Kazu returns to Portugal Announced at 11:11 on the 11th Adjusted to the premise of transfer
56-year-old Kazu, Tomoyoshi Miura, a former member of Japan's national football team, will soon be heading to Portugal to prepare for a loan transfer to Olivairense, the second division of Portugal, where he played last season.
Prime Minister Kishida's first visit Arrived in Poland Headed to summit meeting
Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting Europe to attend the summit meeting of NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization, has arrived in Poland, his first destination. After this, he is expected to hold a meeting with Prime Minister Morawiecki and confirm that he will continue to cooperate with him on such matters as providing assistance to Ukraine, which is being invaded by Russia.
Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki, and Kanto Areas Reported “House roofs flew away” one after another
On the night of the 11th, there were a series of reports of ``the roof was blown off'' in various parts of the Kanto region, including Saitama, Chiba, and Ibaraki prefectures, and fire departments are investigating the detailed situation.
World Para Athletics Championships Yuran Sawada wins Bronze Long Jump Visually Impaired Class
At the Para Athletics World Championships held in Paris, France, the women's long jump and blind class finals were held, and 32-year-old Tokyo Paralympic representative Yuran Sawada won the bronze medal.
Arrested a 72-year-old suspect pretending to be a postal worker in a “dark part-time job”?
A 72-year-old suspect was arrested for trying to defraud a woman in her 70s from a cash card by pretending to be a postal worker. The suspect is believed to have played the role of a "receiver" in response to the so-called "dark part-time job" recruitment, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details.
NATO Summit Begins, Shows Policy to Strengthen Support for Ukraine
The NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit meeting began in Lithuania on the 11th, and Secretary-General Stoltenberg announced at the beginning that he would further strengthen support for Ukraine, which is subject to Russia's military invasion.
Grand Sumo Tournament Nagoya Place 3rd Day Yokozuna Terunofuji 2 consecutive losses Sekiwake Daieisho 3 consecutive wins
The grand sumo Nagoya place is the third day. Yokozuna Terunofuji, who suffered his first loss on the 10th, lost to Shoen, the leader of the maegashira, and lost two in a row. On the other hand, among the three sekiwakes who will be promoted to Ozeki, Daieisho is the only one who has won three consecutive wins.
Global average temperature hits all-time high in June
“Even just standing makes me sweat.” Today, the 11th was an extremely hot day at 57 observation points nationwide. And apparently it's not just Japan that's hot. This dangerous heat. What should I do to survive...?
Inappropriate procedures related to Internet utilization work Reduction of retirement allowance for former NHK chairman
NHK reduced the former chairman's retirement allowance in response to the fact that NHK was proceeding with procedures to procure equipment for the simultaneous distribution of satellite broadcast programs, which is currently not permitted, in connection with Internet utilization work. became. In addition, we strictly warned the six officers at the time, and decided to voluntarily return a portion of their remuneration.
Mie Child Guidance Center Temporary protection postponed based on AI analysis results
A 42-year-old mother was arrested in Tsu City for causing her 4-year-old daughter to fall to the floor and die. I found out that I was shelving temporary protection by referring to the results. The prefectural government says, "AI evaluations are for reference only, and the final judgment is made by specialized staff."
Western to northern Japan: Extremely unstable atmosphere over a wide area Beware of landslide disasters
In the northern part of Kyushu, which experienced record-breaking rainfall, the ground has loosened even after the rain subsided, and the danger of disasters continues to be high. On the 12th, due to the effects of a front and cold air, the atmospheric conditions are expected to become very unstable over a wide area from western Japan to northern Japan, and caution is required against landslides and other disasters.
Number of herpangina patients 1 week until the 2nd of this month The highest number of updates in the past 10 years
The number of children's infectious diseases continues to be high, and among them, "Herpangina" has more cases than the previous week, which was the highest number in the past 10 years, in the week until the 2nd of this month. It was found in the summary of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases.
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura meets with chairman of Fukushima Prefectural Fisheries Federation and asks for understanding of treated water release
Regarding the government's policy of diluting the treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to a concentration below the standard and releasing it into the sea, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura met on the 11th with the chairman of the Fukushima Prefectural Fisheries Federation, who opposes the release. He said that international organizations will also play a role in ensuring sexuality, and asked for the understanding of the government's policy.
"Shohei Otani's helmet" Kagoshima Satsumasendai company Donated the same model to the city
A company in Satsumasendai City, Kagoshima Prefecture, which produces helmets worn by Shohei Ohtani's Angels when he hits a home run, donated the same type of helmet to the city.
Tochigi Nogi Town Residents are busy responding to gust damage one after another
In Nogi Town, Tochigi Prefecture, where damage caused by gusts occurred one after another on the night of the 10th, residents are busy checking the damage situation and responding.
"Yabakei Bridge" Nearly half of the parapet was washed away due to heavy rain Nakatsu, Oita
Nearly half of the stone balustrade of the Yabakei Bridge, which is a national important cultural property over the Yamakuni River in Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture, was destroyed and washed away due to heavy rain. A city official said, "The damage was more than we had imagined, and we would like to consult with the national and prefectural governments about recovery measures."
Transgender Women's Toilet Use Is Illegal, Supreme Court
A transgender employee working for the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry sued the country for unreasonable restrictions on the use of women's toilets in the workplace. A judgment was handed down that the response was illegal. This is the first time the Supreme Court has ruled on a lawsuit regarding the working environment of sexual minorities, and it is expected to affect the responses of other public institutions and companies.
[Video] Fukuoka Asakura Oita Expressway Earth and sand block the tunnel entrance
Due to the effects of heavy rain, a mountain slope collapsed and the entrance to a tunnel on the Oita Expressway in Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture collapsed, blocking the entrance with earth and sand. I'm here.
Drunk driving accident with electric scooter Sending university students documents Metropolitan Police Department
From this month, the electric scooter system has changed, and those who meet certain standards can now use it without a driver's license if they are 16 years old or older. I found out that I had caused a rear-end accident. The Metropolitan Police Department plans to send documents to the public prosecutor on suspicion of violating the Road Traffic Law.
Suspicious reviews on online shopping sites
"It's really convenient!" "I definitely recommend it." Many people refer to these "word of mouth" when purchasing online, don't you think? These sentences are phrases that recommend products that have never been used, created by instructing the generated AI to “write a review”. And now, it has been found that suspicious sentences that may have been written by such AI are appearing one after another in the reviews of major mail order sites. The operating company of the mail-order site says that there are reviews using generated AI, and that it will take strict measures if it violates guidelines such as plagiarizing other people's sentences. Are the reviews really from people who have used them? Or is it written by an AI? (Naoya Saito, an interview team who can't be fooled by digital)
19 people transported at elementary school Heatstroke or Gifu Kakamigahara
On the morning of the 11th, at an elementary school in Kakamigahara City, Gifu Prefecture, 19 of the school children who were out in the school grounds to take aerial photographs to celebrate the school's 150th anniversary were transported to a hospital with suspicion of heatstroke. According to the fire department, everyone is conscious.
Misissued Minacard certificate system uncorrected 44 local governments and organizations
Regarding services that issue certificates at convenience stores and other places using My Number cards, local governments and organizations that have not corrected the system, which is believed to be the cause, have been reinspected after a new problem was found in Fukuoka Prefecture last month. It turned out to be 44.
New Ozeki Kirishima Intention to participate from the 4th day Grand Sumo Nagoya place
It turned out that Shin-Ozeki Kirishima, who had been absent from the first day due to an injury at the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament, intends to participate from the fourth day on the 11th. Master Mutsu Oyakata made this clear.
Father killed by falling into river 36-year-old eldest son arrested "Rejected and dropped"
On the 10th, the body of a 65-year-old man was found in the Kanzaki River in Yodogawa-ku, Osaka, and the police arrested his 36-year-old eldest son, who lives with him, on suspicion of killing him by dropping him from a bridge into the river.
Kawasaki watch shop robbery case Two suspects who escaped arrested on suspicion of robbery injury
Last month, police arrested two 25-year-old suspects who were believed to be the executioners who fled from the scene of a robbery that occurred at a watch store near Kawasaki Station in Kanagawa Prefecture on suspicion of robbery injury.
Abuse of honorary consul's passport 4 people arrested for trying to smuggle about 105 kg of gold bullion
Four US citizens have been arrested for trying to smuggle about 105 kilograms of gold bullion out of Thailand using their honorary consul passports.
Movement to incorporate alternative food products Spreads at major convenience store companies
There is a growing movement among major convenience store companies to introduce products called "alternative foods" that are conscious of the future stable supply of food.
Mistaken arrest 2 times Man detained for 40 days Osaka Prefectural Police
It turned out that the Osaka Prefectural Police had mistakenly arrested a man in his 20s twice, unrelated to the incident, for threatening an acquaintance's woman with an SNS message. It seems that another person impersonated a man and sent a message, and the man was detained for about 40 days, so the prefectural police apologized to the man and are investigating the details.
Kim Yo-jeong: “The US military will have a dangerous flight experience”
Kim Yo-jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, made a statement on the 11th claiming that a US military reconnaissance plane ``trespassed the economic zone without permission'' on the 10th. , announced again, threatening the American side, saying that if the same act is repeated, "the American military will experience an extremely dangerous flight."
"Muff" that delivers warmth
Do you know "muff"? It's a knit made by knitting colorful yarn into a cylindrical shape, and buttons and stuffed animals are sewn on the surface, and beanbags are sewn on the inside. Some people say that when they put their hand inside, it is slightly warm, and for some reason they feel relieved. This muff is now attracting attention at nursing homes. I found the warmth that Muff delivers.
Heavy rain damage Movements on the 11th in various places where there were landslides and debris flows
On the 10th, special heavy rain warnings were announced in Fukuoka and Oita prefectures, and record heavy rains hit various parts of Kyushu, causing a series of landslide disasters such as river floods and debris flows. We will tell you about the situation on the 11th, such as the status of damage in various places and the search for missing people.
One question and one answer] All-Star press conference the day before
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani attended a press conference the day before the All-Star Game, which will be his third appearance in three years in a row. Unlike his usual post-match interviews, he sat in a chair and answered questions from the media for over 30 minutes, revealing his match day routine and diet. He also answered questions about his future career, including the August 1 trade deadline and free agency after this season.
Major League All-Star Shohei Otani is No. 2 DH “I want to hit a home run”
It has been decided that Shohei Otani of the Angels will start the Major League All-Star Game on the 12th Japan time as the second designated hitter. "I haven't hit a home run yet, so I'd like to try," said Ohtani about his third appearance in the All-Star Game.
Strict vigilance against heatstroke 37 degrees in Kanto Koshin Heavy rain disaster areas are expected to exceed 30 degrees
Temperatures will rise nationwide on the 11th, and in Kanto Koshin, the maximum temperature is expected to be 37 degrees, and it is expected to be extremely hot. Even in the affected areas of northern Kyushu, where record-breaking rainfall has hit, temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius are expected in mid-summer days, requiring strict vigilance against heatstroke.
Turkey takes big step towards NATO Sweden membership
A summit meeting was held between Sweden, which aims to join NATO = the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and Turkey, which did not recognize this, and Turkey agreed to join the parliament as soon as possible. Sweden will take a big step towards joining NATO.
[Video] Panda "Kaedehama" appointed as traffic safety ambassador Shirahama, Wakayama
Ahead of the summer traffic safety campaign starting on the 11th, the giant panda Kaedehama was appointed as the "traffic safety ambassador" at a theme park in Shirahama, Wakayama Prefecture.
The opening of the NATO summit will also focus on long-term assistance to Ukraine
NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization will hold a summit meeting from the 11th. As Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues, the focus will be on whether a stronger message can be sent out for Ukraine's future membership in NATO, and on the content of long-term military support to Ukraine that the United States and others are expected to announce. .
“Restriction on use of women’s toilets by transgender workers” to Supreme Court ruling
The Supreme Court will hand down a judgment on the 11th in a trial in which a transgender employee working for the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry sued the country for unreasonable restrictions on the use of women's toilets at work. This is the first time the Supreme Court has ruled on a lawsuit concerning the working environment of sexual minorities, and the decision is expected to affect the responses of other public institutions and companies.
“Threads” surpassed 100 million registered users “Fastest in the app sector on the 5th day”
The US IT giant, the former Facebook, and the new SNS of Meta have surpassed 100 million registered users in five days since the service started, and US media reports that it is the fastest pace in the field of apps.