Badminton Indonesia OP Women's W Fukushima Hirota pair wins second place
The international badminton tournament "Indonesia Open" held its finals on the 18th, and in the women's doubles, the pair of Yuki Fukushima and Ayaka Hirota, ranked 10th in the world, lost to the South Korean pair and finished second. rice field.
[Professional baseball results] Possibility of winning the interleague game for 3 teams
Six professional baseball games were played. DeNA, who took the lead with 11 wins and 6 losses in the interleague match, won their first victory on the 19th if they won or drew. If they lose, Softbank, who have already completed the entire schedule with 11 wins and 7 losses, and Rakuten, who have 9 wins and 7 losses and have two games left, may win.
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura inspects the planned construction site of the "Rapidus" factory Hokkaido
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura visited the planned site of a factory to be built in Chitose City, Hokkaido by Rapidus, a company jointly invested by major Japanese companies with the aim of domestically producing cutting-edge semiconductors. He indicated his intention to support the advancement of related companies.
“Hydrate with watermelon” road race held for the first time in four years Tomisato Chiba
The "Watermelon Road Race" was held for the first time in four years on the 18th in Tomisato City, Chiba Prefecture, which is known as a production area of watermelons, while rehydrating with watermelons.
Ukrainian Army in reversal offensive Small advance may cause many casualties on both sides
The Ukrainian army, aiming to retake territory, continues its counteroffensive in the eastern and southern provinces. The British Ministry of Defense said the Ukrainians were making small advances, while the Russians were also trying to repel them, with heavy casualties on both sides.
Block walls collapsed by an earthquake with a seismic intensity of less than 6 Measures for school routes are more than 10% Osaka
Five years ago, an earthquake with a seismic intensity of 6-lower was observed in the northern part of Osaka Prefecture. After the earthquake, local governments in Osaka Prefecture inspected block walls along elementary and junior high school commuting routes, and while about 8,800 locations were classified as "dangerous," only 10% of them confirmed that countermeasures, such as removal, had been taken. I found out in NHK's coverage that it stays too much.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 18th)
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 regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 18th (Japan time), including 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)
Ritsumin Okada moves to unify opposition candidates
In preparation for the next House of Representatives election, within the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, there is a move to unify the opposition candidates in single-seat constituencies. He also indicated that he would rush to prepare for the election, assuming that the House of Representatives would be dissolved.
Prime Minister Kishida gave a lecture at Waseda University “Challenge with hope and curiosity”
Prime Minister Kishida gave a lecture in front of students at Waseda University, his alma mater. Instead, I called on people to take on challenges with hope and curiosity.
A hot day of 35.5 degrees in Maebashi Tomorrow is also expected to be a midsummer day in western Japan and Tokai
On the 18th, it was sunny and warm in a wide area from western Japan to northern Japan, and in some places in the Kanto region, it was a hot day of 35 degrees or more. The 19th is also expected to be a midsummer day of over 30 degrees Celsius in western Japan and the Tokai region, so please continue to take measures against heatstroke.
Para swimmer Ai Ishihara sets a new Japanese record of 58.44 seconds in the women's 100m freestyle
Competitive swimmer Ai Ishihara, who aims to participate in both the Paris Olympics and Paralympics next year, marked a time of 58.44 seconds, a new Japanese Paralympics record, at the women's 100m freestyle event held in Hyogo Prefecture. Did.
US-China Foreign Ministers' Meeting Begins Focus on Whether Relations Can Be Stopped
U.S. Secretary of State Brinken and China's Foreign Minister Qin Gang started a meeting in the capital Beijing on the afternoon of the 18th Japan time. As the bilateral relationship cools down, the focus is on whether the deterioration of the relationship can be stopped.
His Majesty the Emperor visits a subway depot in Indonesia, which opens with support from Japan
His Majesty the Emperor, who has been visiting Indonesia since the 17th, visited Indonesia's first subway depot, which was opened with Japanese assistance.
``Spider Battle'' held for the first time in 4 years, where two spiders fight for over 400 years
For the first time in four years, the traditional event "Spider Battle" in Aira City, Kagoshima Prefecture, where two spiders fight on a thin stick, was held.
Collision between trucks Death of both drivers Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway Toyama
On the morning of the 18th, a medium-sized truck and a large truck collided on the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway in Nanto City, Toyama Prefecture, killing two drivers, both 21 and 55 years old. Police are investigating the details of the accident.
Bus and truck collide multiple people injured Hospital transport 2 people seriously injured Hokkaido
According to the police, on the afternoon of the 18th, a bus and a truck collided on National Route 5 in Noda, Yakumo-cho, Hokkaido. Several people were injured in the accident and taken to the hospital, and there is information that two of them, the driver of the bus and the truck, were seriously injured. It also means that several pigs that were loaded on the truck bed are on the road. Police are investigating the details of the accident.
Writer Yumie Hiraiwa died of interstitial pneumonia on the 9th of this month at the age of 91.
Yumie Hiraiwa, a writer known for her period novel series "Onyado Kawasemi" (Onyado), which has been turned into a TV drama, died of interstitial pneumonia at a hospital in Tokyo on June 9th. She was 91 years old.
Tennis Kei Nishikori Return from injury Semi-final straight win to final
Kei Nishikori, a tennis player, defeated a Brazilian player in a straight line to advance to the final in the singles semi-final of the lower tour tournament, which he is participating in as a return match from injury.
GSDF helicopter accident "funeral ceremony" Prime Minister Kishida delivers a condolence message
A "funeral ceremony" was held at a garrison in Kumamoto City for 10 members of the Ground Self-Defense Force who died in a helicopter accident off Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture in April this year, and Prime Minister Kishida lost the members. In his condolences, he said that this was a great loss to Japan, and that he felt deeply regretted.
“Aging in the sea for about 8 months” Sake is salvaged off the coast of Kushiro, Hokkaido
Off the coast of Kushiro City, Hokkaido, sake that has been aged for about eight months in the sea to become a new specialty was withdrawn on the 18th.
Temperature rises in western and northern Japan Already midsummer days Expected to be extremely hot days in inland Kanto
On the 18th, wide areas from western Japan to northern Japan will be sunny and the temperature will rise. In the inland Kanto area, it is expected to be a hot day with temperatures of 35 degrees or more, so please be careful not to get heatstroke, take frequent breaks, and drink plenty of water.
Totsuka-ku, Yokohama 78-year-old man murdered on the street 64-year-old office worker arrested on suspicion of murder
In February this year, a 78-year-old man who was walking on a sidewalk along a national highway in Totsuka Ward, Yokohama died after being hit on the head with something like a stick. A company employee was arrested on suspicion of murder. In response to the investigation, he denied the allegations, saying, "I haven't done it."
Five years after seismic intensity 6 lower in northern Osaka, girl died due to block wall collapse Memorial ceremony
On the 18th, it has been 5 years since an earthquake with a seismic intensity of lower 6 was observed in the northern part of Osaka Prefecture. A memorial ceremony was held at an elementary school in Takatsuki City, Osaka, where a school block wall collapsed and a girl died, and a moment of silence was offered at the time of the earthquake.
U.S. Secretary of State Brinken arrives in Beijing to attend the U.S.-China Foreign Ministers' Meeting in the afternoon
U.S. Secretary of State Brinken is expected to arrive in the Chinese capital Beijing on the morning of the 18th and hold talks with China's Foreign Minister Qin Gang in the afternoon. At the meeting, in addition to the US-China relationship, opinions are expected to be exchanged on Taiwan and the situation in Ukraine, and the focus is on whether the deterioration of bilateral relations can be stopped.
Women's Golf US Tour 3rd R Ayaka Furue retreats to 2nd place, 1 stroke behind the top
The third round of the women's golf US tour was held in Michigan on the 17th, and Ayaka Furue, who came out of the lead, fell to second place with a total of 14 under par and one stroke behind the top.
French International Animated Film Festival Director Tomohisa Taguchi wins Paul Grimaud Award
At one of the world's largest animation film festivals held in France, Japanese director Tomohisa Taguchi's "Tunnel into Summer, Farewell to the Exit", which was nominated in the feature category, won the special Paul Grimaud Award. Did.
Chinese Communist Party executives insist on ``one China'' before Taiwan presidential election
Politburo Standing Committee member Wang Huning, who ranks fourth in the ranks of the Communist Party of China and is in charge of Taiwan policy, made a speech on the 17th at a forum for discussing exchanges with Taiwan held by China in Fujian Province. and Taiwan belong to one China."
Grammy Award "Only human creators can win" AI is not eligible
With the rapid spread of generative AI such as ChatGPT, the organizers of the Grammy Awards, which are considered the highest honor in the American music world, have announced a new rule that only human creators are eligible for awards.
Angels Otani No. 23 home run, leading alone in both leagues
On the 17th, Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started as the 2nd designated hitter in the match against the Royals and hit the 23rd solo home run of the season in the 4th at-bat in the 7th at-bat for the first time in 2 games.
JR East Uses observed rainfall for speed regulation due to localized heavy rain on all conventional lines
In order to accurately respond to localized heavy rain, JR East will introduce a system that utilizes rainfall observed by radar for speed regulation on all conventional lines and will operate from the 18th.
President Putin Meets with Delegation of 7 African Leaders
Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with a delegation made up of the leaders of seven African countries, including South Africa. showed.
Extremely hot days expected in inland Kanto Beware of heat stroke
It is expected to be sunny and midsummer for 18 days in a wide area from western Japan to northern Japan, and it is expected to be a hot day of 35 degrees or more in the inland area of Kanto. Be careful not to get heatstroke, and take measures such as taking frequent breaks and rehydrating.
Uganda school attack kills 37 students, suspected to be Islamic extremists
At least 37 students were killed in a school attack in Uganda, East Africa. The Ugandan army is chasing the whereabouts of an Islamic extremist organization based in the neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Stock prices continued to rise this week. On the Tokyo stock market on the 16th, the Nikkei average stock price closed at 33,706 yen, the highest closing price in 33 years since the bubble period. Foreign investors are the driving force behind this high stock price. Regarding the trading method, we hear voices such as "futures led" and "move from futures to spot". I interviewed how overseas investors are moving. (Economic Department reporter Mitsutaka Saito)