Ukrainian agricultural export Turkey President Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a telephone conversation, during which Erdogan urged Putin to return to a deal on Ukrainian agricultural exports that Russia had suspended.
Problems faced by surgeons as seen from the “100 yen uniform flowerpot”
Front-line surgeons look at flowerpots that can be purchased at 100-yen shops. Stick your hand in the flowerpot and move it. Actually, this is surgical training devised at the University of Tokyo Hospital. It looks strange, but why a flowerpot? When I looked into the background, I could see the problems that surgery faces.
I asked JAF
Gasoline prices continue to rise, and we are about to enter the homecoming season with the highest price in about 15 years. What can I do to keep my expenses down? I heard that there is a "driving method to keep gasoline costs down", so I interviewed JAF = Japan Automobile Federation. The keyword is "eco-driving".
Four major non-life insurance companies to adjust prices for companies or order additional reporting Financial Services Agency
The four major non-life insurance companies are suspected of pre-adjusting fire insurance premiums for companies, and internal investigations by each company have revealed that there were several other cases where price adjustments were suspected. The Financial Services Agency plans to issue additional orders requiring detailed reports from the four companies, and will investigate whether price adjustments have become customary in the industry.
"Please let me live for only two more years," said her mother, Sakie.
"I want to show you when I come back, saying, 'You were wearing it' and 'I had something like this'." These are the words spoken by Megumi Yokota's mother Sakie in front of her mementos. Now that she is 87 years old, Sakie's sense of urgency is stronger than ever before she will be reunited with her daughter.
Coordinating not to extend the time to abolish health insurance cards Prime Minister Kishida held a press conference on the 4th
Regarding the policy of abolishing the current health insurance card next autumn, the government has not postponed the abolition date, and has begun coordination to strengthen measures to dispel public anxiety. Prime Minister Kishida is expected to hold a press conference on the 4th and explain the concrete measures to be taken in the future.
Financial Services Agency asks Sompo Japan to report on verification of simplification of assessment
Regarding the problem of fraudulent insurance claims due to big motors, the Financial Services Agency asked Sompo Japan to establish a team to deal with big motors and to simplify the damage assessment. It became clear that we were asking for a report on the actual situation.
More than 10 million yen found at a garbage disposal site, owner not found Aomori Shichinohe
In April this year, more than 10 million yen in cash was found at a garbage disposal site in Shichinohe Town, Aomori Prefecture, and was reported to the police. rice field.
2 years until the opening of the Expo Construction industry “Promptly make concrete plans for construction”
With the opening of the Osaka-Kansai Expo approaching two years from now, the construction industry is saying that it is necessary to promptly show a concrete plan for construction in order to make the construction of overseas pavilions in time.
Nishi-ku, Kobe A van crashes into the sidewalk A high school student is unconscious
On the morning of the 2nd, a wagon car crashed into the sidewalk in Nishi Ward, Kobe City, and a high school student riding a bicycle was hit and became unconscious. Police are investigating the detailed cause of the accident, as alcohol exceeding the standard value was detected from the driver of the wagon car.
Former Minister of Justice Kawai's House of Councilors election bribery case "Unauthorized exercise of prosecutorial authority" JFBA statement
Regarding the investigation by the prosecution of a local lawmaker in the large-scale acquisition case surrounding the House of Councilors election, in which former Minister of Justice Katsuyuki Kawai was sentenced to prison, the Japan Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA) said, It is clear that it was an unfair exercise of prosecutorial power," he said in a statement.
Boy drowns in Sagami River Unconscious critical body Kanagawa
On the afternoon of the 2nd, in the Sagami River flowing through Sagamihara City, a boy of elementary school age drowned, and one person who was believed to be this boy was rescued from the river. According to the fire department, the police and others are confirming that he is unconscious and are investigating the detailed situation.
The indictment of former US President Trump reveals political conflict between the ruling and opposition parties
Former U.S. President Donald Trump has been charged with trying to overturn the results of the presidential election after his supporters stormed the U.S. Congress. While his ruling Democratic Party calls for accountability as "a crime against democracy," the opposition Republican Party, including Mr. Trump, opposes that it is an abuse of judicial power, and the political conflict is becoming clearer. increase.
US Warner Bros. deletes post related to atomic bomb, statement of apology
Warner Bros., the distributor of the movie Barbie released in the United States, issued a statement on August 1 stating, "Sincerely I apologize," he issued a statement.
Nadeshiko Japan resume training for Norway match
Japan national team "Nadeshiko Japan", who finished the first round of the women's soccer World Cup with three straight wins, resumed general practice on the 2nd for the first round match against Norway, and the players showed a light movement. I was.
Farewell party for actor Gajiro Sato Director Yoji Yamada regrets parting
A farewell party for actor Gajiro Sato was held in Tokyo on the 2nd, and Yoji Yamada, the director of the popular movie series "Otoko wa Tsuraiyo", co-stars, and other close friends regretted parting. .
World Cosplay Summit Governor and mayor welcome Nagoya in cosplay
Participants visited Governor Omura and Mayor Kawamura before the "World Cosplay Summit", where anime and manga enthusiasts from all over the world can dress up as characters, started in Nagoya City from the 4th. welcomed with
Gasoline prices exceed 176 yen per liter for the first time in about 15 years, rising for 11 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 176.7 yen per liter on the national average as of the 31st of last month, up 1.9 yen from last week. It was the 11th straight week of gains and the highest price in 15 years.
Report on spraying herbicides on roadside trees at two Big Motor stores in Kanagawa
Due to the problem of dead trees in front of stores of the used car sales company "Big Motor" in various places, the company sprayed herbicides at two stores in Kanagawa Prefecture, and separately, at one store in Kawasaki City. The prefecture and others have revealed that there was a report that the tree was felled.
Nailed to the ground in the park Elementary school student injured his leg Aichi Nishio
In April this year, it was found that a fourth-year elementary school boy who was practicing softball in a park in Nishio City, Aichi Prefecture, was seriously injured in his leg by a nail that had been driven into the ground. The city that manages the park will pay for treatment costs in the future as it is responsible for management.
Chugoku Electric Power Co., Ltd. To survey for construction of "interim storage facility" Yamaguchi Kaminoseki Town
Chugoku Electric Power Co. has revealed its intention to conduct joint research with Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. in Kaminoseki-cho, Yamaguchi Prefecture, toward the construction of an "interim storage facility" to temporarily store spent nuclear fuel at nuclear power plants.
Unidentified people in the Great East Japan Earthquake Three new identities identified Iwate
After the Great East Japan Earthquake 12 years ago, the police conducted an appraisal of three people whose identities were unknown and found dead. It turned out to be a man who lived in Yamada Town.
Accident involving 7 cars in Higashi-Osaka, 5 people injured, none life-threatening
Around noon on the 2nd, there was an accident involving seven cars on a prefectural road in Higashi-Osaka City, Osaka. According to the fire department, five men and women were injured, and the police are investigating the details of the accident.
Toyota Land Cruiser new model Clear strategy that does not narrow down to EV only
Toyota Motor Corporation has announced a new model of the core model of the four-wheel drive vehicle "Land Cruiser". The first hybrid vehicle in the series has been introduced, and the strategy of not narrowing down to EV = electric vehicles is clear.
Bank of Japan's monetary policy decision meeting in June Divides views on the future of prices
The Bank of Japan has released the minutes of the monetary policy meeting held on June 15 and 16 this year. Amidst this, it was found that members were divided in their views on the outlook for prices relative to the target rate of increase of 2 percent.
“Two Japanese and one foreign family evacuated from Niger” Chief Cabinet Secretary
Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno has revealed that two Japanese and a foreign family member have evacuated to France from Niger in West Africa, where chaos has spread due to a coup d'état by military units.
More than 22,600 public assistance applications in May Increased year-on-year for 5 consecutive months
The number of applications for public assistance in May this year was announced on the 2nd, with more than 22,600 nationwide, an increase of 11.4% compared to May last year. It is the 5th straight month that it surpassed the same month in the previous year.
High school baseball Okinawa Shogaku Flight canceled due to typhoon unable to depart
Due to the influence of Typhoon No. 6, Okinawa Shogaku High School, which will participate in the summer national high school baseball that will start on Sunday on Sunday, as the Okinawa representative, will not be able to depart as planned on the 2nd.
800,000 yen defrauded from elderly woman or two arrested “Demand money to leave the motorcycle gang”
Two 18-year-old unemployed suspects were arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department for defrauding an elderly woman in Meguro Ward, Tokyo, of 800,000 yen in cash. He denies the allegations against the investigation. One of the suspects has already been arrested for being involved in another special fraud, and has stated that ``When I tried to get out of the motorcycle gang, I was told to pay or help with the fraud.'' is.
Today's dangerous heat too Severe caution against heat stroke even on extremely hot days
Over the next two days, the temperature rose in a wide area from the morning, and in some places it was already an extremely hot day with temperatures exceeding 35 degrees Celsius. Please continue to be vigilant against heat stroke. On the other hand, due to the influence of the front, intermittent torrential rain may occur in Hokkaido from the 3rd, and heavy rain is likely to occur, so please proceed with preparations early.
US State Department officially invites Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, emphasizes continuation of dialogue
The U.S. State Department has officially invited Wang Yi, the foreign minister appointed after Qin Gang was dismissed as foreign minister, to the United States, emphasizing the idea of continuing dialogue with China.
Member of Nihon University American football club Possessing drug considered to be cannabis investigated by university
A member of the Nihon University American Football Club is suspected of illegally possessing a drug that is considered to be cannabis, and the university is conducting an investigation, while the Metropolitan Police Department is conducting an investigation, such as appraising the plant fragments found.
National Democratic Party representative election Maehara acting representative candidate announcement election campaign by two people
Acting representative Maehara has announced that he will run for the representative election of the Democratic Party for the People. Representative Tamaki has already announced his candidacy, and it is expected that the election will be between the two.
Tokyo stock market Nikkei stock average price temporarily dropped by more than 500 yen
On the Tokyo stock market on the 2nd, sell orders spread immediately after the start of trading, and the Nikkei Stock Average temporarily fell by more than 500 yen. The Nikkei Stock Average has risen by more than 700 yen since the beginning of the week, but on the 2nd, there is also a movement to secure profits for the time being, and sell orders are spreading to a wide range of stocks such as high-tech related stocks.
Major League Summer trade deadline ends Shohei Ohtani remains Angels
In the major leagues, the summer trade deadline ended at 7:00 am on the 2nd of Japan time on the 1st. There was no trade for Shohei Otani of the Angels, who has been attracting attention, and the Angels have clarified their stance of aiming to advance to the playoffs for the first time in nine years by acquiring proven players through trades.
China ``Needs mobilization of the whole society to prevent espionage'' Calling for cooperation from the people
The Ministry of National Security, which monitors and cracks down on spies in China, has opened an official SNS account and called on the public to cooperate, saying, ``To prevent spies, the whole society needs to be mobilized.''
[Explanation by a weather forecaster] Typhoon No. 6 is closest to Okinawa What is the outlook for the future?
Due to the large and extremely strong Typhoon No. 6, a maximum instantaneous wind speed of nearly 50 meters was observed in the main island of Okinawa. The typhoon will continue to be very strong and approach the Okinawa region from the 2nd to the 3rd. It is expected that the main island of Okinawa and the Miyakojima region will be hit by violent winds and the seas will be slammed. Caution is required. Nobuyuki Hirai, a weather forecaster, explains the course and warning points of future typhoons. (Video 2 minutes 36 seconds. Broadcasted on the news at 3:30 am on the 2nd. You cannot see it on the data broadcasting)
U.S. government bond rating downgraded by one notch Fears of financial deterioration U.S. rating agency
Fitch Ratings, a major rating agency, said on the 1st that the rating of the U.S. government bond is the safest so far, citing concerns that the U.S. public finances will deteriorate over the next three years and political turmoil such as the debt ceiling issue. Announced that it has been lowered from "AAA", which is said to be, to "AA+", which is one step lower. It is the first time in about 12 years that a major rating agency has downgraded a U.S. government bond since Standard & Poor's, now S&P Global Ratings, downgraded it by one notch in August 2011.
Typhoon No. 6 is closest to the main island of Okinawa.
A large and very strong typhoon No. 6 is closest to the main island of Okinawa at this time, and violent winds continue to blow in the main island of Okinawa, with maximum instantaneous wind speeds exceeding 50 meters being observed in Naha City. . The rain is getting stronger and the tide level is rising, so we need to be very vigilant against storms, high waves, storm surges, and landslides.
Former President Trump indicted for third time in attempt to overturn election results US media
Former US President Donald Trump has been indicted for trying to overturn the results of the presidential election three years ago, according to major US media outlets. This is the third time Trump has been indicted, following an incident involving the handling of classified documents since he left office. The Justice Department has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the case, and Trump announced on SNS on the 18th of last month that he was notified by the special prosecutor that he was under investigation. was
Aum Shinrikyo former death row inmate Matsumoto documents ``possibility of fraudulent illness'' before execution
Seven days before the execution of former Aum Shinrikyo leader Shoko Asahara, whose real name is Chizuo Matsumoto, the Tokyo Detention Center, where he was held, created a document mentioning the possibility of Matsumoto's fraudulent illness, and the Ministry of Justice. I found out that it was submitted to You can see a part of the exchange within the Ministry of Justice just before the execution.
Expo overseas pavilion “Association side assembles parts” option presented
Due to the delay in the construction procedures for the overseas pavilions of the Osaka/Kansai Expo to be held the year after next, the Japan Expo Association, which is the implementing body, has decided to assemble the parts for some countries and regions where the procedures are particularly delayed. I understand that you are presenting the option to build a building. It is said that each country or region will bear the cost, but there is a risk that the uniqueness of the overseas pavilion will be lost, and it is unclear how many participating countries will consider it.
Ukraine removes former Soviet coat of arms from giant 'Motherland statue'
In Ukraine, the movement to remove symbols derived from the history of the former Soviet Union that it shares with Russia is accelerating. I was.
Alzheimer's disease New drug jointly developed by Japan and the United States to be approved on the 21st of this month
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare will decide whether to approve a new drug for Alzheimer's disease jointly developed by Japanese and American pharmaceutical companies on August 21, according to interviews with relevant parties. If approved, it will be possible to manufacture and sell the first drug in Japan to work directly on and remove the causative agent of Alzheimer's disease.