US Secretary of State Blinken: Suspends fighting, continues discussions with Israel
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken said, ``We need to urgently discuss how the suspension of hostages will lead to the release of hostages, and what we can do to prevent Hamas from taking advantage of it.'' We have agreed to continue discussions with the Israeli side to find a concrete solution." In addition, Secretary of State Blinken said, ``Hamas is refusing to supply fuel to hospitals and other facilities that need it. The irony is beyond measure. The United States will continue to work with the United Nations to ensure that aid is distributed.'' He declined to comment specifically on the outlook for the fuel imports.
Former sumo ozeki Asashio Suehiro Nagaoka dies at the age of 67
It was learned through interviews with officials at the Japan Sumo Association that former sumo wrestler Suehiro Nagaoka of Asashio has passed away. He was 67 years old. Former Ozeki Asashio Nagaoka is from Kochi Prefecture. He stepped into the sumo ring for the first time in the spring tournament of 1978, and was promoted to makuuchi in the Kyushu tournament that year due to his strong pushing sumo skills.
U.S. October employment statistics for non-agricultural workers below market expectations
The employment statistics for October in the United States have been released, and the number of people employed in non-agricultural fields increased by 150,000 from the previous month, but this was lower than market expectations. The unemployment rate also increased by 0.1 points from the previous month to 3.9%. This shows that the tight labor market, which has been a factor in inflation, continues to ease.
Three children injured after being bitten by monkey in residential garden Fukuoka
On the evening of the 3rd, a monkey appeared in the garden of a residence in Nakagawa City, Fukuoka Prefecture, and three children between the ages of 4 and 9 were bitten and suffered minor injuries. In Nakagawa City, damage caused by monkeys has been occurring one after another, and the police are warning residents and others to be careful.
Prime Minister Kishida holds a summit meeting with President Marcos of the Philippines
Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting two countries in Southeast Asia, recently arrived in the Philippines, his first country. On the night of the 3rd, he will hold a summit meeting with President Marcos, and it is expected that they will agree to provide coastal surveillance radar through a new assistance framework in order to strengthen security cooperation with China in mind.
Foreign Minister Kamikawa meets Israeli Foreign Minister “Hamas attack is condemned as terrorism”
Foreign Minister Kamikawa met with Foreign Minister Cohen during his visit to Israel. He expressed his solidarity with the people of Israel and expressed his firm condemnation of the Hamas attack, calling it an act of terrorism.
Former Johnny's talent reports ``defamation on the internet'' to police
A man living in Osaka Prefecture, who is one of the former talent members of Johnny Kitagawa who has complained of sexual assault, filed a complaint with the police on the 3rd, claiming that he had received numerous insults on the Internet. did.
46 Japanese and others evacuated from Israel Self-Defense Force plane arrives at Haneda Airport
As the Israeli-Palestinian situation becomes increasingly tense, a Self-Defense Force plane carrying 46 people, including Japanese evacuated from Israel, arrived at Haneda Airport on the night of the 3rd.
DJ SODA's sexual assault issue: criminal charges against 3 audience members dropped
In August this year, Korean DJ SODA, who appeared at a music event in Osaka, complained that some of the audience members touched his chest, etc., and the event's hosting company has filed a criminal complaint against three audience members. I understand that the charges have been dropped.
Before the Koto ward mayoral election, a ward councilor explained about the cash received from Mr. Kakizawa's side as a ``campaign visit''.
Before the mayoral election in Tokyo's Koto Ward held in April this year, it was discovered that several ward assembly members had received cash payments from people associated with House of Representatives member Miyuki Kakizawa, who is based in this area. In an interview with NHK, one person said, ``We received 10,000 yen as a gift during the campaign for the ward assembly election that was held at the same time.We were not asked to support the ward mayor's election on the spot.'' I explained. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's Special Investigation Department is currently investigating this election on suspicion of violating the Public Offices Election Act, and is expected to investigate the movement and purpose of funds.
Unseasonably hot in various places: Midsummer days in Okinawa reach over 30 degrees Celsius; Toyama reaches 28.5 degrees Celsius
On the 3rd, it was unseasonably hot in various places, with Okinawa experiencing midsummer days with temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius, and other places with temperatures over 25 degrees Celsius. Temperatures are expected to reach 25 degrees or higher in some places on the fourth day of the holiday.
Women's Golf Japan-U.S. Co-sponsored Tour 2nd Round Nasa Hataoka and Shiho Kuwagi take first place
The second round of the women's golf tournament, which combines the American and domestic tours, was held in Ibaraki Prefecture, and Nasa Hataoka, who won this tournament five years ago, and 20-year-old up-and-comer Shiho Kuwaki led the way with a total of 14 under par. I lined up.
Hanshin and Orix starting pitchers adjust before Game 6 of the Japan Series
Ahead of Game 6 of the Japan Series of professional baseball, which will be held on the 4th, Hanshin's starting pitchers, who are trying to become number one in Japan for the first time in 38 years, practice, and Murakami, who was entrusted with the most important starting pitching role, is honored. Pitcher Itsuki made the final adjustments. Meanwhile, Orix, who are aiming to bounce back from a 2-3 deficit at their home base, Kyocera Dome Osaka, practiced on their own from around 10 a.m. at the second team's training facility in Konohana Ward, Osaka.
Russian military drone attacks on various parts of Ukraine at night, causing damage one after another
The Russian military, which continues to invade Ukraine, attacks various areas with drones at night, causing fires and other damage in the eastern and southern parts of the country.
Women's curling: Japan defeats USA, advances to finals for back-to-back championships
In the women's semifinals of the Pancontinental Championship, an international curling tournament, Japan defeated the United States 10-8 in overtime, advancing to the finals for a consecutive championship.
Princess Kako arrives in Peru one day late, 50 hours after departure due to aircraft trouble
Princess Yoshiko, the second daughter of Prince Akishino and his wife, was stranded in the United States after the plane she boarded was canceled twice due to mechanical problems.She arrived on the afternoon of the 3rd, Japan time, more than 50 hours after departing from Japan. , arrived in Peru, South America, for an official visit a full day later than originally scheduled.
A new statue of Ultra Seven was erected, with Akitsugu Moritsugu at the unveiling ceremony, Setagaya, Tokyo
A new statue of Ultra Seven was installed in a park near the shopping district in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, known as the "Ultraman Shopping District," and an unveiling ceremony was held on the 3rd.
One of the bodies is a man in his 60s, but a claimant has not been found and a request has been made for storage in Okazaki, Aichi
One of the bodies of two men in coffins found on the 1st in a building formerly used by a funeral company in Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture, is believed to be that of a man in his 60s who died in the prefecture in July this year. I understand that. Unable to find a claimant for the body, the local government asked another funeral servicer to temporarily store it while they searched for relatives.
Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu Restaurant employee arrested for hit-and-run, some charges denied
On the 1st, a 42-year-old restaurant worker was arrested on suspicion of hit-and-run after an 88-year-old woman was found collapsed in a parking lot in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, and later died. In response to the investigation, he partially denied the charges, saying, ``It felt like I had collided with an animal.'' It was initially thought that the woman may have been attacked by a bear.
FTX founder found guilty; US media says he may be sentenced to more than 100 years in prison
On the 2nd, a jury in a federal district court in New York found Bankman Fried, the founder of FTX Trading, a major cryptocurrency exchange company that went bankrupt last year, guilty of fraud and other charges. Following the verdict, American media reported that the prison sentence could exceed 100 years.
Seven people, including Kyogen performer Mansaku Nomura, receive the Order of Culture at the Imperial Palace
On the 3rd, Culture Day, the Order of Culture award ceremony was held at the Imperial Palace, where Kyogen performer Mansaku Nomura and others were presented with the Order of Culture by His Majesty the Emperor.
Prime Minister Kishida leaves Haneda Airport for summit talks in the Philippines and Malaysia
Prime Minister Kishida recently left for the Philippines and Malaysia to hold summit meetings there. Prior to this, Prime Minister Kishida told reporters that he would confirm cooperation towards maintaining a free and open international order at a meeting with the leaders of both countries.
Woman in her 60s injured after being attacked by a bear in a field next to her home in a residential area, Nagaoka, Niigata
On the morning of the 3rd, a woman in her 60s was attacked by a bear in a field next to her house in a residential area on the outskirts of Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture, and was taken to the hospital with head and shoulder injuries. By the time the police arrived, the bear was already gone, and police and others are calling for caution.
Shizuoka Izunokuni ``Festival float overturns'' 1 person unconscious and more than 10 injured
According to the police and fire department, just after 8:40 a.m. on the 3rd, they received a report that a festival float had overturned and injured people in Mifuku, Izunokuni City, Shizuoka Prefecture. According to police, there are believed to be at least 10 injured people, including one who is unconscious. Police are investigating the details.
Staff arrested at support facility for people with disabilities after assaulting user, causing serious injury Kanagawa
A 37-year-old employee at a prefectural support facility for people with disabilities in Atsugi City, Kanagawa Prefecture, was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a male user, causing serious injuries that resulted in cracks in the bones of his legs.
Three people killed and injured in downtown Yokohama; Thai restaurant worker arrested on suspicion of murder
On the night of the 2nd, three men were stabbed and one died in a downtown area in central Yokohama. Police arrested a restaurant employee on suspicion of killing the men. In response to the investigation, he denied the charges, saying, ``I didn't know because I was inside the store.''
US special envoy for climate change Kerry to meet with Chinese counterpart soon
The US government has announced that Kerry, its special envoy for climate change, will soon hold talks with his Chinese counterpart. The United States and China are accelerating dialogue in preparation for a summit meeting between President Biden and President Xi Jinping, which they have agreed in principle to hold in San Francisco this month.
Meishin Expressway Inbound Line Collision accident involving 3 passenger cars, 1 person unconscious
According to the Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters, there was a collision involving three passenger cars on the inbound line of the Meishin Expressway in Nagaokakyo City, Kyoto Prefecture, just after 8 a.m. on the 3rd. According to the fire department, five people were injured in the accident, one of whom was unconscious. The site is between Oyamazaki Interchange and Kyoto Minami Interchange.
The Beatles' last song "Now and Then" completed with AI and released
The Beatles' last unfinished song was completed using AI, and an event to unveil it was held in Liverpool, England.
Shohei Otani loses out on being named the league's best fielder by player vote
The Major League Baseball Players Association has announced this season's Player of the Year, and Acuña Jr. of the Braves has been selected for the first time. Shohei Ohtani, who was one of the three finalists, did not win the Player of the Year award, but was selected as the American League's Most Valuable Player in the fielder category.
EU authorities ban IT giant Meta from using user data for advertising
European data protection authorities have announced that Meta, the American IT giant formerly known as Facebook, will be prohibited from using users' browsing history data to display advertisements.
US Secretary of State Blinken once again strengthens outreach to the Middle East
Amid the worsening humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian Gaza Strip, US Secretary of State Blinken departed from an air base near the capital Washington on the 2nd to visit the Middle East again. He will visit Israel and Jordan to discuss measures to minimize civilian casualties and humanitarian assistance.
Marketer Tsuyoshi Morioka Build your strengths by honing them
Marketer Tsuyoshi Morioka. He is a marketer who is said to be the ``strongest of modern times.'' He has achieved results at numerous companies using his ``marketing'' skills, which involve analyzing consumer needs, formulating strategies, and generating profits. The industry is wide-ranging, and at a theme park in Osaka that was experiencing financial difficulties, they successfully launched one project after another, including attractions that made use of games and anime characters. The udon chain has brought to the fore the unique feature of making udon at its stores, resulting in a V-shaped recovery in sales. The amusement parks in Saitama Prefecture have taken advantage of their age and made them shine again as retro amusement parks with a sense of nostalgia and warmth. However, Morioka says, ``At first, I was not good at reading consumer psychology.'' Mr. Morioka, who continues to take on challenges at the forefront of business, how did he overcome these weaknesses and hone his strengths? And what message do you want to convey to young people now? (Interviewer: Announcer Kozo Takase, Interviewer: Announcer Satoshi Sakamoto)
NY Dow Jones Industrial Average rises by more than $500, easing concerns about prolonged inflation
On the 2nd, the New York stock market saw an increase in buying orders as concerns about prolonged inflation in the United States eased, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose significantly by more than 500 points.
[Updated from time to time] Violent attacks in the northern Gaza Strip turn the night sky orange
The Israeli military, which is advancing ground operations in the Palestinian Gaza Strip, has announced that it has completed the siege of Gaza City, the largest city. It has been revealed that fighting has already reached the urban areas of Gaza City. CNN television in the United States reports that heavy attacks are being carried out in the northern Gaza Strip.
46 Japanese and other people staying in Israel arrived in Japan today by Self-Defense Force plane.
As the Israeli-Palestinian situation becomes increasingly tense, 46 people, including Japanese nationals, who were staying in Israel were evacuated from the area by Self-Defense Force aircraft. It is expected to arrive at Haneda Airport on the 3rd Japan time.
4,075 people received this year's "Autumn Decorations"
The recipients of this year's Autumn Decoration have been announced, with a total of 4,075 people receiving the award for their outstanding contributions in various fields.
Sannomaru Shozokan, a collection of valuable works of art related to the imperial family, opens today.
The Sannomaru Shozokan building at the Imperial Palace, which houses valuable works of art related to the imperial family, has been rebuilt, and on the 3rd, the previously completed section will open its doors.
Rugby World Cup 4th champion South Africa team returns home with triumphant parade
After winning the Rugby World Cup in France for the fourth time, the South African national team returned home with a triumphant parade and received the blessings of a large crowd of citizens.
Prime Minister Kishida visits the Philippines and other countries from today to strengthen cooperation on security
Prime Minister Kishida will visit the Philippines and Malaysia from the 3rd. He hopes to strengthen cooperation in the security field with both countries that share a sense of crisis over China's maritime expansion.
Shohei Otani ``Silver Slugger Award'' finalist in designated hitter category
Shohei Ohtani, who became a free agent from the Major League Angels, was selected as a finalist in the designated hitter category for this season's Silver Slugger Award, which is given to the most outstanding batter in each position. If we win the award, it will be the first time in two years since October.
Tamron's former president and former president diverted over 160 million yen for personal use?
Tamron, a camera lens manufacturer listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Prime Market, has released an investigation report by a special investigation committee made up of lawyers and others. The report points out that the former president and his predecessor, the former president, diverted a total of more than 160 million yen from eating and drinking activities with women or alone, leaving the company with the burden. doing.