28.9%. On the other hand, ▼ “educational and recreational services” including travel expenses increased by 13.1%, and ▼ “transportation” such as railway and air fares increased by 27.4%, reflecting the increasing demand for outings. have become.
Abandoned father's body or 58-year-old suspect arrested Saitama
A 58-year-old suspect was arrested on suspicion of abandoning a corpse in Kuki City, Saitama Prefecture, for leaving his father's body at home. A body believed to be that of the mother was also found in another room of the house, and the police are investigating the details.
Real wages in April down 3.0% year-on-year, down for 13 consecutive months
As prices continue to rise, the real wage per worker in April this year decreased by 3.0% compared to the same month last year, and has been negative for 13 consecutive months.
“Major Challenges for Tokyo Olympics and Para-Governance” Report by Metropolitan Audit Committee
Regarding the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the audit committee of the metropolitan government pointed out that there was a major problem with governance, such as a series of cases in which former officers and former executives of the organizing committee were indicted. I have compiled a report to
Apple announces the first MR mixed reality goggle type terminal end
American IT giant Apple has announced for the first time an MR (Mixed Reality) goggle-type terminal that can superimpose real scenery and virtual reality on top of each other.
“Iran also supplied ammunition to Russia,” British TV station reports
British media reported that Iran is suspected of supplying not only drones, which have been pointed out so far, but also ammunition to Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine. The Iranian government has denied providing ammunition.
Ukraine Claims ``Offensive Operations on the Eastern Front''
While the Ukrainian army's movements toward the reversal offensive are the focus, the Ukrainian side claims that the Russian side is spreading false information about the reversal offensive, while the eastern front is turning to the offensive.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 6th)
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 6th (Japan time), including the battle situation and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow, Russia)
Heavy rain last weekend ``rare rain'' less frequent than once in 100 years
In Aichi, Shizuoka, Ibaraki, and Wakayama, where heavy rainfall caused by a front that recorded record rainfall last weekend caused flood damage, it was a "rare rain" that was less frequent than once in 100 years for those areas. The analysis of the National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention revealed this.
Aviation and railroad industry: One after another moves to enter business using "NFT"
There is a series of moves from the aviation and railway industries to enter the business using a technology called NFT that proves the originality of works and products on the Internet.
Tennis French Open mixed doubles Mii Kato's pair advances to the best 4
At the French Open, one of the four major tennis tournaments, the mixed doubles quarterfinals were held, and Mii Kato and a German pair defeated a Brazilian pair in straight sets to advance to the final four. rice field.