DoCoMo Leaked over 5 million personal information illegally taken out by former temporary staff
NTT DoCoMo announced that a former temporary employee of a group company that had outsourced work illegally took out data due to the problem that more than 5 million personal information leaked from the Internet connection service "Plala".
Elementary school teacher arrested on suspicion of quasi-forced indecency against junior high school students Tokyo
A teacher working at an elementary school in Minato-ku, Tokyo was arrested on suspicion of quasi-forced indecency for committing an obscene act to a junior high school student.
Putin emphasizes failure of reversal offensive "Ukraine huge loss"
On the 21st, Russian President Vladimir Putin held a security meeting that convened related ministers, and in this meeting, regarding the reversal offensive that the Ukrainian army started in early June, ``At least there are no results yet. The tanks and missiles provided to Ukraine have not been useful.
Big Motor Notifies each store to stop accepting new repairs
It turned out that the second-hand car sales company "Big Motor" stopped accepting new vehicle repairs in response to the problem of intentionally damaging the car and illegally claiming the insurance money of the automobile insurance.
High prices impact everything from ice cream to fireworks
The "Consumer Price Index" for last month and June, which looks at the price movements of goods and services consumed at home, rose 3.3% from the same month last year, excluding fresh food, which fluctuates greatly depending on the weather. The rate of increase was 0.1 points higher than the 3.2% increase in May, and the main factor was the increase in food and electricity bills.
Russia Continues Attacks on Southern Ukraine, Aiming to Lift Export Restrictions
The Russian army continued to attack southern Ukraine on the 21st, and grain-related facilities were destroyed and injured. It has also been pointed out that Russia is stepping up its attacks in order to extract concessions from the West with the aim of lifting export restrictions on its own agricultural products.
Utsunomiya male death accident bereaved family "Change to dangerous driving causing death and trial"
The bereaved family of a man who died in a traffic accident in Utsunomiya City in February this year held a press conference in Tokyo on the 21st, saying that he had caused an accident by driving a car at a speed exceeding 160 kilometers per hour.
Women's soccer World Cup Nadeshiko Japan Official press conference ahead of tomorrow's first match
Head coach Futoshi Ikeda of the Japan national team "Nadeshiko Japan", who will have its first match of the women's soccer World Cup on the 22nd, stated at the official press conference, "I want to play carefully and boldly to earn points."
About 24 kilograms of stimulants Smuggled from Canada to Narita Airport or prosecuted a 32-year-old Chinese
A 32-year-old Chinese national was indicted for smuggling approximately 24 kilograms of stimulants worth approximately 1.48 billion yen from Canada to Narita Airport. It denies any previous investigations.
[Video] Mr. Yu Koizumi approaches the actual situation of the Russian military with the latest research methods
Regarding Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the latest investigative methods that make full use of data analysis such as satellite images are attracting attention.
Japan's Oldest Ueno Zoo Monorail Will Be Abolished By July Next Year
It has been decided that the monorail of Tokyo Ueno Zoo, which opened for the first time in Japan and is currently suspended, will be abolished by July next year.
Record heavy rain All evacuation orders in Akita Prefecture lifted
Noshiro City, Akita Prefecture, lifted the evacuation order issued to part of the Yamane district at 3:30 pm on the 21st, saying that the risk of landslide disasters had decreased. With this, all evacuation orders issued in Akita Prefecture due to the record heavy rain a week ago have been lifted.
Middle school boy swimming in the sea missing
On the afternoon of the 21st, a third-year junior high school boy who was swimming on the coast of Tsu City disappeared, and the Coast Guard is searching the nearby sea, believing that the student drowned.
Keio Line Indiscriminate attack case Defendant sentenced to 25 years in prison
Two years ago, in a trial in which a passenger on the Keio Line was cut and the interior of the train was set on fire, the prosecution demanded a sentence of 25 years in prison for the defendant, who was accused of attempted murder and other crimes, saying, ``I chose a limited express train that ran for a long time and could not escape, and committed the crime systematically.''
Twelve new people, including Rakugo storyteller Gokaido Unsuke, will be certified as Living National Treasures
Twelve people, including rakugo storyteller Unsuke Gokaido, have been newly certified as so-called Living National Treasures, who have advanced skills in the fields of traditional performing arts and crafts. On the 21st, the Council for Cultural Affairs of the Agency for Cultural Affairs submitted a proposal to Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Nagaoka to certify the following 12 people as holders of important intangible cultural properties, so-called Living National Treasures.
Testimony of Former Big Motor Employee "Secretly Selling Cars with Traces of Accidents to Customers"
In an interview with NHK, a former employee of the used car sales company "Big Motor" testified that while the company advertised that it only sells cars with no history of accidents, he said, "At my shop, we were selling cars that had obvious signs of an accident, hiding them from customers."
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 21st)
Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues. Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues across Ukraine, forcing thousands of civilians to flee the country. We will keep you updated on developments regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 21st (Japan time), such as the battle situation and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow, Russia)
Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line Trial introduction of price fluctuations from tomorrow
Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line, which connects Chiba and Kanagawa prefectures, will introduce "Road Pricing" on a trial basis from the 22nd, in order to alleviate the problem of traffic congestion.
Expo Pavilion “Foreign governments should rush to design” Japan Federation of Construction Contractors
Regarding the delay in preparations for the construction of overseas pavilions at the Osaka Kansai Expo, Yoichi Miyamoto, chairman of the Japan Federation of Construction Contractors, which is made up of general contractors, said that foreign governments, which are ordering parties, should hurry up with detailed designs.
Hyogo Akashi 22 years since the pedestrian bridge accident Training to convey lessons to new city officials
On the 21st, it will be 22 years since the accident that killed 11 people, including children who visited the fireworks display, on a pedestrian bridge in Akashi City, Hyogo Prefecture. Akashi City, which hosted the fireworks display, held a training session for new employees to teach lessons to prevent a recurrence.
Microplastics from fresh snow in a wide area of Hokkaido Kitami Institute of Technology
Kitami Institute of Technology has revealed the results of research that small plastic waste, microplastics, which are concerned about the impact on the marine ecosystem, have been detected in fresh snow in a wide area of Hokkaido, including the World Heritage Site of Shiretoko. The research group points out the need for further investigations, as microplastics in snow are of concern to the ecosystem as well as the ocean.
Money spent on summer vacation leisure, etc. Household average of more than 72,000 yen Private survey
It is expected that more people will spend money on leisure during summer vacation this year, so the average per household will be more than 72,000 yen, an increase of more than 4,000 yen from last year.
Sea otters intimidate surfers on U.S. beaches
On the coast of California in the western United States, sea otters released into the sea three years ago after being raised by humans have been intimidated by surfers and on surfboards, and related organizations have been trying to protect them for more than a week.
Three girls drown in the river, all of them unconscious Fukuoka Miyawaka
In the early afternoon of the 21st, three elementary school girls drowned in the Inunaki River, which flows through Miyawaka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, and were transported to a hospital. According to police, both of them are unconscious.
Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications "Working to gain the people's trust" My Number card
Regarding the sample survey conducted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in 12 local governments nationwide to grasp the number of voluntary returns of My Number cards, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto said that the number of samples was small and could not indicate the number of voluntary returns nationwide.
Police officer Indecent act or document sent to woman who received report
A police officer working at the Metropolitan Police Department's police station took an obscene act such as hugging a woman who fell asleep in a taxi to her home.
In-car chime of Tokaido Shinkansen New chime for the first time in 20 years JR Tokai
The in-car chime of the Tokaido Shinkansen has been changed for the first time in 20 years, and has been switched to a new chime from the first train on the 21st.
Russian Navy announces anti-ship cruise missile launch exercises in Black Sea
The Russian Defense Ministry announced on the 21st that the Navy's Black Sea Fleet conducted a launch exercise using anti-ship cruise missiles at a training area in the northwestern part of the Black Sea in southern Ukraine. The missile hit the target ship.
Universities and technical colleges aiming to nurture science students Government to support subsidies of up to 2 billion yen
A total of 111 universities, etc. were selected as the results of the selection of national projects that support university initiatives aimed at developing human resources in the sciences. It means that up to 2 billion yen can be subsidized for expenses such as faculty restructuring.
Special Investigation Department Recorded Data Suggesting Non-Prosecution to City Council In Takeover Case of Former Justice Minister Kawai
In the large-scale acquisition case surrounding the House of Councilors election in which former Minister of Justice Katsuyuki Kawai was sentenced to prison, a prosecutor at the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's Special Investigation Department voluntarily interrogated a Hiroshima City Council member who allegedly received cash from the former minister. The Supreme Public Prosecutors Office will investigate whether there were any problems with the interrogation at that time.
Big motor fraudulent billing “Financial Services Agency is confirming facts” Finance Minister
In response to the problem that second-hand car sales company "Big Motor" fraudulently billed automobile insurance claims for intentionally damaging cars, Minister of Finance Suzuki said that the company is soliciting insurance as an insurance agency.
Sending documents to Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism officials Did you try to voyeur in the women's toilet in the government building?
A male employee in his thirties from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism was sent to the prosecutor's office on suspicion of violating the city's nuisance prevention ordinance for trying to sneak into a women's toilet in a joint government building containing central government ministries and agencies in Tokyo Kasumigaseki and try to voyeur with a smartphone.
Ukraine using US-provided cluster bombs or anticipating Russia's backlash
The Russian military has been attacking the southern part of the Ukrainian agricultural shipping port every day, and tensions are rising around the Black Sea. On the other hand, the Ukrainian military seems to have begun to use cluster bombs with high lethality provided by the United States, and it is expected that the Russian side will strengthen its opposition.
Men's Golf British Open Championship Hideki Matsuyama 19th place, 4 strokes behind the leader
The first round of the men's golf overseas major, the final round of the season, the British Open Championship was held on the 20th, and Hideki Matsuyama, who is the first Japanese player to win the second major, finished 19th, four strokes behind the leader.
Wide-area robbery Is there a specific instruction from the Philippine camp in the Chiba case?
In a series of wide-area robberies, an executive of a special fraud group who was arrested as a director of an incident that occurred in Chiba Prefecture asked an acquaintance to hand over cash to the executive the day before the incident. It seems that it was a reserve for renting a car, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating that it has issued specific instructions from the detention camp in the Philippines.
Summer vacation "Gakudo daycare" lunch provided in nearly half of Tokyo's 23 wards
From the 21st, while many schools will have summer vacation, when I asked the municipalities of Tokyo's 23 wards whether they would provide lunch to children who were entrusted with "after-school childcare", it was found that nearly half of the 11 municipalities would provide it.
Typhoon No. 5 Occurrence May approach Okinawa Yaeyama region Pay attention to future information
At 9:00 am on the 21st, Typhoon No. 5 formed in the sea east of the Philippines. The typhoon is likely to become very strong in the future and approach the Yaeyama region of Okinawa Prefecture, so it is necessary to pay attention to future typhoon information.
Shohei Ohtani's autographed uniform fetches the highest price of about 7 million yen
Goods of players who participated in the Major League All-Star Game were put up for charity auction, and a uniform signed by Shohei Ohtani of the Angels won the highest price of about 7 million yen.
All evacuation orders for Akita City have been lifted.
At 8:30 am on the 21st, Akita City lifted the evacuation orders issued to 124,955 people in 62,789 households in the city, saying that the risk of landslide disasters had decreased. All evacuation orders issued in Akita City have now been lifted.
June consumer price index rose 3.3% year-on-year
Last month's consumer price index, which looks at the price movements of goods and services consumed at home, rose 3.3% from the same month last year, excluding fresh food, which fluctuates greatly depending on the weather. This is 0.1 points higher than the 3.2% rise in May. Among them, "food except perishables" increased by 9.2%.
“Did Greenland's Ice Melt 400,000 Years Ago?”
Research teams from the United States and other countries have discovered that Greenland's ice, which was thought to have never melted on a large scale for 2.5 million years, may have melted during a relatively warm period about 400,000 years ago. The research team warns that ``Greenland's ice is sensitive to climate change and is at risk of rapidly melting in the next few hundred years.''
Fire extinguisher foam leakage at U.S. Yokota Air Base 4 incidents in addition to 3 confirmed incidents
While it has been confirmed that there have been three cases of fire extinguishing foam leaking from the U.S. military Yokota base in the past, there were four other cases, according to an information disclosure request made by NHK to the U.S. military.
Tochigi Nikko golf course site dismembered body case Arrested several suspects in their 50s
In an incident where the body of a man who was cut off last year was found at the site of a golf course in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, the police arrested several suspects in their 50s who have been charged with fraud in another case on the 20th.
Okinawa Kitadaito Island Residents briefing session with mobile warning control radar deployment
The Ministry of Defense held a briefing session for residents on the night of the 20th to deploy a mobile warning and control radar on Kitadaito Island in Okinawa Prefecture, asking for their understanding that they would like to strengthen surveillance on islands on the Pacific side.
NY Dow Jones Industrial Average rises for 9 consecutive days and hits a new high
On the 20th, the New York stock market and the Dow Jones Industrial Average stock price rose for nine consecutive days due to a buy order due to expectations for the future of corporate performance, and set a new high for this year.
Over 123 trillion yen in domestic stocks traded by overseas investors in June, the largest ever
Last month, when the Nikkei Stock Average recovered to the 33,000 yen level for the first time in about 33 years, the amount of stocks traded by foreign investors on domestic stock exchanges was over 123 trillion yen, the highest since statistics began to be kept.
“Russian military attack damages Chinese consulate in Odesa” Ukraine report
Local Ukrainian media reported on the 20th that the Chinese consulate general in southern Odesa was damaged in an attack by Russian forces. Quoting a statement from a local governor, it said, "Civilian buildings were destroyed and the Chinese consulate was also damaged." A local member of parliament posted a picture on social media of what he said was the damaged consulate general, and you can see how the windows of the building were broken.
“Ukrainian military begins using US-provided cluster bombs,” US official
A senior White House official has revealed that the Ukrainian military has begun using the highly lethal cluster bombs that the Biden administration decided to provide to Ukraine against the Russian military.
Akita Record heavy rain for 1 week House flooding and water outage Continued impact on living
It has been a week since the record-breaking heavy rain that caused major damage in various places, including the death of one person in Akita Prefecture, on the 21st. In Akita Prefecture, many houses were flooded in a wide area, and in some areas, water supply is still cut off, and the impact on people's lives continues.
Ukraine announces countermeasures against Russian warnings, tensions rise around Black Sea
Russian forces have continued to attack the area around Odesa, which faces the Black Sea in the south, where Ukrainian agricultural products are shipped, resulting in casualties. Russia has warned that ships bound for Ukrainian ports may be carrying military goods, and Ukraine has also announced countermeasures, raising tensions around the Black Sea.