Did you ask Suu Kyi, a senior military officer in Myanmar, for mediation due to intensifying fighting?
According to sources close to the pro-democracy forces, it is believed that a high-level Myanmar military official met with detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi after the coup d'état two years ago. I understand. As the fighting with pro-democracy forces intensified, the military seems to have asked Suu Kyi to mediate to break the situation.
South Korea Claims more than 4.9 billion yen in damages to North Korea for the bombing of the joint liaison office
The South Korean government filed a lawsuit in a South Korean court demanding damages amounting to more than 4.9 billion yen in Japanese yen after North Korea blew up the inter-Korean joint liaison office three years ago. . In order to ensure that the statute of limitations for claiming compensation does not run, he emphasized that "we will resolutely deal with infringements of our property rights."
US Secretary of State Brinken to visit China and UK from 16th
The US State Department has announced that Secretary of State Brinken will visit China and the UK from 16th to 21st of this month. In China, he said he will meet with Chinese government officials in Beijing and exchange views on the importance of maintaining open communication channels to responsibly manage Sino-U.S. relations.
Abolition of child allowance income limit “strong opposition” Niinami representative secretary of Keizai Doyukai
At a press conference on the 14th, Niinami, chairman of the Keizai Doyukai, said he was "very opposed" to the fact that the government's "Children's Future Strategic Policy" to strengthen measures against the declining birthrate included the removal of income restrictions on child allowances. and severely criticized it.
Wataru Endo, key to offense and defense, appointed as captain of Japan national soccer team
Hajime Moriyasu, coach of the Japan national soccer team, has revealed that Wataru Endo, who has a lot of experience with the national team, has been appointed as the captain of the team.
“Non-genuine battery” Be careful of the risk of unexpected fire
Batteries are found everywhere in our lives, such as smartphones, vacuum cleaners, and power tools. Many people may use non-genuine products because they are "cheap" and "easily available," but you must be aware of the risk of unexpected fires.
Ground Self-Defense Force "sexual damage" trial 4 out of 5 former members fight
A lawsuit has begun at the Yokohama District Court seeking compensation from the government and five former members of the Ground Self-Defense Force, claiming that a female former SDF officer was sexually assaulted by multiple members and suffered mental anguish. Four of the five ex-members showed a stance of fighting, saying, "There was no act of sexual violence." The government acknowledged the fact of sexual damage, but said that it would reserve responsibility for compensation at this stage.
Thallium case Additional indictment for attempted murder of aunt Osaka District Public Prosecutors Office
A 37-year-old defendant accused of killing a female university student in Kyoto by ingesting thallium has been indicted for attempted murder by the Osaka District Public Prosecutor's Office, saying he also tried to kill his aunt with thallium.
Amendment bill to Act on Special Measures against Active Volcanoes Approved and enacted at the plenary session of the House of Councillors
In order to strengthen countermeasures against volcanoes, the bill to revise the Act on Special Measures against Active Volcanoes, including the establishment of a national ``Volcano Research Promotion Headquarters,'' was unanimously approved at a plenary session of the House of Councillors on the 14th, and enacted. Did.
The atmosphere is expected to be unstable over a wide area over the 16th. Be careful of heavy rain.
Due to the cold air above, the atmospheric conditions have become unstable over a wide area from western Japan to northern Japan, and rain clouds are developing locally. From the 15th to the 16th, even stronger cold air is expected to flow in, and the atmospheric conditions are expected to become very unstable over a wide area.
Preview before the opening of the "Harry Potter" facility on the site of Toshimaen
Prior to the opening of the experience-based facility for the movie "Harry Potter" in Nerima Ward, Tokyo, part of the facility was released to the media.
Prefectural government investigates whether cattle abuse on farms spreads videos Police also investigate Shimane Ota
A video of a man kicking a cow in a cow barn on a farm in Ota City, Shimane Prefecture, has gone viral on social media, prompting the prefecture to conduct an on-site investigation based on an ordinance that prohibits acts of violence against animals. , instructed. On the other hand, the police are also investigating the suspicion of violating the Animal Welfare Law.
Enactment of the Dementia Basic Law to enable people with dementia to live with hope
So that people with dementia can live with hope. The Dementia Basic Law, which stipulates the efforts of the national and local governments, was passed and enacted at the plenary session of the House of Councilors on the 14th. The number of people with dementia in Japan is increasing year by year, and is expected to reach approximately 7 million by 2025, according to an estimate by a research group of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. People with dementia and their families are appealing for a society in which people with dementia can live happily.
what happened at the scene of the heavy rain
The record heavy rain on the 2nd of this month caused damage such as overflowing rivers in Wakayama Prefecture, but most of the flooded areas were concentrated in tributary rivers where flood predictions were not announced on hazard maps. I understand. Experts point out, ``The linear rain belt is causing great damage even to rivers that have never been affected by disasters. (Wakayama Broadcasting Station: Manami Kotani and Kan Kumabe)
Cubs Seiya Suzuki Participated for the first time in 3 games and got 1 hit
Saga Yoshinogari Ruins Excavation Survey No burial goods were found from the sarcophagus tomb
Regarding the stone coffin tomb of the late Yayoi period that was unearthed at the Yoshinogari site in Saga Prefecture, Saga Prefecture completed the excavation survey inside on the 14th and revealed that no burial goods were found. On the other hand, the fact that the entire coffin was painted red ``confirmed that it was the tomb of an influential person during the time when Yamatai was said to have existed''.
Amazon small plane crash reveals situation in jungle with four children
South America The detailed situation in the jungle of four children aged 1 to 13 who were rescued after about 40 days from a small plane crash in the Colombian Amazon has become clear. It is said that the children survived hunger by eating cassava powder that was loaded on the small plane.
Kawasaki clock shop robbery suspect "explains the instructor if not caught by the police"
A 26-year-old suspect who was arrested on suspicion of robbery injury at a watch store in Kawasaki this week has testified, "The instructor explained that I would not be caught by the police." This is what I learned from interviews with investigators. Police are investigating the whereabouts of the man who fled the scene, and are investigating the possibility that there may be other people who gave instructions.
U.S. Secretary of State holds phone call with China's foreign minister
US Secretary of State Brinken and China's Foreign Minister Qin Gang held a telephone conversation. Multiple US media have reported that Secretary Brinken plans to leave for China this week and meet with Chinese government officials in Beijing, and it is possible that arrangements were made for the visit.
Evacuation instructions to 318,917 people in 155,806 households throughout Naha City, Okinawa
Due to the influence of the seasonal rain front, the Okinawa region is experiencing extremely unstable atmospheric conditions, and it is raining heavily. In response to the announcement of sediment disaster warning information, Naha City issued evacuation orders to 155,806 households and 318,917 people throughout Naha City at 2:37 pm on the 14th. The city has opened evacuation centers in nine locations in the city, including the city hall main building and public halls. This information is level 4 out of 5 warning levels, calling for everyone to evacuate from dangerous places.
Honda to develop new business jet “Sales around 2028”
Honda has announced that it will develop a new business jet with improved fuel efficiency and aim to sell it around 2028.
Kanto region Locally severe thunderstorms, watch out for floods and landslides
Due to the cold air above, the atmospheric conditions in the Kanto-Koshinetsu region have become unstable, and the Kanto region is experiencing localized severe thunderstorms. The unstable state of the atmosphere is expected to continue for 15 days, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for caution against flooding and landslides in low-lying areas.
Gasoline retail price rises for 4 consecutive weeks at 169.3 yen per liter
According to the Petroleum Information Center, which is commissioned by the government to investigate gasoline prices, the average retail price of regular gasoline was 169.3 yen per liter as of the 12th of this month, up 0.6 yen from last week. The price has risen for 4 weeks in a row.
Osaka Hankyu Umeda Main Store “Sprayed” 5th person and sore throat
On the afternoon of the 14th, at the Hankyu Umeda Main Store in Umeda, Osaka, there was a report that "the spray was sprayed in the toilet", and five women complained of pain in their eyes and throats. Both are minor injuries.
Assault such as pouring hot water on the boss Osaka City employee in his 40s to be dismissed
A male employee in his 40s at the Osaka Municipal Construction Bureau has been dismissed from work for repeatedly assaulting his boss with boiling water and hitting a stun gun.
Shohei Otani hits in 10 consecutive games and steals bases for 3 consecutive years
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani hit the bases in every at-bat, including two hits in the match against the Rangers.
The Beatles' last song "AI use complete" Paul McCartney
Former Beatles Paul McCartney has revealed that he will complete the unfinished last song of the Beatles using AI = artificial intelligence and release it within the year.
Tennis Kei Nishikori wins return match straight win About 1 year and 8 months after injury
Kei Nishikori, a tennis player, participated in the lower tour tournament for the first time in about 1 year and 8 months after leaving the tour in October due to injury, and won the return match by beating an American player in a straight line. decorated with
On-site inspection of 4 companies that may be a cartel in the sale of LP gas container valves JFTC
The Japan Fair Trade Commission has entered an on-site inspection on suspicion of violating the Antimonopoly Act, alleging that four manufacturers of valves for LP gas containers have formed a cartel that unfairly raises sales prices. I found out from the interview.
Court's serious case record disposal issue Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 'reflecting'
Regarding the issue of records of juvenile cases that have received social attention being discarded in courts around the country, Chief Justice Saburo Tokura of the Supreme Court said at a meeting of court chiefs and directors from all over the country, ``The cause is the response of the Supreme Court. It is inappropriate and I am frankly reflecting on it."
The world's refugees and displaced people are estimated to be the highest number of about 110 million people UN
The number of people displaced by conflicts and persecution around the world is estimated to have reached 110 million, the highest ever, by last month, partly due to the impact of Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, according to the United Nations. clarified.
Explosion at a factory in Itoigawa City, Niigata One male worker has cardiopulmonary arrest
According to the police and fire department, at around 9:20 am on the 14th, an explosion occurred in the factory of the chemical manufacturer "Denka" in Itoigawa City, Niigata Prefecture, and one male worker was in cardiopulmonary arrest. A worker was also injured. According to the fire department, when a worker was cutting a pipe, an explosion occurred in the factory plant and the police are confirming the situation.
Stock price temporarily rises by more than 400 yen and hits the highest price since March 1990
On the Tokyo stock market on the 14th, buy orders were placed on many stocks due to the view that interest rate hikes in the United States would temporarily stop, and the Nikkei Stock Average temporarily rose by more than 400 yen. New high price since the month.
Suspect in thallium case Purchased university-related outfit just before aunt's incident
The suspect, who was charged with killing a female university student in Kyoto by ingesting thallium, was re-arrested for trying to kill her aunt. Turns out I was buying thallium. Police suspect that the two were ingested thallium.
National settlement of accounts for 2021 Approved at the House of Councilors plenary session
The national settlement of accounts for 2021 was approved at the plenary session of the House of Councilors. On the other hand, in response to the corruption scandal surrounding the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, a warning resolution was passed requesting the government to take all possible measures to prevent a recurrence of such incidents in large-scale competitions to be held in the future.
Ukrainian president to impose sanctions on Russian missile companies
As Ukraine ramps up its reversal offensive, President Zelensky calls for the international community to impose sanctions on companies involved in Russian missile manufacturing, arguing that 11 people were killed in a missile attack on eastern Ukraine by the Russian military. I called.
House of Councilors plenary session Basic Act on Dementia passed
The Basic Act on Dementia, which stipulates the efforts of the national and local governments so that people with dementia can live with hope, was unanimously approved and enacted at the plenary session of the House of Councillors.
[Breaking news] GSDF shooting range automatic rifle shooting incident 1 person in serious condition arrested 10-year-old soldier
According to investigative sources, on the 14th, someone fired an automatic rifle at the Hino Basic Firing Range of the Ground Self-Defense Force in Gifu City. According to investigative sources, the teenage self-defense officer who fired the automatic rifle has already been arrested. According to Ministry of Defense officials, three members of the Ground Self-Defense Force were taken to the hospital, one of whom is unconscious. According to Ministry of Defense officials, shooting training began at this firing range around 9:00 a.m., and shortly after that, there was information that three members of the Self-Defense Forces were shot with rifles.
Ukrainian artwork transferred to Louvre museum in France
In order to protect valuable artefacts in Ukraine, where Russia's military invasion continues, works that have been transferred to the Louvre Museum in France will be exhibited, and were released to the media on the 13th, before being open to the public.
Working to resolve issues with Amazon cloud services
Amazon, a major American IT company, announced that its cloud service was out of order after 4:00 am on the 14th, Japan time. Some Western media reports that Amazon's servers have gone down, causing problems such as the US Delta Air Lines website and McDonald's smartphone app, a major hamburger chain. Amazon says that after 6:00 am on the 14th Japan time, many services have been restored, but they are continuing to work to completely eliminate the failure.
Putin claims 'serious loss' to Ukraine in reversal offensive
Russian President Vladimir Putin reiterated his stance of pushing forward with a military invasion, claiming that the Ukrainian military repelled the counteroffensive and that the Ukrainian side suffered "serious losses." It seems that the aim is to show off the claim that the Russian military is preventing counterattacks both domestically and internationally.
Former Trump pleads not guilty to all 37 indictments over classified documents
Former U.S. President Donald Trump was arraigned last week in a Southern Florida court after being indicted for handling classified documents. Multiple media outlets in the United States have claimed their innocence in all 37 cases, including the crime of knowingly retaining information related to national defense, and have shown a willingness to fight.
Strengthening countermeasures against ``lone wolf type'' attacks Calling for cooperation from real estate agents Metropolitan Police Department
In the midst of a series of lone wolf-type attacks called "loan offenders," such as the shooting of former Prime Minister Abe, the Metropolitan Police Department calls for cooperation from real estate agents and reports any suspicious information about properties it manages. We are working to strengthen countermeasures, such as urging
Two arrested for attempted robbery at a luxury watch purchase store in Nagoya
On the night of the 13th, a group of two people broke into a luxury watch store in Nagoya city and tried to rob the store clerk with a kitchen knife, but they were arrested by the rushing police. Police are investigating the relationship between the two men and how they attacked the store.
Prime Minister Kishida ``assess the situation'' on the dissolution of the House of Representatives
Regarding the dissolution of the House of Representatives, Prime Minister Kishida expressed the recognition that it is necessary to assess the situation toward the end of the Diet session. The ruling and opposition parties are voicing the possibility of dissolution, and there is also the view that the opposition party is trying to prevent the submission of a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet, and the final stages of the Diet are becoming more and more like a war of nerves. .
Belarusian President ``If attacked, no nuclear hesitation''
On the 13th, Belarusian President Lukashenko said he would not hesitate to use tactical nuclear weapons that Russia, an ally of Belarus, has announced to deploy in Belarus if there is an attack on us, and insisted that he would decide for himself whether to use nuclear weapons. , intimidated the opposing Western side.