Big Motor 1 in 4 respondents said they were involved in fraud Survey of some employees
A special investigative committee made up of outside lawyers was appointed to investigate the problem of the used car sales company "Big Motor" deliberately inflating repair costs by damaging cars, etc., and fraudulently billing insurance money to major non-life insurance companies. As a result of a questionnaire survey of some of the employees, it was found that one in four answered that they were "involved in illegal work."
Athletics Asian Championship Women's long jump Misuzu Hatasumi wins with a new Japanese record
27-year-old Misuzu Hatasumi won the women's long jump at the Asian Athletics Championships in Thailand, setting a new Japanese record of 6.97 meters.
False crackdown on traffic violation Fukuoka Prefectural Police lieutenant sent documents to prosecutor
A 57-year-old Fukuoka Prefectural Police Lieutenant was sent to prosecutors for creating false drawings when cracking down on traffic violations. In some cases, the police have arrested violations that should be limited to guidance, and the police will return all penalties, etc. for about 1,600 cases, excluding certain violations, among the violations that the person himself has cleared in the past. .
Accident at Russian uranium refinery kills one, radiation levels normal
An accident occurred at a facility that refines nuclear fuel uranium at a nuclear power plant in central Russia, and the facility announced that one employee died. Radiation levels are normal and there is no danger in the surrounding area.
Ukraine reversal offensive Is the gap between the top Russian military and the scene getting worse?
The Ukrainian army is believed to be advancing in some areas, continuing its reversal offensive in the eastern and southern parts of the country to recapture its territory. On the other hand, in the Russian military, there is a view that the gap between the military upper management and the commander in the field is becoming serious.
Osaka/Kansai Expo: Why isn't the application for overseas pavilion construction progressing?
The Osaka-Kansai Expo is approaching in 2025, the year after next. But now we are facing a serious problem. Not a single application for the construction of overseas pavilions, which are attracting attention as the "flowers" of the Expo, has been filed so far, raising concerns about delays in preparations. What is going on in less than two years until the opening?
Tohoku Heavy rain threatens over 16 days
Due to the stationary front, there is a risk of very heavy rainfall in Tohoku from the 15th to the 16th. Be aware of the dangers of local disasters such as landslides and river floods before the rain intensifies, and make preparations such as confirming where to evacuate in case of an emergency. In addition, in Hokuriku and Niigata prefectures, there are places where the ground has become loose due to heavy rains, so vigilance against landslide disasters will continue to be necessary.
WHO says artificial sweetener 'aspartame' may be carcinogenic
Aspartame, an artificial sweetener widely used in soft drinks and food, has been declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be potentially carcinogenic. A WHO official urged companies and consumers to respond calmly, saying, ``It does not indicate that ingestion automatically leads to health effects.''
Staff died during rehearsal for music event Was jet water hit directly? Osaka
A staff man died during a rehearsal for a music event to be enjoyed using water, which was scheduled to be held from the 15th in Konohana Ward, Osaka. It is believed that the water jetted from the machine hit the face, and the police are investigating the situation at that time in detail.
On the streets of Minato-ku, Tokyo Georgia's ambassador to Japan's car is in traffic trouble
Around noon on the 14th, the driver of the car carrying the Georgian ambassador to Japan in Minato-ku, Tokyo reported that he was caught by the collar due to traffic trouble, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details. The ambassador was not injured.
A body found off the coast of Buzen City, Fukuoka Confirmed as a woman in Oita, unknown due to heavy rain
According to Oita Prefecture, the body found off the coast of Buzen City, Fukuoka Prefecture on the morning of the 14th was confirmed to be a woman in her 50s from Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture, who disappeared near a river that had swollen due to heavy rain on the 10th. That's it.
Nissan recalls about 700,000 vehicles of 5 models including Serena
Nissan Motor has notified the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of the recall of about 700,000 vehicles, including five models such as the "Serena," due to the possibility that it may not be able to run due to the design defects of engine parts.
"Myakumyaku" first overseas mission to PR for the Osaka Kansai Expo in France
Myakumyaku, the official character of Expo '70 in Osaka, Kansai the year after next, traveled abroad for the first time to promote the Expo at an event introducing Japanese culture that opened in France on the 13th.
Directed by Hayao Miyazaki "How do you live?" A new work shrouded in mystery is released
Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki's first new movie in 10 years, "How do you live?" It will be released nationwide on the 14th. In order to let the audience see it with a clean heart, we took the unusual step of not revealing any information about the content of the movie until its release.
Akita Shinkansen Akita-Morioka 15th will be suspended all day except for 3 trains such as the first train
According to the JR East Akita branch office, since heavy rain is expected, the Akita Shinkansen will operate only three trains between Akita Station and Morioka Station on the 15th. It means to match.
Defendant sentenced to 19 years in prison for Odakyu line indiscriminate stabbing Tokyo District Court
Two years ago, Yusuke Tsushima (37) was charged with attempted murder of three passengers in an incident in which a passenger was cut and injured on an Odakyu Line train in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo. The Tokyo District Court handed down a sentence of 19 years in prison.
A body found off the coast of Buzen City, Fukuoka Oita woman unknown due to heavy rain
According to Oita Prefecture, before 10 am on the 14th, the Oita Coast Guard reported that a woman's body was found off the coast of Buzen City, Fukuoka Prefecture, which is adjacent to Nakatsu City. Police and others are rushing to confirm the identity of a woman in her 50s from Nakatsu City, who has been missing since the 10th of this month after being swept away by a river that had swollen due to heavy rain.
Health insurance card "consideration of specific timing to be abolished by December 8 next year" Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare
Regarding the policy of abolishing the current health insurance card and integrating it with the My Number card next fall, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato said that the law stipulates that it will be abolished on December 8 next year at the latest. , He indicated that he will consider the specific timing of abolition in the future.
Furusato Nozei “Include fees for intermediary sites in expenses” Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications
In order to prevent excessive competition for return gifts for hometown tax, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto has repeatedly indicated a policy to tighten the criteria for local governments' necessary expenses to be less than 50% of the donation amount from October this year. We have clarified the recognition that the fee for the site is also included in the expenses.
``Thirteen senior Russian military officers arrested hours after mutiny began'' US newspaper
On the 13th, the Wall Street Journal, a leading American newspaper, reported that within hours after Mr. Prigozhin of the Russian private military company Wagner launched an armed rebellion, Russian security services said that one of the top Russian military officials, Mr. At least 13 people, including senior military officials, have been detained.
Takamatsu Man stabbed on the street Man is on the run Investigation as attempted murder case
On the morning of the 14th, on the street of Takamatsu City, a man in his 60s was suddenly hit on the head and stabbed in the chest by a man who approached him from behind. Police are investigating the whereabouts of the man who fled as an attempted murder case because the man said that he was a stranger.
[Video] Abnormal occurrence in "Epsilon S" combustion test
This is a video of the JAXA test site in Noshiro City, Akita Prefecture taken by an NHK helicopter around 11:15 am.
Former representative of a solar power generation consulting firm pleads not guilty at first trial for business embezzlement
A former representative of a consulting company in Tokyo that deals with solar power generation projects, etc., was charged with embezzlement in the course of business for illegally transferring more than 400 million yen that had been entrusted for the business to his company's account. The first trial in the case was held, and the former representative pleaded not guilty.
"Pool for 10,000 people" Open for this season Tochigi Moka
The pool in Moka City, Tochigi Prefecture, which is nicknamed "10,000 people pool", started its business this season from the 14th.
Oita Nakatsu and Saga Karatsu Search continues for missing people due to heavy rain
In Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture, a search for a woman who is believed to have been swept away by a river that swollen due to heavy rain on the 10th of this month is being conducted on the 14th. Police and firefighters are using new boats to check for clues in the river. In addition, at the site of a debris flow in Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture, the search for one missing man continues on the 14th with about 160 police and firefighters.
Expect heavy rain tonight in Hokuriku and Niigata Beware of landslide disasters
As the front becomes more active, Hokuriku and Niigata prefectures are expected to experience heavy rain with thunder tonight. From the 15th, the front will be stationary near northern Japan, and there is a risk of heavy rain in Tohoku through the 16th. Be aware of the dangers of local disasters such as landslides and river floods, and make early preparations such as confirming where to evacuate in case of an emergency.
“U.S. Regulators to Investigate ChatGPT” U.S. Media
The US media reported that the US regulator, the FTC = Federal Trade Commission, has launched an investigation into whether ChatGPT, a generation AI, violates consumer protection laws in the handling of personal information.
A large amount of heavy oil leaks from the tank truck Kumamoto
On the morning of the 14th, a large amount of heavy oil leaked from a tank truck at a gas station in Kumamoto city. There is something like oil floating in a nearby river, and firefighters are working to recover it.
Ukrainian military “receives US cluster bombs, gains advantage in war situation”
The Ukrainian military has already received the lethal cluster munitions announced by the US government, a local commander said, giving the Ukrainian military an advantage over the Russians, who are strengthening defenses in areas they control. is.
Actors' union to strike for first time in 43 years
A labor union made up of American actors has decided to go on strike for the first time in 43 years, demanding higher wages and creating regulations on the use of AI. The scriptwriters' union has already gone on strike, and it is expected that the filming of Hollywood movies will be postponed or canceled.
UN Security Council North Korea missile launch emergency meeting North Korea also attends
An emergency meeting was held at the United Nations Security Council on the launch of an ICBM = intercontinental ballistic missile class missile by North Korea on the 12th. Japan, the West, and others have accused North Korea of continuing to violate Security Council resolutions, but North Korea's ambassador to the United Nations, who attended the Security Council meeting for the first time in about six years, said that it is the United States that is raising tensions. I argued.
Abnormal occurrence in "Epsilon S" combustion test Flame from facility Noshiro Akita
According to JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, at the test site in Noshiro City, Akita Prefecture, a combustion test of a small rocket, "Epsilon S", an improved version of "Epsilon", was conducted from 9:00 am on the 14th. It means that combustion abnormality occurred 57 seconds after ignition. Flames rose from the facility where the experiment was being conducted, black smoke was visible, and a loud explosion-like sound was heard in the surrounding area. Firefighters are currently working to extinguish the fire. Police say there are no reports of injuries so far. Around 9:00 am on the 14th, a person several kilometers away from the test site reported that he heard an explosion.
US Oral contraceptives Approved for sale at pharmacies without a doctor's prescription
The US FDA = Food and Drug Administration has approved the sale of oral contraceptives at pharmacies without a doctor's prescription. In the United States, the debate over artificial abortion has divided the country into two, and there is a growing demand for the marketing of contraceptives, as there is a series of moves to strictly restrict abortion, mainly in states where the Republican Party is strong.
Osaka/Kansai World Expo Preparations delayed for overseas pavilions Implementing body to support
Regarding the problem that not a single overseas pavilion construction application has been submitted for the Osaka Kansai Expo two years later, the Japan Expo Association, which is the main body of the Expo, has introduced construction companies capable of construction to participating countries where preparations have been delayed. I presented the division of orders for some construction work and clarified that I would support them in the future.
Baby's body in Kanagawa Fujisawa sewage treatment facility
On the 13th, a baby's body was found at a sewage treatment facility in Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and the police will investigate the detailed situation as a corpse abandonment case and proceed to confirm the identity.
EU abolition of import restrictions on Japanese food Continued monitoring of radioactive materials
The EU = European Union has announced that it will remove all import restrictions on Japanese food products that have continued since the accident at the Tokyo Electric Power Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. While appreciating Japan's efforts so far, he urges the Japanese government to continue monitoring radioactive material in the country, bearing in mind plans to dilute the treated water that accumulates at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and release it into the sea.
Odakyu Odawara Line between Shin-Yurigaoka and Machida Suspension of operation on the up and down lines
The Odakyu Odawara Line has suspended operation on the up and down lines between Shin-Yurigaoka Station and Machida Station due to the accident that occurred at Tsurukawa Station around 6 am. It is expected to resume operation around 7:20 am.
Foreign Minister Hayashi refutes China's ``contaminated water'' remark
The ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and the Japan-China-Korea Foreign Ministers' Meeting were held in Indonesia. Regarding the plan to dilute the treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and release it into the sea, China opposed using the expression "contaminated water". I argued that I would implement it according to the.
Rain clouds develop mainly on the Sea of Japan side Hokuriku Niigata Sediment disaster warning in the evening
The front is becoming more active, and rain clouds are developing mainly in Hokuriku and other areas facing the Sea of Japan, causing heavy rain. In Hokuriku and Niigata prefectures, it is necessary to be vigilant against landslide disasters until the evening of the 14th. On the other hand, as the front moves northward, there is a risk of heavy rain in the Tohoku region from the 15th to the 16th, so please prepare early.
Putin curbs Ukraine, Europe and the United States
Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that Ukraine's goal of joining NATO = the North Atlantic Treaty Organization would not strengthen Ukraine's security and would create further tension in the international community, emphasizing a reversal offensive. The U.S. and European countries, which continue to support it, were put in check.
Odakyu Line Stabbing Case Defendant Judgment Today Crime such as attempted murder
On the 14th, the Tokyo District Court handed down a ruling on the defendant who was accused of attempted murder against three passengers in a case in which several passengers were cut and injured on a train on the Odakyu Line two years ago. be handed over. Attention will be paid to what kind of judgment the court will show about the indiscriminate attack on the train that shook society.
'Big Motor' report points out 'extended range of wounds' and malicious acts
The used car sales company "Big Motor" was fraudulently billing automobile insurance claims to three major non-life insurance companies for intentionally damaging cars. Details of the commission's report have been revealed. It has been pointed out that there was a malicious act such as swinging a golf ball in a sock and hitting a car to expand the area of the wound.