Professional Baseball Pacific League CS Softbank beats Lotte, both teams win 1
In the second game of the first stage of the Pacific League, the climax series of professional baseball, Softbank defeated Lotte 3-1. As a result, both teams had one win each, and their advancement to the final stage will be decided in the third match on the 16th.
Five bodies found in underwater car: father and elementary school child, Minamiise Town, Mie Prefecture
On the morning of the 15th, the bodies of five people, a father and four elementary school children, were found in a submerged car in Minamiise Town, Mie Prefecture. The family reported to the police that the five people had not returned home since the 11th of this month, and they were searching for them as they thought they may have gone fishing.The police are currently looking into the cause of the car falling. Masu.
Ukraine: Russian military attacks continue, civilian casualties continue in southern and eastern regions
In Ukraine, where Russia continues to invade, the Russian military has carried out a series of missile attacks, causing damage to infrastructure facilities in the southern Zaporizhzhya Oblast, as well as a series of casualties in attacks on homes and other areas in the south and east, resulting in civilian casualties. continues to increase.
IOC agrees to simultaneously decide on Olympic and Paralympic venues for 2030 and 2034 winters
On the 15th, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided at a general meeting held in India to simultaneously decide on the venues for the 2030 and 2034 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. The plan is to narrow down candidate locations as early as November, making it extremely difficult to bid to Sapporo, which has just changed its bid to host the Games from 1934 onwards.
North Korean abductee Kaoru Hasuike speaks at a gathering 21 years after returning to Japan in Tottori
The 15th marks the 21st anniversary of the return of five of the victims abducted by North Korea. One of them, Kaoru Hasuike, gave a speech at a rally held in Tottori Prefecture, saying, ``We need to continue with the understanding that this is not a solution unless the surviving parents waiting to return to Japan are reunited with their children.'' , called for concrete efforts by the Japanese government and support from public opinion to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
Golf Japan Open final round Akuryu Iwasaki wins first tour
The final round of the Japan Open, which decides Japan's best golfer, was held, and 25-year-old Akuryu Iwasaki, who started in 7th place, improved his score by 5 points and achieved a total of 8 under par, winning his first tour victory and winning a major title. I did.
Hiroshima CS won 2 consecutive games and will play against Hanshin in the final stage for the first time in 5 years from the 18th
In the second game of the first stage of the Central League, the climax series of professional baseball, Hiroshima defeated DeNA 4-2, advancing to the final stage with two consecutive wins.
Horse racing Liberty Island wins Shuka Sho, making him the 7th horse in history to win three titles
Liberty Island, which was overwhelmingly the most popular horse in the G1 horse racing race, Shuka Sho, won, becoming the seventh 3-year-old horse in history to win three titles.
Earthquake in Afghanistan estimated to have a magnitude of 6.3
According to the USGS (United States Geological Survey), there was an earthquake with its epicenter in western Afghanistan at around 12:36 pm Japan time on the 15th.
Niigata Nagaoka slashing incident - high school student arrested again for trying to kill customer
Last month, police re-arrested an 18-year-old high school student on suspicion of attempting to kill two customers by slashing them with a kitchen knife after three people, a customer and an employee, were slashed at a commercial facility in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture. In response to the investigation, he has denied some of the charges.
Women's Golf Domestic Tour: Final round canceled, Kona Sakurai (19) wins 4th of the season
The final round of the women's golf domestic tour tournament held in Chiba Prefecture on the 15th was canceled due to poor course conditions, and 19-year-old Kokona Sakurai, who had a total of 12 under par up to the second round, lost her spot. It was his fourth win of the season. This is Sakurai's fourth win in total, and she is the third person in history to have four wins as a teenager, following Ai Miyazato and Nasa Hataoka.
"Annular solar eclipse" observed in various parts of the United States Many people enjoy the celestial show
An annular solar eclipse, in which most of the sun was hidden by the moon and looked like a ring of light, was observed across the United States, and many people enjoyed a rare celestial show.
41-year-old office worker arrested in Hachioji robbery incident, Tokyo; relative of female victim arrested
This month, a man broke into a house in Hachioji, Tokyo, slashed a woman in her 30s who lived in the house with a knife, and stole her bankbook. I was arrested on suspicion.
Toyota to introduce new system by the end of this year to “accurate new car delivery dates”
In response to longer delivery times for new cars, Toyota Motor Corporation has decided to introduce a new system at all domestic dealerships by the end of the year to inform customers of accurate delivery dates.
Crowdfunding aimed at renovating Shinkansen 0 series vehicles in Akishima, Tokyo
Akishima City in Tokyo is raising money through crowdfunding to renovate the 0-series Shinkansen train, which is known for its "dangohana" library, and aims to become a new local landmark.
France: Crime notice at Louvre Museum, commotion causing tourists to evacuate
In France, where the threat of terrorism is on the rise, threat threats have been received from tourist attractions such as the Louvre Museum and the Palace of Versailles, leading to a series of commotions causing tourists to evacuate.
There is a risk of very heavy rain accompanied by thunder along the Kanto coast and the Izu Islands.
Due to the effects of the low pressure system accompanying the front, atmospheric conditions will become unstable in the coastal areas of the Kanto region and the Izu Islands into the afternoon of the 15th, and there is a risk of extremely heavy rain accompanied by thunder. The Japan Meteorological Agency is urging people to be careful about flooding in low-lying areas and landslides.
Marathon “MGC” Men’s [8:00~] Top 2nd place selected to represent Paris Olympics
The MGC (Marathon Grand Championship), the marathon representative selection race for the Paris Olympics, will be held on the 15th for both men and women. Of these, 61 players are scheduled to participate in the men's competition, and the top two players will be chosen to represent the team. Scheduled to start at 8am, we will bring you the latest information on the men's race.
Marathon “MGC” Women’s [8:10~] Top 2nd place selected to represent Paris Olympics
The MGC (Marathon Grand Championship), the marathon representative selection race for the Paris Olympics, will be held on the 15th for both men and women. Of these, 24 women are scheduled to participate, and the top two finishers will be selected to represent the Paris Olympics. Scheduled to start at 8:10am, we will bring you the latest information on the women's race.
Sudan: Humanitarian crisis concerns as fighting continues in the capital six months after armed conflict
Fifteen days will mark six months since the military and paramilitary forces began fighting in Sudan, Africa. Sporadic fighting still continues, mainly in the capital Khartoum, and with no path to peace in sight, more than 5.8 million people have been forced to live as refugees within and outside the country, and there are concerns about a further humanitarian crisis.
[Updated from time to time] Israeli Army “Land, sea and air attack preparations, emphasis on ground operations”
On the 14th, the Israeli military notified residents in the northern Gaza Strip to evacuate to the south, while continuing to carry out airstrikes across Gaza, and Hamas has also repeatedly launched rocket attacks against Israel. The Israeli military says it is preparing for land, sea and air operations into the Gaza Strip, raising concerns that a large-scale ground invasion will increase the number of civilian casualties.
Chartered plane arranged by the Japanese government arrives in Dubai carrying 8 Japanese nationals
Amid the tense situation, a government chartered plane carrying eight Japanese nationals who wished to leave Israel arrived in Dubai, UAE, in the early hours of the 15th, Japan time.