One month after the Ukraine dam collapse, life is tight due to serious water shortage
It's been six days and a month since the dam at the Kahouka hydroelectric power plant in southern Ukraine burst. The collapse has killed at least 21 people so far, and has also caused the water level in the dam's reservoir to drop significantly. Upstream, there is a serious shortage of water to the extent that it is difficult to wash a baby's clothes. What are the lives of local residents like now? I will tell you in detail along with the analysis of satellite images.
A series of troubles: Examination during the closing session of the House of Representatives over My Number cards
My number card has a series of troubles. In response to this situation, the House of Representatives held a closed examination on the 5th, and Digital Minister Kono indicated his intention to proceed with a comprehensive inspection with a sense of speed in order to secure the trust of the public. We will tell you in detail about the points of deliberation, such as integration with health insurance cards, and past troubles.
“Twitter Confusion” “Meta New Service” Whereabouts of swaying SNS
Meta, a major American IT company that operates Facebook, has revealed that it plans to offer a new SNS "Threads" to post and share sentences from July 6th. On the other hand, "Twitter", which has been widely used in Japan so far, has been subject to restrictions on viewing, and confusion continues. What is the current state of Twitter? What is your outlook for the future? Will it be replaced by meta? We also listened to experts.
Rugby Japan representative Joseph HC World Cup retreat optional "good timing"
Jamie Joseph, the head coach of the Japan national rugby team, responded to an interview in Miyazaki City, where the training camp was held, and indicated his intention to retire after the World Cup in France, which will start in September.
“Explosives at nuclear power plants” Russia may deploy information warfare in response to Ukraine's complaint
Ukraine claims that Russia, which occupies the plant, installed explosives, while Russia claims that Ukraine is planning an attack on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine. doing. A U.S. think-tank believes that Russia may be waging information warfare and harassing Ukraine and the West.
Widespread floods in inland China 15 dead, 4 missing
In inland China, heavy rains that continued until the 4th caused widespread flooding, leaving 15 people dead and 4 missing.
A father who rescued a 4-year-old daughter who was swept offshore drowned and died Kagoshima Amami Oshima
On the morning of the 5th, one of the three families swimming on the coast of Tatsugo-cho, Amami Oshima, Kagoshima Prefecture, drowned after helping a 4-year-old daughter who was swept offshore.
SBI Holdings to build a factory with a major semiconductor contract manufacturer in Taiwan
SBI Holdings, a major Internet finance company that promotes partnerships with regional banks and investments in venture companies, has newly established a new company jointly with a major semiconductor contract manufacturing company in Taiwan, aiming to build a semiconductor factory in Japan. made it clear.
Junior high school teacher dies due to long working hours Judgment ordering compensation to city and prefecture Toyama District Court
Seven years ago, in Namerikawa City, Toyama Prefecture, a junior high school teacher died of subarachnoid hemorrhage. The Toyama District Court handed down a judgment ordering the city and prefecture to pay more than 83 million yen.
Atmospheric instability over Kyushu tomorrow Heavy rain in western Japan after 7th
The record-breaking rainfall in Kyushu is weakening, but the atmospheric conditions are expected to become unstable through the 6th, and it is necessary to continue to pay close attention to landslides and other disasters. On the other hand, from Friday the 7th to next Monday, the frontline activity will become active again, and there is a risk of heavy rain in western Japan, mainly in northern Kyushu, so please pay attention to the latest information.
A male high school student who was jumping into the sea and playing drowned in unconscious Okayama Minami Ward
On the afternoon of the 5th, a first-year high school boy who was playing in the sea with his friends drowned at Okayama Port in Minami Ward, Okayama City. According to the fire department, the student was unconscious when he was rescued, and the police are investigating what happened.
Israeli military announces the end of military operations, but the situation remains tense
The Israeli army announced on the morning of the 5th that it had completed a large-scale military operation in the West Bank of the Jordan River in Palestine in the Middle East. However, 13 people died on the Palestinian side, and rockets were fired from the Palestinian Gaza Strip in the early hours of the 5th, and the Israeli side responded with airstrikes, creating a tense situation.
Respond to population decline in the Reiwa era Realization of multi-tasking such as side jobs and side jobs
Members of the "Reiwa Rincho" group, which includes people involved in the economy and university professors, held a press conference on the state of an aging society with a declining birthrate. He pointed out that 'multi-tasking', which performs multiple roles, should be realized.
Trial over cancellation of prosecution Prosecutor ``The judgment at that time was not wrong''
The president of a company in Yokohama City, who was arrested and prosecuted for illegally exporting precision equipment that could be diverted to military use, and whose charges were withdrawn just before the first trial, is seeking compensation from the national government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. , the public prosecutor who was in charge of the investigation and prosecution appeared as a witness and said, "I don't think it's wrong to judge that the prosecution should be done, so I have no intention of apologizing."
Phishing scams: 149,714 reported last month, record high
Last month, 149,714 reports were reported on phishing scams that deceive personal information by directing users to fake sites, etc., which was the highest number in a month, according to the summary of the Anti-Phishing Council. The Society is calling for your attention.
Ms. Hitomi Soga meets with Prime Minister Kishida on "Early Realization of Japan-North Korea Summit Meeting"
Hitomi Soga, a victim of abduction by North Korea, met with Prime Minister Kishida and appealed for the realization of a Japan-North Korea summit meeting as soon as possible to bring back all the victims. Prime Minister Kishida conveyed the government's determination to make every effort to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
20-year-old mother arrested for kicking eldest son to death Father also arrested for assault
Last October, a 20-year-old mother was arrested at her home in Moka, Tochigi Prefecture, where she was living at the time, for kicking her 1-year-old eldest son to brain damage and causing him to die. A 22-year-old father was also arrested on suspicion of assaulting his eldest son, and police are investigating the details. According to the investigation, her mother denies her charges.
Nagasaki Iki 6 junior high school students drown in the sea, 1 loses consciousness temporarily
After 1:00 p.m. on the 5th, a school official reported that a student was drowning on the beach in Katsumoto-cho, Iki City, Nagasaki Prefecture. Fishery cooperative officials were rescued, and one of them, a junior high school girl, lost consciousness for a while, but then recovered.
Conger pike in summer in Kyoto and Osaka...why?
If you walk around the streets of Kyoto or Osaka, you will see the word "conger pike conger" in the "recommended" section of restaurants. Conger eel is strongly associated with Kyoto's "Gion Festival" and Osaka's "Tenjin Festival", and can be said to be an indispensable ingredient in summer in the Kansai region. But why is it in Kyoto and Osaka, and why is it "pike conger" in "summer"? (Why What Interview Team Osaka Broadcasting Station Eiko Fukui Hiroto Matsuura Nanami Hirose)
Sightseeing "horse-drawn railroad" collides, no injuries Hokkaido pioneer village
On the 4th, at the open-air museum "Hokkaido Kaitaku no Mura" in Sapporo, there was an accident in which the "horse-drawn railroad", where horses pull passenger cars carrying tourists, collided with the hangar. No passengers or crew members were injured in the accident, but the foundation that runs the museum is suspending operations for the time being to investigate the cause of the accident.
IAEA Director General Grossi “Stays in Fukushima until treated water is discharged”
IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) Secretary-General Grossi attended a council made up of local governments in Fukushima Prefecture regarding a plan to dilute the treated water that accumulates at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station and release it into the sea. The IAEA will remain in Fukushima until the release is completed," he said, indicating that he would continue to monitor the site.
Gasoline retail price nationwide average of 172.5 yen per liter rises for 7 consecutive weeks
According to the Petroleum Information Center, which is commissioned by the government to investigate gasoline prices, the retail price of regular gasoline was 172.5 yen per liter on average nationwide as of the 3rd of this month, up 1.5 yen from last week. The price has risen for 7 consecutive weeks.
River water turns green City calls attention Nara Ikoma
On the morning of the 5th, it was found that the water such as the Tatsuta River, which flows through Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture, turned bright green. According to the city, it seems that there is no effect on the human body so far, but we are calling not to touch water or use it for agriculture.
Major League Results Shintaro Fujinami Tigers game 5th win with 3 consecutive strikeouts
Pitcher Shintaro Fujinami of the Major League Athletics pitched in relief against the Tigers in Detroit, the home of the opponent, on the 4th, and won his fifth victory by suppressing the first inning with three consecutive strikeouts.
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Treated Water Release “Confirm the situation and judge the timing” Chief Cabinet Secretary
Regarding the plan to dilute the treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to a concentration below the standard and release it into the sea, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said that the specific timing of the start of release, which is scheduled to be around summer, is to ensure safety and rumors throughout the government. I reiterated my intention to make decisions after confirming the status of countermeasure efforts.
Shohei Otani Ball Banquet “Abandoning dual wielding” Impact of finger blisters Focusing on hitting
On the 4th, Shohei Otani of the Major League Angels participated in the Padres match, which was the last starting pitcher before the All-Star Game, with a two-handed approach, but he gave up 5 points in the middle of the 6th inning and suffered a 4th loss. In this match, Ohtani got off the mound due to a blister on his right middle finger. After the game, regarding his pitching in the All-Star Game, which will be held on the 12th in Japan time, he said, "I think my pitching has gotten tougher today. He showed his intention to devote himself to participating as a designated hitter who has been decided.
Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito to review ``three principles of defense equipment transfer''
Regarding the "Three Principles on Defense Equipment Transfer," which stipulate export rules for defense equipment, working-level talks between the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito should include Ukraine in mind and aim to support countries that are being invaded. We have summarized the points of discussion for review.
Container loading and unloading suspended due to Nagoya Port system failure
At the container terminal in Nagoya Port, which handled the largest amount of cargo in Japan last year, a system failure occurred from the 4th, making it impossible to load containers into trailers. By suspending the loading and unloading of containers to trailers at the port all day on the 5th, the association that manages the system is rushing to restore and investigate the cause of the failure.
Chief Cabinet Secretary “Unacceptable” for Russian Deputy Prime Minister’s visit to Etorofu Island
Regarding the deputy prime minister of Russia's visit to Etorofu Island in the Northern Territories on the 4th, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno revealed that he had lodged a protest with Russia through diplomatic channels, saying that it was "unacceptable as it is contrary to Japan's position." bottom.
North Korea's military reconnaissance satellite "no performance at all" South Korean military recovered main part
The South Korean military announced that North Korea launched it as a military reconnaissance satellite and recovered the main part of the satellite that fell into the sea. showed the point of view of
Shizuoka Yesterday's gust damage status Meteorological observatory is investigating locally
On the 4th, gusts of wind occurred in Kakegawa and Kikugawa, Shizuoka Prefecture, and the trailer overturned, injuring the driver and causing damage to buildings such as houses and warehouses. I'm looking into
“Is the Russian side of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant an explosive?” President Zelensky
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that there is a possibility of sabotage of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which the Russian military continues to occupy, saying, "There is information that the Russian side has installed something like an explosive device." rice field. Russia, on the other hand, argues that it is Ukraine that is planning the attack.
Shimbashi restaurant explosion accident Gas pipe connection on the upper floor gas leak
On the 3rd, an explosion occurred at a restaurant in a building in Shimbashi, Tokyo, in which four people were seriously injured. I learned this from interviews with people involved. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the detailed situation, assuming that gas may have leaked from the connection and ignited.
Olympic corruption case former deputy director of the organizing committee admits indictment at first trial
The former deputy director of the organizing committee of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, who has been accused of violating the Antimonopoly Act, has been held for the first time on trial for illegally adjusting orders in a bid-rigging case related to the operation of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. It is the first time that a trial has begun in a bid rigging case in which six companies and seven people, including companies representing the advertising industry, have been indicted, and the former deputy director admitted to the indictment.
NBA Yuta Watanabe Suns announces contract Acquired from Nets in FA
NBA = American professional basketball Suns announced on the 4th that it had signed a contract with Yuta Watanabe, who had become a FA = free agent from the Nets.
One week after French police shot dead 17-year-old boy, about 3,500 people were detained
Four days have passed since a 17-year-old boy was shot dead by a police officer in the suburbs of Paris, France. President Macron acknowledged that the peak of the riots that spread in the wake of the incident has passed, but so far more than 5,800 vehicles have been burned and more than 1,100 buildings have been damaged by arson, etc., and the detainees are. About 3500 people.
Shohei Ohtani dropped out due to a blister on his right middle finger during the Padres match on the 4th
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani left the mound with 86 pitches and 5 runs in the middle of the 6th inning against the Padres on the 4th, when he played as the starting pitcher, number 3, and designated hitter. According to the team, it is the influence of the corn on the right middle finger.
Meta to provide a new SNS in “Twitter format”
America's IT giant, former Facebook meta, has revealed that it plans to offer a new SNS that posts and shares sentences like Twitter from the 6th of this month. After the acquisition by entrepreneur Elon Musk, attention will be paid to whether it will spread as an SNS to replace Twitter, which continues to be confused.
Israel military operation Palestinian car crash into bus stop
In the West Bank of the Jordan River in Middle East Palestine, the Israeli army conducted a large-scale military operation on the 4th. Thirteen people have died on the Palestinian side, while tensions are rising in Israel's commercial city, where at least seven people were injured when a Palestinian man drove into a bus stop with his car.
Twins Kenta Maeda 7th inning, 2 runs, 9 strikeouts, 2nd win this season
Pitcher Kenta Maeda of the Major League Twins started the game against the Royals and pitched the longest 7 innings this season, allowing 2 runs and 9 strikeouts.
Angels Trout on 10-day injured list for left hand fracture
Trout, who has won the MVP = best player three times in the major league Angels, entered the 10-day injured list on the 4th as he fractured the hamate bone in his left hand.
Major Chinese EV manufacturer to set up new factory in Brazil to start production next year
China's EV = major electric vehicle manufacturer "BYD" has announced that it will set up a new factory in Brazil in South America and start producing EVs next year, and attention is being paid to whether it will lead to an increase in market share in South America, where the spread of EVs is delayed. I'm here.
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant treated water release IAEA report strongly restrains China from Japan
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released a report stating that the plan to dilute the treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to a concentration below the standard and release it into the sea is in compliance with international safety standards. China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed regret, stating that it "failed to fully reflect the opinions of all experts," and strongly discouraged Japan from releasing it into the sea.
[Explanation by a weather forecaster] Heavy rain is likely again tomorrow morning in central Kyushu
There is a risk of heavy rain again around dawn on the 6th, mainly in Kyushu, which experienced record-breaking rainfall due to the effects of a front extending from a low pressure system. There are areas where the ground has been loosened by the rain so far, and there is a possibility that disasters will occur with less rainfall than usual, so it is necessary to be vigilant against landslides and other disasters. Yasuhiro Hiyama, a weather forecaster, commented on the outlook for rain in the future. (The video is 1 minute 50 seconds. Not available on data broadcasting.)
Centered on Kyushu Heavy rain again tomorrow morning, warning of landslides
There is a risk of heavy rain again around dawn on the 6th, mainly in Kyushu, which experienced record-breaking rainfall due to the effects of a front extending from a low pressure system. There are areas where the ground has been loosened by the rain so far, and there is a possibility that disasters will occur with less rainfall than usual, so it is necessary to be vigilant against landslides and other disasters.
Introducing a system to prevent duty-free sales for the purpose of resale Japan Department Stores Association
In order to prevent duty-free sales to foreign tourists for the purpose of resale, the department store industry group, the Japan Department Stores Association, has introduced a system to prevent fraud based on new voluntary standards.
Nagano 4 murders Policy to re-arrest on suspicion of murdering woman in her 60s Investigation officials
A woman in her 60s has been arrested on suspicion of murdering two police officers in a case in which four people, two women and two police officers, were killed in Nakano City, Nagano Prefecture, on the 7th. Interviews with investigators revealed that they had decided to re-arrest him on suspicion of killing him.
President Putin Welcomes Iran and Belarus to Join Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Russian President Vladimir Putin attended an online summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, a framework led by China and Russia, welcoming moves by friendly Iran and ally Belarus to join. It seems that President Putin wants to expand his framework to counter the Western side, which is in conflict over the situation in Ukraine.
Treated water handling complies with international safety standards Government to make final decision on when to release ocean
The IAEA = International Atomic Energy Agency has released a report stating that the plan to dilute the treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to a concentration below the standard and release it into the sea "conforms to international safety standards". . The government plans to explain the contents of the report, etc. to domestic and foreign countries, assuming that the safety of the plan has been objectively confirmed, and then make a final decision on the specific timing of the start of release, which is scheduled for around summer.
Receiving troubles with My Number cards
In response to a series of troubles with my number cards, the House of Representatives will hold a closing examination on the 5th. It is expected that the ruling and opposition parties will debate over the government's policy of abolishing the current health insurance card and integrating it with the My Number card next fall.