Athletics competition where para-athletes and able-bodied athletes race together in Tokyo
Para-athletes and able-bodied athletes compete in a track and field competition held at the National Stadium, and Japan's top athletes such as Shinya Wada, a visually impaired runner who is expected to perform well at next year's Paris Paralympics, will participate. did.
Iwate gubernatorial election Incumbent Mr. Tatsumasu is certain to be elected.
In the Iwate gubernatorial election, which was a de facto showdown between the ruling and opposition parties between the incumbent and the newcomer, Takuya Tasso, 59, an independent incumbent and supported by opposition parties such as the Constitutional Democratic Party, was supported by the Komeito prefectural headquarters, and the Liberal Democratic Party. We were able to secure our fifth win by defeating the newcomers we supported.
Men's Basketball Japan National Team Holds a Press Conference to Participate in the Olympics
The Japanese national team, who qualified for the Olympics on their own for the first time in 48 years at the Men's Basketball World Cup, held a press conference, and head coach Tom Horvath said, ``We had a great result, but we can still do more.I want to show even better basketball next year.'' spoke about his enthusiasm for the Olympics.
Ukrainian military “Russian drone attack on agricultural export base”
The Ukrainian military announced that there was an attack by Russian military drones in the southern province of Odesa, where agricultural products are shipped, and the port facilities were damaged. Ukrainian government officials have accused Russia of trying to create a food crisis in the world.
Mr. Muraki, former vice-minister of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the key word for the region in the future is “connecting”
As the population ages and the shortage of medical and nursing care workers becomes an issue, a lecture was held in Kawasaki City to consider the future of the region, where Atsuko Muraki, former vice-minister of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, spoke to residents and businesses alike. He emphasized the importance of being connected in the community and supporting each other.
Man in his 50s dies after watercraft collide at Lake Biwa in Shiga
On the afternoon of the 3rd, there was an accident in which watercraft collided with each other at Lake Biwa in Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture, and a man in his 50s who was operating one watercraft died.
Arrested a 49-year-old man on suspicion of assaulting his father Father died Saitama Koshigaya
On the 2nd, a 49-year-old man was arrested for punching his father, who lives with him, in the chest and stomach at a house in Koshigaya City, Saitama Prefecture. His father was dead when emergency services arrived, and police are investigating the details of what happened.
Russia holds back Japan in event renamed “Victory over Militaristic Japan”
On September 3, Russia marks the end of World War II, former President Medvedev participated in a commemorative event held in Sakhalin, Far East, and gave a speech in which he spoke about the invasion of Ukraine.Japan, along with the West, is tightening sanctions against Russia. was strongly discouraged.
Liberal Democratic Party Vice President Aso criticizes China's suspension of marine product imports, "Cultivate sales channels"
Liberal Democratic Party Vice President Aso criticized China's suspension of imports of Japanese marine products as a political response that is not based on scientific evidence. He expressed the idea that it is necessary to address such issues.
Kochi "Mejika no Shinko" is at its peak of catch, and there is a line for sashimi
In Nakatosa Town, Kochi Prefecture, the catching of juvenile bonito, known as "Shinko of Mejika," is at its peak.
Basketball Men's World Cup Japan national team ranked 19th, ranking higher than last time with first 3 wins
All the men's basketball World Cup ranking matches have been completed, and Japan has a total record of 3 wins and 2 losses from the first round, finishing in 19th place. Japan achieved three wins in this tournament for the first time, including the previous World Championship, and improved its ranking significantly from 31st place in the previous tournament.
'Grudge at Shift' Invades former workplace and steals cash or arson suspect arrested
A 54-year-old suspect living in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, was arrested on suspicion of arson after breaking into the elderly care facility where he used to work, stealing money, and setting it on fire. In response to the investigation, the suspect reportedly stated, ``I had a grudge against him because he didn't arrange a shift that took my circumstances into account.''
Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General Seko Supports re-election of Prime Minister Kishida in the presidential election next fall
House of Councilors Secretary-General Seko Seko, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party's Abe faction, gave a speech in Oita City, saying that Prime Minister Kishida is working on the work left unfinished by former Prime Minister Abe, such as increasing defense spending, and announcing the party's plans for next autumn. He expressed his support for re-election in the presidential election.
Lotte Takuichi Sawamura Returned from cerebrovascular disease Registered as a 1st army player
Relief pitcher Takuichi Sawamura of the professional baseball team Lotte, who was sidelined due to a cerebrovascular disease, returned and was registered as a member of the first team on the 3rd.
Experience harvesting grapes with “cluster length of 90 cm” Kitsuki, Oita
In Kitsuki City, Oita Prefecture, families and others enjoyed the taste of autumn when they harvested large grapes with bunches as long as 90 centimeters.
Wakayama Hidakagawa Two men drown, one of whom has cardiopulmonary arrest The other is in critical condition
On the morning of the 3rd, two men drowned in the Hidaka River in Hidakagawa Town, Wakayama Prefecture, and were taken to the hospital. According to the fire department, one person was in cardiac arrest and the other was unconscious and in critical condition. Police are investigating the circumstances at the time in detail.
Major League results: Nootbar hits 13th home run of the season
Major League Baseball's Lars Nootvar of the Cardinals hit his 13th home run of the season in a game against the Pirates in his home base of St. Louis.
Exhibition of “Himeyuri student corps” mobilized for the Battle of Okinawa in Hawaii, deeply connected
The first overseas exhibition of the Himeyuri Peace Memorial Museum, which tells the story of the experiences of female students mobilized by the former Japanese army during the Battle of Okinawa, has begun in Hawaii.
``Finally here!'' Atami debris flow marks the first death anniversary after the warning zone was lifted
Two years ago, the bereaved families and victims mourned the victims at the site of their homes, etc., on the first anniversary of their death since the "caution zone" set in the area affected by the large-scale debris flow that occurred in Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture, was lifted. I offered a moment of silence.
China suspends imports of Japanese seafood
Regarding China's suspension of imports of Japanese seafood products, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Takei said in a Sunday discussion on NHK that the Chinese side's response was regrettable, and said that he would like to request assistance on the 4th in order to compile emergency support measures for seafood businesses. It was announced that the relevant ministers would consult.
Niigata Minamiuonuma Couple in 70s injured after bear attack
On the morning of the 3rd, a couple in their 70s were attacked by a bear in Minamiuonuma City, Niigata Prefecture, and their faces and arms were scratched and injured. Neither of them had any life-threatening injuries.
Shohei Otani has the most number of shunning this season, and the game of endurance continues to win the HR king
Shohei Otani of the Major League Baseball Angels started the game against the Athletics as a designated hitter, but his streak of hits in consecutive games stopped at ``4'' with 2 no hits and 3 walks including 2 forced walks.
Typhoon No. 11: Okinawa warns of high waves; No. 12 becomes a tropical cyclone; heavy rain warning in Kanto region
The very strong Typhoon No. 11 is expected to move west over the sea south of the Sakishima Islands in Okinawa Prefecture, and then approach Taiwan. In Okinawa Prefecture, please continue to be vigilant against high waves and pay attention to strong winds. On the other hand, Typhoon No. 12 is expected to turn into a tropical cyclone after this, but there is a risk that warm and humid air will flow into the Kanto region over the 4th, causing heavy rain with localized thunderstorms, heavy rain and gusty winds. Please be careful.
A man died in Lake Inawashiro, Fukushima, or he drowned while swimming.
On the morning of the 3rd, a man was found submerged in Lake Inawashiro in Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture, and was confirmed dead at the scene. There is a water sports board called "Sap" nearby, and the police suspect that the man drowned while swimming, and are investigating the situation at the time.
New system to provide 20 million yen to young researchers to develop top AI talent Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Starting next year, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology will provide 20 million yen annually to young researchers involved in innovative research and development using artificial intelligence (AI).
North Korea announces launch of two cruise missiles into Yellow Sea to counter US and South Korea
North Korea announced on the 2nd that it conducted a drill to launch two cruise missiles into the Yellow Sea to the west of the Korean Peninsula. It is said to be a countermeasure against the United States and South Korea, which conducted joint military exercises.
More than 100 injured in large-scale clash during Eritrean anti-regime demonstration in Israel
A demonstration by people seeking asylum from Eritrea in East Africa in Israel in the Middle East turned violent, leading to a large-scale clash with local police, resulting in more than 100 people being injured.
European soccer Takefusa Kubo and Takuma Asano both scored two goals and contributed to victory
Takefusa Kubo of Real Sociedad, Spain's first division league, started the match against Granada at home on the 2nd and scored two goals, including the first goal in the first half, contributing to the team's first victory of the season. Kubo scored for the first time in three games since the opening match, and withdrew in the middle of the second half when the team was leading 5-1, and the team managed to escape with a score of 5-3.
[Weather Forecaster Commentary] Typhoon No. 11 approaches Sakishima Islands Beware of high waves
Strong typhoon No. 11 is moving westward over the sea south of Ishigaki Island in Okinawa Prefecture, and is closest to the Sakishima Islands in Okinawa at this time, so please be careful of high waves and strong winds. On the other hand, as warm, humid air flows in from the vicinity of Typhoon No. 12 in the sea north of the Ogasawara Islands, there is a risk of heavy rain accompanied by localized thunderstorms in areas such as the Kanto and Tokai regions, and caution should be taken to avoid landslides. please do it. Toshiyuki Minami, a weather forecaster, explains the future course of the typhoon and points to note. It was broadcast on the news at 7 am on the 3rd. (The video is 3 minutes and 23 seconds, not available on data broadcasting)
Government to consider whether to apply to court for dissolution order to former Unification Church
Regarding the issue surrounding the former Unification Church, the government plans to consider whether to apply to the court for an order to disband the church, based on an investigation that includes exercising its right to question and interviewing former members who have complained of damage. There is an opinion within the government that claims should be made by the end of next month, and adjustments are expected to be made.
More than 400 cases of electric kickboard violations nationwide, within 1 month of system launch
Starting from July this year, electric kickboards can be used without a driver's license. According to the National Police Agency's summary, there were more than 400 cases nationwide in which users were caught for traffic violations in the first month after the system started.
Taiwan participates in multilateral military training with the US, with China in mind, perhaps aiming to increase deterrence?
It turned out that Taiwanese troops also participated in the multilateral joint military training held in the United States for about a month from the end of July this year, and the United States aims to increase deterrence with China in mind. It can be seen.
Iwate prefecture gubernatorial election voting begins, de facto showdown between ruling and opposition parties
The Iwate Prefecture gubernatorial election, which was a de facto showdown between the incumbent and the new opposition, was the voting day on the 3rd, and voting began at 7 a.m.
Nobel Prize Award Ceremony "Russian Ambassadors Will Not Be Invited" Foundation Changes Policy
The Nobel Foundation, which manages the Nobel Prize, announced on the 2nd that it will not invite the Russian ambassador to Ukraine, which continues to invade Ukraine, to the award ceremony in Sweden in December. The foundation had just announced that it would invite them two days ago, but was forced to change its policy after receiving strong criticism from the Prime Minister of Sweden and others.
The Threat of Nuclear Weapons Opens Special Website for "Atomic Bomb Exhibition" for People of the World Nihon Hidankyo
In order to make people all over the world aware of the threat of nuclear weapons and the reality of atomic bombings, we have set up a special website that compiles exhibition panels from the Atomic Bomb Exhibition held by Japan Hidankyo at the United Nations. In addition to being available in English, the company says it is considering translating it into the languages of nuclear-weapon countries in the future, and hopes to strengthen its dissemination as fears of the use of nuclear weapons increase due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Typhoon No. 11 is closest to the Sakishima Islands Warning of high waves No. 12 north of the Ogasawara Islands
Strong typhoon No. 11 is moving westward over the sea south of Ishigaki Island in Okinawa Prefecture, and is closest to the Sakishima Islands in Okinawa at this time, so please be careful of high waves and strong winds. On the other hand, as warm, humid air flows in from the vicinity of Typhoon No. 12 in the sea north of the Ogasawara Islands, there is a risk of heavy rain accompanied by localized thunderstorms in areas such as the Kanto and Tokai regions, and caution should be taken to avoid landslides. please do it.
Nihon University American Football Club cancels the Central War on the 1st of next month Kanto Student Federation
In response to an incident in which marijuana and stimulants were found in the student dormitory of the American football club of Nihon University and a member of the club was arrested, the Kanto Student American Football Federation canceled the game between Nihon University and Chuo University scheduled for the 1st of next month. Then he announced. This season, three consecutive league games involving Nihon University have been canceled.
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura will visit the Middle East and the UK from today to confirm the strengthening of cooperation
From the 3rd, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura will visit countries in the Middle East including Turkey and the United Kingdom. In Turkey, he plans to support the reconstruction of Ukraine, and in the United Kingdom, he will meet with his ministers on the topic of economic security, and will confirm the strengthening of cooperation with each country.