Anti-immigrant support groups rally in front of the Diet to revise the Immigration Control Law
As deliberations on bills to revise the immigration control law to review the way foreigners are detained reach their final stages, groups supporting foreigners held a rally in front of the Diet and said, "We must not allow bills that exclude foreigners from society." And so on.
Hiroshima Prefecture Evacuation information to be notified to relatives living away Using communication app
Hiroshima Prefecture, which has been repeatedly devastated by past disasters, such as the heavy rains in western Japan five years ago, has used communication apps to provide evacuation information issued by local governments not only to the person himself but also to relatives and acquaintances living far away. I'm going to start an initiative to notify you. The idea is to connect this to calls for evacuation by people close to you.
Tennis Open French Open mixed doubles Mii Kato and German player pair advance to the final
At the French Open, one of the four major tennis tournaments, the mixed doubles semi-finals were held, and Mii Kato and a German pair defeated a pair of Indonesian and Dutch players in straight sets to advance to the final. I was.
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It has been five years since the Japanese version of “pleacial bargaining” was introduced. This is a system in which suspects cooperate with investigations and receive rewards such as deferring prosecution. As a means of collecting new evidence, it has attracted attention as a turning point in criminal justice. However, only three cases in the past five years have been found to be applicable. I will tell you in detail how the people concerned analyzed and evaluated this.
Government to set up a new conference over Johnny's issues Coordination at the first meeting next week
In response to a series of complaints about sexual assault by the former president of Johnny & Associates, the government has set up a new meeting of related ministries and agencies to consider measures to prevent similar damage, and the first meeting will be held next week. We are making adjustments to open the
Power cartel shareholders demand Kansai Electric to sue former executives
In response to the problem that Kansai Electric Power Co. formed a cartel with Chugoku Electric Power Co., Chubu Electric Power Co., and Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc. over electricity sales to business operators, individual shareholders of Kansai Electric Power Co. said that the company's losses amounted to more than 350 billion yen. I insisted and requested the company to file a lawsuit seeking compensation from the officers at the time. If the company does not file a lawsuit, it plans to file a shareholder derivative lawsuit.
Nagasaki Maritime Self-Defense Force Suicide Litigation for Compensation by Parents State Attitude to Fight
Two years ago, the Chief Marine, who was working on an escort ship whose home port was the Maritime Self-Defense Force Sasebo Base in Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, committed suicide because of power harassment in addition to long working hours. A trial seeking compensation of more than 77 million yen began on the 7th, and the government showed a willingness to fight.
Ukraine dam collapse ``may cause damage in days,'' UK Ministry of Defense
The UK Ministry of Defense has warned that flooding could spread in the coming days after a hydroelectric dam burst in southern Ukraine. On the other hand, as the Ukrainian military is intensifying its reversal offensive, there is also the view that the impact of the floods on Ukrainian military operations will be limited.
Nankai Trough Megaquake Evaluation Committee ``No particular changes observed''
A regular review meeting was held to assess the possibility of a huge earthquake occurring in the Nankai Trough, and the opinion was summarized that "no particular changes have been observed."
Nagoya Prison Apology for partial deletion of surveillance camera footage inside the facility
In a trial in which the bereaved family of a male inmate who died while serving time in Nagoya Prison is seeking damages from the government, Nagoya Prison saves surveillance camera footage of the situation inside the facility after the man's death in a recording medium. At that time, it turned out that part of the man's video was not left because he accidentally saved the video of another person. The prison apologized to the court and the bereaved family for causing trouble to the court and the bereaved family due to a staff member's mistake, as it was noticed when the court requested preservation of evidence and submitted the recording medium.
High school student murder case 13 years ago Former boy denies murderous intent at first trial Kobe District Court
Thirteen years ago, the Kobe District Court held the first trial of a 17-year-old boy accused of murdering a second-year high school boy on the streets of Kobe by stabbing him with a knife. He denied the murderous intent, stating, "I didn't mean to kill."
Former Prime Minister Abe's shooting Yamagami is expected to attend the ``pre-trial arrangement procedure''
Tetsuya Yamagami, who was indicted for murder and other crimes in the case where former Prime Minister Abe was shot in Nara City last July, will be held for the first time next week in preparation for the trial. I learned from an interview with a person concerned that it is expected to attend.
[Video] Birth of American Beaver Twins in Suita, Osaka
American beaver twins were born at a creature exhibition facility in Suita, Osaka, and are gaining popularity for their adorable appearance.
Appreciation Letter to Toy Poodle Anzu Finds Missing Woman
Anzu, a toy poodle of the Ibaraki Prefectural Police, who was dispatched to search for a woman in her 70s who had gone missing and found her safely using her sense of smell, was awarded.
Damage and impact seen from satellite imagery of dam collapse in Ukraine
The Ukrainian military has announced that Russia has destroyed a hydroelectric dam on the Dnipro River in the southern Kherson Oblast. With the dam breaking and massive flooding occurring, the local governor says about 16,000 residents are in danger and are evacuating. On the other hand, the Russian side objected that it was carried out on the order of the Ukrainian government. From the satellite images, we can see the state of the collapse of the dam and the damage to the residential area little by little. We will also provide detailed information on the expert's views on the impact.
20 people are unwell at a high school in Edogawa, Tokyo 6 people are transported due to heat stroke
According to the Tokyo Fire Department, around 1:00 pm on the 7th, 20 people complained of heatstroke at Koiwa High School in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, and 6 of them were transported to the hospital.
My number card About 130,000 registered accounts other than the person himself/herself
There have been cases in which an account that seems to be in the name of a family member, such as a child's parent, has been registered in relation to public money receiving accounts that can receive government benefits, etc., by linking My Numbers with accounts of financial institutions and registering them. About 130,000 cases have been confirmed.
Former lawmaker Gersey distributes revenue from video distribution to multiple accounts to collaborators
In a case where former member of the House of Councilors Gersey was arrested for repeatedly threatening celebrities on a video posting site, the profits obtained from video distribution flowed to multiple accounts in addition to the account in the name of himself and his family. This is what I learned from interviews with investigators. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating whether multiple collaborators were involved in the video distribution and distributed the revenue.
"I'm going to look for a shop to apologize for being late." A man was meeting a woman he met on a matching app. A woman took me to a rip-off bar in Kabukicho, Tokyo. Crimes that misuse dating tools. What can we do to avoid being deceived? (Digital coverage team not deceived / Yuki Wakabayashi)
Ueno Kikinzoku store robbery: New suspect arrested
In March this year, a 20-year-old suspect was newly arrested in a robbery case in which a pair of people broke into a precious metal store in Ueno, Tokyo and robbed a luxury watch worth about 100 million yen. It is believed that he was acquainted with the two people who were arrested and indicted as the executioners, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating in detail. He denies the allegations against the investigation.
New York, USA Dark even during bright hours Impact of Canadian wildfires
Due to the influence of the smoke from the wildfires occurring in eastern Canada, in New York, USA, the city became dim even during bright hours. State officials are urging people with pre-existing medical conditions to stay home.
Revised hotel business law enacted to ask customers suspected of specific infectious diseases to cooperate with countermeasures
The revised Inns and Hotels Act, which allows inns and hotels to ask customers suspected of having specific infectious diseases to cooperate in infection control, was approved and enacted by a large majority at the plenary session of the House of Councillors.
Taiwan Opposition People's Party Mr. Ko Wenchez "Security Dialogue by US-Japan-Taiwan Senior Officials"
Ko Wen-che, the former mayor of Taipei and leader of the opposition People's Party, who is planning to run for the Taiwan presidential election in January next year, responded to an NHK interview and said that if he is elected president, senior officials from the United States, Japan and Taiwan will He expressed his desire to hold security dialogues on a regular basis.
Fire at a restaurant near Nagoya station One man in his 70s was transported No life-threatening condition
Before 1:00 pm on the 7th, there was a fire at a restaurant near Nagoya Station in Nishi-ku, Nagoya City, and a man in his 70s breathed smoke and was transported to the hospital, but there is no life-threatening condition. .
Immigration law revision bill decided by the chairman's authority on the 8th
Regarding the revision of the Immigration Control Law to review the way foreigners are detained, Sugi, chairman of the Komeito Party, decided to vote ex officio on the 8th at a council meeting of the House of Councilors Judicial Committee held on the 7th.
Early dissolution theory "What kind of justification?"
The Constitutional Democratic Party's chairman of the Diet Affairs Committee, Azumi, questioned the theory of an early dissolution of the House of Representatives, saying, ``We have to see what the cause is for the dissolution of the House of Representatives when it is less than halfway through its four-year term.''
Tennis French Open Kato disqualified Players Association ``unfair judgment'' statement
The PTPA (Professional Tennis Players Association) said, ``It is an unfair decision. , it is clear that it was not offensive," he said in a statement.
Shizuoka Numazu Hospital flooded by heavy rain resumes accepting rehabilitation patients
A hospital in Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, which was damaged by the flooding of the rehabilitation facility on the first floor due to record heavy rain, resumed accepting rehabilitation patients from the 7th.
``Soft cream from the machine to the mouth'' video shooting posting or 3 people sending documents
Three men and women in their 20s were sent documents on suspicion of forcible obstruction of business at a karaoke chain store in Saitama Prefecture, alleging that they filmed a video of putting soft-serve ice cream directly into their mouths from the machine and posted it on SNS to interfere with business. .
Approximately 700 kilograms of powder believed to be stimulants seized from cargo ship, second highest ever
In March, an interview with investigative officials revealed that about 700 kg of powder believed to be a stimulant had been seized from a ship container that arrived at the port of Tokyo from the UAE = United Arab Emirates. The retail price is estimated to be about 43 billion yen, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating that an international drug smuggling group is involved.
Shohei Ohtani home run for the first time in 5 games against the Cubs
On the 6th, Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started the game against the Cubs, to which Seiya Suzuki belongs, as the second designated hitter. I hit Ohtani's home run is the first in five games.
Self-Defense Forces Equipment Withdrawal of Manufacturing Companies Allows Nationalization of Production Lines
In order to maintain the production base of the equipment essential for the mission of the Self-Defense Forces, a law was passed and enacted at the plenary session of the House of Councillors that allows the production line to be nationalized and managed by another company when the company that manufactures it withdraws. Did.
Ukraine dam burst Ukraine and Russia “Sabotage of the other party”
Ukraine and Russia continue to accuse each other of sabotage by the other side when a dam at a hydroelectric power plant in southern Ukraine burst and caused a large-scale flood. The head of humanitarian affairs at the United Nations expressed strong concern about the impact on civilian life, saying, "This is the most serious damage to civilian infrastructure since the military invasion began."
West to East Japan: Risk of heavy rains tomorrow
Due to the influence of the front, very heavy rain will fall in western Japan and the Pacific side of eastern Japan from the 8th to the 9th, and there is a risk of heavy rain. Rain is expected to intensify again in areas damaged by the record heavy rain last weekend, and caution is required against landslides and other disasters.
Saito's legal inquiry resolution rejected;
A bill to censure Saito, Minister of Justice, submitted by the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan was voted on at the plenary session of the House of Councillors, and was rejected with a majority of opposition from both the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito Party, as well as the Japan Restoration Party.
US Secretary of State to visit China within weeks, multiple US media reports
Multiple US media reported that US Secretary of State Brinken is making arrangements to visit China in the next few weeks. The visit was postponed after a Chinese balloon flew over the United States in February and was shot down by the US military.
Stock price rises by more than 200 yen immediately after trading starts, but plunges by more than 500 yen at one point
On the 7th, the Nikkei Stock Average rose by more than 200 yen immediately after the start of trading, reaching a new high of 33 years since July 1990 during the bubble period. There is also a scene, and it is a rough price movement. A market insider said, ``The Nikkei Stock Average rose by more than 200 yen immediately after the start of trading, but after that, there was a sudden increase in sell orders for semiconductors and other brands, and after 10 a.m., the stock price plunged by more than 500 yen. Selling orders to secure profits for the time being are also conspicuous, partly because prices have risen for four consecutive business days."
A woman's body was found in a thicket in Akita Five former gangsters arrested
In May, the Metropolitan Police Department arrested five men, including former gang members, on suspicion of abandoning the body of a 48-year-old woman from Aichi Prefecture in a wooded area in Akita City. I learned this from interviews with people involved. Police are also investigating how the woman died.
Prince Harry Appears in Court "Article Written by Wiretapping"
Prince Harry, the second son of King Charles of England, has appeared in court for the first time against a company that publishes a popular newspaper, accusing that articles were written by illegal means such as tapping answering machines. I will let you take it," he criticized.
Arctic sea ice could melt away in the summer of the 2030s
The latest research has found that if global warming continues at this rate, the Arctic sea ice may melt as early as the summer of the 2030s. "Gives you" is ringing the alarm bell.
China-Russia bomber joint flight Ministry of Defense "It's a demonstration to Japan"
It was confirmed on the 6th that Chinese and Russian military bombers flew jointly over the East China Sea from the Sea of Japan. The Ministry of Defense continues to be vigilant and monitor it, saying it was clearly intended as a demonstration against Japan.
A record number of "shareholder proposals" to Japanese companies How should companies deal with this?
Ukrainian dam burst 'most serious incident' at UN Security Council meeting
Regarding the flooding caused by the collapse of the hydroelectric power plant dam in southern Ukraine, the United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting to discuss the response from 5:00 am on the 7th, Japan time. .
French diplomats are reluctant for a liaison office that NATO is considering opening in Japan
Regarding NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization considering opening a liaison office in Japan, a French diplomatic source told NHK that "the scope of NATO is stipulated in the treaty," etc. showed.
Former MP Garthy: 'I didn't think it was a crime'
Former member of the House of Councilors Gersey, who was arrested for repeatedly threatening celebrities on a video posting site, said in an investigation by the Metropolitan Police Department, ``I didn't think it was a crime,'' according to an interview with investigative sources. I was. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating in more detail how the former lawmaker repeated radical transmissions.
Fukuoka Mizumaki murder case Woman found with her hands and feet tied
In an incident where a woman was found murdered in an apartment room in Mizumaki, Fukuoka Prefecture on the 5th, it was newly found by interviews with investigators that her hands and feet were tied. .
Russian Defense Minister Claims Ukraine Has Launched Reverse Offensives in Various Regions
Russian Defense Minister Shoigu has claimed that Ukrainian forces have launched counteroffensives on various fronts. There is a possibility that the Ukrainian army's movement to recapture territory has entered a new phase, such as the British Ministry of Defense pointing out that ``battles on the front have increased significantly.''