Swimming AS Duet Free Routine Yasunaga-Higa Pair Bronze Medal
The pair of Mashiro Yasunaga and Moe Higa won the bronze medal in the Artistic Swimming Duet Free Routine at the World Swimming Championships held in Fukuoka City. It was the first time in 16 years that a Japanese team won a medal in this event since the bronze medal in 2007.
Decided to suspend broadcasting of Big Motor commercials
It turns out that used car dealer Big Motor has decided to stop broadcasting commercials on TV and radio. Regarding the reason, the company explained that after receiving this issue, it decided that it could not cause any more trouble to the actors.
Arrested a vocational school student who abused the “real money trade” site
An 18-year-old vocational school student was arrested by the Kyoto Prefectural Police for taking over someone else's account and trading without permission on a site that sells and buys online game items for cash, so-called "real money trade". "Real money trading" is prohibited by many game operating companies, but there are a series of trouble consultations.
Testimony that subcontractors were forced to do vehicle inspections
Problems surrounding the "big motor" of a used car dealer. A man in the car wash business, who was a subcontractor for "Big Motor", responded to an NHK interview, saying, "The company asked me to submit the personal information of the employees, and I was told to undergo a vehicle inspection at my company. I was asked to drastically lower the unit price," he said.
The aim of the school that started the initiative
I think that many children will have summer vacation soon, but some elementary schools are eliminating the summer vacation homework that was taken for granted until now. It is said that the school does not uniformly require picture diaries, reading impressions, or independent research. Why? What is the impact on children? In order to solve various doubts, I actually went to the school site and asked.
Akita City suffers flood damage due to heavy rain.
In Akita City, where extensive flood damage was caused by record-breaking heavy rain, a full-scale field survey was conducted on the 20th with an increase in the number of persons in charge in order to quickly grasp the full extent of the damage to houses, etc., which has not yet been clarified. It started with
Rainy season ends in Chugoku, Kinki, and Tokai, atmospheric instability centered in Tohoku and Kanto
The Japan Meteorological Agency announced the end of the rainy season in the Chugoku region, the Kinki region, and the Tokai region on the 20th. On the other hand, due to the cold air in the sky, the atmospheric condition is unstable mainly in Tohoku and Kanto, and localized very heavy rain is falling, so we need to be vigilant against landslide disasters.
GSDF firing range 3 fatalities 18-year-old Self-Defense Officer candidate detention begins
An 18-year-old Self-Defense Force candidate was arrested on suspicion of murder after a member of the Ground Self-Defense Force was shot with a rifle during live-fire training at a shooting range in Gifu City, killing three people. "Appraisal Detention" was started to check the ability.
Chiba Sakura City closes public kindergarten this year Parents ask for withdrawal
Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture, decided on the 19th to close the three public kindergartens in the city due to the decrease in the number of children entering the city. Parents and others who opposed this held a press conference on the 20th and asked for withdrawal.
Disparity in basic salary Supreme Court ``Consideration based on nature and purpose of payment''
Regarding re-employment after retirement, in a trial that was contested whether it was unreasonable to reduce the basic salary to half or less even though the content of the work was the same as before retirement, the Supreme Court said, ``Whether it is unreasonable depends on the nature of the basic salary and the purpose of payment. It should be considered based on such factors." This is the first time that the Supreme Court has ruled on the disparity in basic wages between regular and non-regular workers.
Akutagawa Prize: Exclusive interview with Sao Ichikawa What are your thoughts on the award-winning work?
Sao Ichikawa (43) was selected for the 169th Akutagawa Prize. Her work "Hunchback", which portrays a woman with the same severe disability as herself, received overwhelming support from the selection committee. "Hunchback" refers to her arched spine and people who do. When I asked Ms. Ichikawa about her thoughts on her work in an exclusive interview after her award ceremony, she said strongly, "It is important to engrave the words of the person involved in the novel." .
[Explanation] The escalating attack of the Russian army and its aim
Russian forces continue to attack Odesa in southern Ukraine and threaten ships bound for Ukraine. What does this mean. There is also a view that it is an escalation of the Russian military's attack that even food is used as a weapon of war. Shoichiro Beppu, anchor of "Catch! Top News of the World", explains in detail the current situation of Russia's attack on Odesa and other places. *July 20th "Catch! Broadcast on the world's top news" *The video is 3 minutes 04 seconds.
Keio Line Indiscriminate attack case Defendant apologizes to victims "I'm sorry"
Two years ago, in a trial in which a passenger was stabbed on the Keio Line and the interior of the train was set on fire, the defendant, who was accused of attempted murder, apologized to the victim, saying, "I feel sorry." made his feelings clear for the first time.
Yokohama female college student murder case 23-year-old ex-girlfriend charged with murder
Last month, a 23-year-old ex-girlfriend was charged with murder for killing an 18-year-old female college student with a knife on the premises of an apartment in Tsurumi Ward, Yokohama.
Sao Ichikawa, who won the Akutagawa Prize, has a special corner at her local bookstore in Yokohama.
Sao Ichikawa's "Hunchback" was selected for the 169th Akutagawa Prize. Ms. Ichikawa lives in Kanagawa Prefecture, and a special corner was set up at a bookstore in Yokohama to celebrate her award.
Tokyo District Court ruling that inmates are not allowed to vote and ``not unconstitutional''
The Tokyo District Court handed down a ruling that it did not violate the Constitution, which guarantees the right to vote, that inmates who are in prison are not allowed to vote in national elections, etc. I was.
Stock price drops over 400 yen Sell orders centered on high-tech stocks
In the Tokyo stock market on the 20th, selling orders spread mainly for high-tech related stocks, and the Nikkei Stock Average dropped over 400 yen.
More than 100 "Pokemon" cards stolen Shizuoka Fujieda
More than 100 cards of the popular anime "Pokemon", which are sometimes resold at high prices, have been stolen at a card store in Fujieda City, Shizuoka Prefecture. A security camera in the store captured the whole story of the crime by a hooded person, and the police are investigating it as a theft case.
Workers go on strike over Greece's 'severe heat'
It has become a record heat not only in Japan but also in Europe, and it was found that employees at the world heritage Acropolis in Athens, the capital of Greece, will go on strike because of the intense heat.
Arrested a real estate company employee for bringing a girl into a house for sale
An employee of a real estate company was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department for bringing an underage girl into a house for sale under the guise of a preview. He denied some of the allegations against the investigation.
Former president of Tatsunoko Production, Ippei Kuri, dies
Ippei Kuri, the former president of Tatsunoko Production, who worked on many popular animations such as "Science Ninja Team Gatchaman" and "Insect Story Minashigo Hutch", passed away on the 1st of this month. he was 83 years old.
Helmet used by Shohei Otani at a ball banquet sold at auction for 13.6 million yen
Goods of players who participated in the Major League All-Star Game were put up for charity auction, and the helmet used by Shohei Otani of the Angels in the game was sold at a high price of about 13.6 million yen.
Deputy mayor of Gunma Fujioka city was hit by a car and died, 22-year-old driver arrested
On the night of the 19th, the deputy mayor of Fujioka City, Gunma Prefecture, was hit by a car at an intersection and died. Police arrested a 22-year-old company employee who was driving the car on suspicion of causing death by negligent driving and are investigating the details.
Wide-area robbery In Chiba case, instruction or re-arrest of group executives
The Metropolitan Police Department re-arrested on suspicion of robbery injury, etc., saying that an executive of a special fraud group based in the Philippines had given instructions in a series of wide-area robberies that occurred in Chiba Prefecture in January this year. .
``Russia may attack civilian ships in the Black Sea,'' US warns
The White House has warned that civilian vessels could be attacked after Russia warned that it could deem ships en route to Ukraine in the Black Sea to be carrying military supplies. .
Shohei Ohtani contributes to 3 consecutive wins against the Yankees with 4 walks, including no hits
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani participated in the Yankees match on the 19th, and although he had no hits in one at bat, he got on base with four four balls, including a refusal, and contributed to the team's three consecutive wins.
Supermarket temporarily closed due to heavy rain damage in Akita Reopens for the first time in 5 days
The supermarket in Akita City, which had been temporarily closed due to the record heavy rain, resumed operations for the first time in five days on the 20th, and many shoppers visited.
Japan-U.S.-South Korea summit to be held in the second half of August to discuss responses to North Korea
Prime Minister Kishida will visit the United States in the latter half of August, and coordination is underway to hold a trilateral summit meeting between Japan, the United States, and South Korea. I would like to strengthen cooperation in the area of security, such as the immediate sharing of information on North Korea's missile launches.
A woman who is active as a voice actor and idol is suspected of stalking Suspect arrested
A 34-year-old suspect was arrested on suspicion of violating the stalker regulation law, such as following a woman who works as a voice actor and idol. Multiple videos of women were found on the suspect's smartphone, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details, assuming that they were repeatedly haunted.
Two killed in shooting in New Zealand hosting Women's World Cup
On the night of the 20th, two people died when a man fired a gun in New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, where the opening ceremony of the Women's World Cup soccer tournament will be held. Prime Minister Hipkins said that the World Cup will be held as scheduled, but the area around the site was temporarily closed to the public.
Suspect Ennosuke ""Helping my parents commit suicide" Interviewed from a weekly magazine 3 days ago"
Kabuki actor Ennosuke Ichikawa, who was arrested on suspicion of helping his parents commit suicide, stated that he was interviewed by a weekly magazine three days before he was found dead with his parents. was learned from interviews with investigators. The Metropolitan Police Department is pessimistic about the content of the article and is investigating the circumstances, assuming that he committed suicide.
When I grow up I'm not good at insects Why?
Children enjoy collecting insects while cicadas chirp. Full-fledged summer has arrived. By the way, do you get bitten by insects? I'm not good at I used to love it when I was in elementary school. "Why are you not good at it..." If you search for the reason, you will find a deep problem that could threaten our lives. It is a story that can not be "ignored" only by "insects". (Osaka Broadcasting Station Why What Interview Team Gentoku Munakata Ayane Nosaka)
"The Chugoku region, Kinki, and Tokai end the rainy season" Japan Meteorological Agency
The Japan Meteorological Agency announced at 11:00 am on the 20th that ``the rainy season seems to have ended in the Chugoku region, the Kinki region, and the Tokai region. The end of the rainy season is one day later than the average year, six days earlier in the Chugoku region and three days earlier in the Kinki and Tokai regions than last year.
Shintaro Fujinami traded to Orioles
Major League Baseball's Athletics pitcher Shintaro Fujinami has been traded to the Orioles.
First half trade balance deficit of 6,960.4 billion yen Large deficit continues
According to the trade statistics for the six months from January to June this year, announced by the Ministry of Finance, the trade balance, which is the difference between exports and imports, was a deficit of 6.9604 trillion yen. The deficit amount has decreased by 12.9% compared to last year, which was the highest ever for the first half of the year, but the large deficit continues.
Miyagi Evacuation orders in Ishinomaki city are all lifted
Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, lifted the evacuation order issued to 324 people in 236 households on the remote islands of Tashirojima and Ajishima at 5:00 am on the 20th, saying that the risk of disasters due to heavy rain has decreased. All evacuation orders issued in Ishinomaki City have now been lifted.
Akita Shinkansen Morioka - Akita Resume operation from the first train
According to JR East, the operation of the Akita Shinkansen between Morioka Station and Akita Station was suspended until the 19th due to heavy rain, but from the first train on the 20th, the entire line resumed operation and is operating on a regular schedule. about it.
NY Dow recovered to $ 35,000 for the first time in about 1 year and 3 months, rising for 8 consecutive business days
In the New York stock market on the 19th, as concerns about the economic slowdown in the United States eased, buy orders were placed due to expectations for the future performance of financial institutions and companies, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose for eight consecutive business days. It recovered $ 35,000 for the first time in about 1 year and 3 months.
``Prigozhin's speech video on SNS,'' Russian independent media reports
Russian independent media released a video on Thursday showing Prigozhin, the head of the private military company Wagner, which has launched an armed rebellion in Russia, addressing fighters. Although it is not possible to clearly see Mr. Prigogine in the video, Wagner is staying in Belarus, a neighboring country of Russia, and neighboring countries are on high alert.
Tesla's financial results for the three months until June set a record high sales, increased sales and profits
The American electric car maker Tesla announced on the 19th that it achieved record high sales for the three months ending in June, resulting in increased sales and profits.
Tohoku-East Japan: Extremely heavy rain is likely.
Due to the influence of the front and the cold air in the sky, the atmospheric conditions will become unstable over a wide area, and from Tohoku to eastern Japan, there is a risk of localized extremely heavy rain mainly in the afternoon on the 20th. In Tohoku, there are places where the ground has loosened due to the rain so far, so please continue to be careful about landslides and other disasters.
50th Anniversary of Bruce Lee's Death Special Exhibition in Hong Kong
On July 20th, it will be 50 years since the death of world-famous kung fu movie star Bruce Lee. In Hong Kong, a special exhibition is being held showing items related to Bruce Lee, such as 1970s magazine covers with photos of Bruce Lee, donated by bereaved family members and fans.
Russia considers ships to Ukraine as possible military shipments
Russia has warned that it will consider all ships bound for Ukraine as possibly carrying military goods after it stopped fulfilling a deal to export Ukrainian agricultural products. In addition, President Putin has once again demanded the lifting of sanctions imposed on Russia, further strengthening the restraint on the Western side.
British intelligence agency MI6 top "President Putin is clearly in trouble"
The head of the British foreign intelligence agency "MI6" said on the 19th that Russian President Vladimir Putin, who continues to invade Ukraine, is "clearly in a difficult situation," and Russians who are dissatisfied with the system. We asked for cooperation such as provision of information.