Judo Abe siblings selected to represent Paris Olympics Gold medal at Tokyo Olympics
In judo at the Tokyo Olympics, four men, including Hifumi Abe, a 66-kilometer class boy who won the gold medal for the first time in history, and his sister, a 52-kilogram class poetry player, have been selected to represent the Paris Olympics next year.
Mother arrested for killing 4-year-old daughter Suspected of routinely abusing her
In May, a 42-year-old mother was arrested in Tsu City after her 4-year-old daughter fell from a table onto the floor and died. Her daughter had multiple bruises on her body, and police are investigating the suspicion of routine abuse.
“We captured evidence of the existence of “background gravitational waves”” Research team including rice
An international research team such as the United States has announced that it has captured evidence that `` gravitational waves '', a phenomenon in which very slight distortions of time and space are transmitted like waves, are coming from all directions in the universe. The research team says that it will lead to elucidation of the origin of the universe.
Nearly 100km/h Death hit-and-run 1 year running away continues At that time, the scene
A 26-year-old suspect on a national wanted list. He's been on the run for over a year. Police are appealing for information by posting a video of the suspect on social media. We are conducting an all-out investigation, but a year has passed without an arrest. A year ago, in Beppu City, Oita Prefecture, a 19-year-old university student lost his life in a hit-and-run incident. Police believe the suspect may have deliberately rear-ended the car at a speed of nearly 100 kilometers per hour. What happened at the scene and where did the suspect flee? (Information on the case should be provided to the Beppu Police Station at 0977-21-2131.)
Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Store Additional taxation due to non-reporting of about 390 million yen
Some stores of Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Store, a major department store, sold cosmetics to foreigners who were not allowed to exempt from consumption tax due to insufficient identity verification and suspicion of resale purposes. An interview with a person concerned revealed that the National Tax Bureau pointed out that about 390 million yen was not declared, and that about 430 million yen was collected.
[Explanation by a weather forecaster] Heavy rain is likely the day after tomorrow, prepare early
From the 30th, the frontline activity will become active, and there is a risk of heavy rain mainly on the Sea of Japan side, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for early preparations as there is a risk of disaster. About future prospects and points to note Amon Haruyama Weather forecaster commentary *Broadcast on June 29th on "NHK News 7"
GSDF Forced indecency case First trial All three former members claim innocence
Two years ago, the first trial was held for three former members of the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force who were accused of forcibly indecent assaults on a woman who was a member of the Ground Self-Defense Force, and all of them claimed innocence.
Water column blows up during excavation work in the mountains Rankoshi Town, Hokkaido
On the morning of the 29th, in the mountains of Rankoshi-cho, Hokkaido, a water column erupted during excavation work for geothermal power generation, and the company that was doing the construction is working to suppress the eruption.
Wagner armed rebellion: Top Russian military officials may have known plans in advance
Regarding the armed rebellion caused by Mr. Prigozhin, the head of the Russian private military company Wagner, it is said that one of the top officials of the Russian military knew the plan in advance and sided with Mr. Prigozhin. is rising. The Russian presidential office has denied these reports.
Blindness due to baton collision Okinawa prefectural police officer indicted without detention for professional negligence injury
A 31-year-old police officer at the Okinawa Prefectural Police Headquarters hit a 17-year-old male high school student riding a motorcycle on the streets of Okinawa City with a baton in January last year, causing serious injuries such as blindness. He was indicted at home for bodily injury.
Ground Self-Defense Force helicopter accident and flight training of the same type to resume after 30th
In April this year, due to a helicopter accident of the Ground Self-Defense Force that occurred off the coast of Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture, the Ground Self-Defense Force decided to resume flight training for the same type of aircraft that had been suspended after the accident after the 30th. I have notified the authorities.
Softbank plans to invest about 20 billion yen in supercomputer development for generation AI development
Softbank has revealed a policy to invest about 20 billion yen to develop a supercomputer in order to develop its own generation AI. It is said that it will secure the top-class calculation processing capacity in Japan.
Odakyu Line Slash Incident “Only I am unhappy, I am drawing a poor lottery”
Two years ago, in a trial in which several passengers were slashed in a train on the Odakyu Line while it was running, the defendant, who was accused of attempted murder and other crimes, was questioned. I felt that I was pulling back, and my inferiority complex turned into hatred."
Electricity charges for billing in August Decrease in 8 major electric power companies Due to lower fuel prices
The 10 major electric power companies will announce the electricity bills for August billing this year, and 8 out of 10 companies will reduce the price due to the recent decline in fuel prices.
Eight children at elementary school are unwell One person is transported due to heat stroke Miyagi Iwanuma
At an elementary school in Iwanuma City, Miyagi Prefecture, eight children who were participating in the training complained of poor physical condition, and one of them was taken to the hospital. According to the fire department, all of them are considered to be heatstroke.
Summer bonus of over 950,000 yen, up 3.91% from last year, third highest level ever
The average summer bonus for major companies this year was 956,027 yen per employee, an increase of 3.91% from last year, surpassing the previous year for the second consecutive year. Payouts are the third highest since 1981, when the current method began.
There is a risk of heavy rain on Saturday Meteorological Agency ``It is not strange if a disaster occurs''
From the 30th to Saturday, July 1st, the seasonal rain front will move southwards and become more active, and there is a risk of heavy rains centering on the Sea of Japan side from western Japan to the Tohoku region. In addition to areas where the ground has become loose due to the rain over the past few days, rainfall is expected to increase in areas where there is usually little rain. increase.
“For the first time in 7 years” Japan-Korea financial dialogue held “currency swap agreement” discussion?
The Japan-Korea Financial Dialogue was held in Tokyo, where financial officials, including ministers in charge of Japan and South Korea, exchange opinions on economic and fiscal issues. It was held for the first time in seven years, and it seems that discussions were exchanged toward the resumption of the ``currency swap agreement,'' which allows mutual currencies to be exchanged when the financial market is confused.
Yen exchange rate temporarily drops to the high 144 yen level at 1 dollar = the level for the first time in about 7 months
On the 29th, the yen weakened further in the Tokyo foreign exchange market, and the yen exchange rate temporarily fell to the upper 144 yen level to the dollar, marking the first time in about seven months that the yen has depreciated against the dollar. At a financial symposium held in Portugal on the 28th, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Bank of Japan Governor Ueda said they were aware of the widening interest rate differential between Japan and the United States, and yen selling and dollar buying are progressing. . In the foreign exchange market, while Europe and the United States will continue to tighten monetary policy for the time being, there is a growing view that monetary easing will continue in Japan.
Yankees Haman becomes the 24th man in MLB history for the first time in 11 years
Pitcher Harman of the major league Yankees achieved the 24th perfect game in 11 years against the Athletics in Oakland, California on the 28th.
Shohei Ohtani loses three hits, including a triple
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani scored three hits including three bases against the White Sox on the 28th, but the team lost.
Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato “Hurry to improve system accuracy to integrate Mynacard”
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare held the first meeting of the "Promotion Headquarters" established within the ministry to integrate My Number Cards and health insurance cards. Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato expressed his intention to urgently improve the accuracy of the system so that the public can use it with peace of mind.
Damage such as hail and flooding in the northern part of Saitama Due to atmospheric instability on the 28th
On the 28th, due to the extremely unstable atmospheric conditions, heavy rain and hail fell in Saitama Prefecture, causing gusts, hail, and flooding mainly in the northern part of the prefecture.
Sakura Ando and Shunji Iwai among candidates for US Academy Award members
The organization that hosts the Academy Awards, considered to be the highest honor in the American film industry, has announced new candidates for members who will select the awards, including actor Sakura Ando and film director Shunji Iwai. .
Shiga Omihachiman A gust on the 28th or damage to about 10 buildings Surveyed by the Meteorological Observatory
On the 28th, a gust of wind occurred in Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture, causing damage to the roof tiles of about 10 buildings. The Japan Meteorological Observatory is conducting an on-site investigation on the 29th.
Shohei Ohtani will start the game against the Padres in 5 days even though his middle finger nail is broken
Personnel intervention of the former vice-minister of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism "Airport facilities" president reappointment proposal rejected
At the general meeting of shareholders of "Airport Facility" in Ota-ku, Tokyo, where personnel intervention by the former administrative vice-minister of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism was revealed, the company's proposal for the reappointment of president Toshiaki Kita was rejected by a majority of opposition. The company submitted a proposal to the general meeting to nominate nine directors, including President Kita, but the eight candidates other than President Kita were approved. Japan Airlines and ANA Holdings each hold more than 19% of the shares of this company, making it a major shareholder.
Shareholders' general meeting peaks Record number of companies receiving shareholder proposals such as dividend increases
Shareholders' meetings of listed companies are peaking on the 29th. This year, the number of companies that have received shareholder proposals has reached a record high, with a series of proposals from shareholders requesting an increase in dividends and the election of directors.
Yokohama 10-year-old woman stabbed to death Man in 20-something turns himself in
On the morning of the 29th, a teenage woman was found stabbed with something like a knife on the premises of an apartment in Tsurumi Ward, Yokohama, and was soon confirmed dead. After the incident, a man in his 20s turned himself in to a police station near the scene and said, "I was ambushed and stabbed."
Wide area robbery case "Luffy" instruction? First instructor arrested
Among the series of wide-area robberies, a special fraud based in the Philippines is said to have given instructions to the executor under the name of "Luffy" in a case where a luxury watch worth 70 million yen was stolen in Kyoto last year. A group executive was arrested on suspicion of robbery. This is the first time that a commander has been arrested in a series of wide-area robbery cases, and the Metropolitan Police Department has set up a joint investigation headquarters and will investigate the relationship with robbery cases in various places in cooperation with prefectural police throughout the country.
Toyota-funded U.S. venture company “Flying Taxi” to test flight
A prototype of a so-called "flying taxi" manufactured for mass production by an American venture company invested by Toyota Motor Corporation has recently received approval from the U.S. aviation authorities and can now begin test flights.
US President Biden corrected Japan's defense spending increase ``persuasion'' remarks
When President Biden of the United States said that he had ``persuaded'' Japan to increase Japan's defense budget, President Biden said on the 27th, ``There was no need to persuade,'' and ``Prime Minister Kishida has already increased the amount. I made a decision," and corrected his remarks.
President Biden “uses medical devices to treat sleep apnea”
US President Biden has started using medical equipment to treat sleep apnea, local media reported. Biden, who is seeking re-election in next fall's presidential election, is 80 years old, and there is a lot of concern about his health.
Titanic submarine debris recovered 'parts of corpses' US Coast Guard
About the submarine that lost contact after diving under the sea to see the sunken luxury liner Titanic in the Atlantic Ocean, the US Coast Guard recovered debris found on the seabed, and among them it is believed to be part of the body. He announced that he had found something.
Two houses burned in Fukui Echizen, two people unable to contact, one body found
In the early morning of the 29th, there was a fire that burned two houses in Echizen City, Fukui Prefecture, and one person was found dead from the ruins of the burnt-out house, which is believed to be the origin of the fire. According to the police, they have not been able to contact the parents and children in their 80s and 50s who live in this house, so the police are confirming and investigating the detailed cause of the fire.
Anegawa in Nagahama, Shiga A man is swept away by the river, the water rises due to rain, police search
According to the police, after 6:00 am on the 29th, a fire department reported that a man was clinging to a stake in Anegawa, Nagahama City, Shiga Prefecture. The police are looking for the whereabouts of a man who was involved in fishing on the riverbed and was swept away by the river. The river was swollen because of the rain.
Ukrainian police officer to come to Japan to learn identification techniques from Japanese police
While identifying the identities of civilians killed in Ukraine, where Russia's military aggression continues, is an issue, Ukrainian police officers will visit Japan next month to confirm the identities of those who died in the Great East Japan Earthquake. I decided to learn specialized skills from the experienced Japanese police.
Wagner armed rebellion “Russian military deputy commander grasped in advance” US media
Several US media reported that the deputy commander-in-chief of the Russian military, which continues to invade Ukraine, was aware of the plans in advance for an armed rebellion by the private military company Wagner in Russia.
West Japan to Tohoku: Atmospheric instability late at night, risk of sudden weather change
Due to the effects of cold air and warm and moist air in the sky, the atmospheric conditions are expected to be very unstable from western Japan to Tohoku late at night on the 29th. Even if it is not raining, the weather can change suddenly, so be careful of strong gusts of wind such as lightning strikes and tornadoes, and localized heavy rain.
“Mr. Prigozhin to Belarus” reaction of President Zelensky and others
Neighboring Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has expressed confidence in the defense of his borders over the alleged presence in Belarus of Prigozhin, the head of the private military company Wagner, which launched an armed rebellion in Russia. In response, President Duda of Poland, which also borders Belarus, said, ``The possibility of becoming a potential threat cannot be ruled out,'' increasing vigilance.
Discussion on resuming "currency swap agreement" Today's "Japan-Korea Financial Dialogue"
As Japan-South Korea relations continue to improve, the "Japan-South Korea Financial Dialogue" was held in Tokyo on the 29th for the first time in seven years, in which financial officials, including ministers in charge of Japan and South Korea, exchange opinions on economic and fiscal issues. increase. Discussions are expected to resume the "currency swap agreement," which allows mutual exchange of currencies when the financial markets are in turmoil.
Subsidies to companies to eliminate the annual income barrier Adjusted at a maximum of 500,000 yen per employee
In order to eliminate the so-called "annual income wall", where social insurance premiums are borne by people who exceed a certain annual income and their take-home pay is reduced, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has asked companies that take over the insurance premiums to pay the maximum amount per employee. We are making adjustments to pay a subsidy of 500,000 yen.
Hit-and-run suspect in Oita Beppu is rear-ended at nearly 100 kilometers per hour
A year ago, a 26-year-old suspect who was wanted nationwide in a hit-and-run incident in which a university student was hit by a car and died at an intersection in Beppu City, Oita Prefecture, was driving at a speed of nearly 100 kilometers per hour at the time. Interviews with investigative officials have newly found that it seems that the rear-end collision occurred without applying the brakes. Police are investigating the whereabouts of the suspect, considering that there is a suspicion that he intentionally rear-ended.
Suspicion of instructing the identity of "Luffy" Wide-area robbery case One executive to be arrested
A full-scale investigation is underway on the suspicion that the Metropolitan Police Department gave instructions under the name of "Luffy" in a series of wide-area robberies, regarding the executives of the group who were arrested and indicted for being involved in a special fraud case based in the Philippines. It turns out to embark on. The plan is to arrest one executive on the 29th for giving instructions for the robbery that occurred in Kyoto last year, and it will be the first time that a group executive will be charged as an instructor for a wide-area robbery.