Soccer World Cup Asian 2nd round 2nd qualifying round first match: Japan comfortably defeats Myanmar
On the night of the 16th, the Japanese national soccer team faced Myanmar in the first match of the World Cup Asian 2nd qualifying round held in Suita City, Osaka, and won 5-0, with Kiyo Ueda scoring a hat trick of three points in one game. We won easily and got off to a winning start.
Child allowance Expansion of additions for the third child and beyond Relaxation of requirements and consideration of extension of addition period
The government is considering relaxing the payment requirements and extending the period during which children can receive the additional child allowance, which will be implemented from October next year. We plan to review and extend the current system that counts children as children until the age at which they graduate from high school.
Lieutenant arrested on suspicion of theft: “Stole cash from the home of an elderly person with dementia”
A lieutenant at the Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters who was arrested for stealing cash and other items from the homes he visited during an investigation revealed that he had also visited the homes of elderly people with dementia under the pretext of providing crime prevention guidance and stole cash. Interviews with investigators revealed that the suspect gave an explanation such as ``I stole the item.'' It is suspected that information provided by financial institutions to the police in order to prevent damage from special fraud was misused, and the amount of damage exceeded 10 million yen.
[Satellite image] Shifa hospital, the largest in Gaza, traces of Israeli military invasion
Israeli forces stormed Shifa Hospital, the largest hospital in the Gaza Strip, on the 15th. Satellite images from the afternoon of the same day that NHK independently obtained from the American company Planet revealed that the tents believed to have been used by people evacuating to the hospital grounds were missing. .
Kyushu Prediction of flying yellow dust tomorrow in Okinawa/Amami, visibility less than 10km
On the 17th, yellow dust is expected to fly over Kyushu, Okinawa, and Amami, and visibility is expected to be less than 10 km over a wide area from western Japan to the Nansei Islands. The Japan Meteorological Agency warns that there is a risk that traffic will be affected when visibility is less than 5km.
“Accounts receivable” troubles are increasing rapidly due to “I was instructed to prostitute by my host”
``I didn't have a place at home, so I became brainwashed into becoming obsessed with hosts who approached me on the street.'' A woman who had a large amount of accounts receivable from a host club was told to engage in prostitution by the host. A female guest is charged a large amount of money, which is then reimbursed by the host in an ``accounts receivable'' situation. We have been receiving a lot of inquiries about problems related to repayments.
Some services of ``d Payment'' are unavailable from the evening of the 16th.
According to NTT Docomo, some services on the smartphone payment service ``d Payment'' have been unavailable since the evening of the 16th.
Heavy rain is expected in western and northern Japan until the 18th. Be careful when commuting to work or school.
Due to the effects of low pressure and cold air accompanying the front, there is a risk of extremely stormy weather with rain and extremely strong winds from western to northern Japan into the 18th. On the morning of the 17th, there is a risk of stormy weather with strong winds and rain during commute times in the Kanto and Tokai regions, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is warning of strong winds and high waves, as well as landslides and flooding of low-lying land and rising river waters. We urge you to be very careful about this.
Some sections of the Yamanote Line will be suspended this weekend, affecting all directions, please be careful
This weekend, some sections of the JR Yamanote Line are scheduled to be suspended due to construction work, and universities that conduct entrance exams are warning prospective students to be careful.
Masked police car drove 165 km/h, police officer in his 30s sent to prosecutors in Kyoto
A police sergeant in his 30s at the Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters was referred to prosecutors for driving a masked police car at approximately 165 km/h, more than twice the speed limit, on a motorway in Kyoto Prefecture. He reportedly said, ``I wanted to test the performance of a police car.''
Part of a crane falls at a shipyard, leaving two men unconscious Sumoto, Hyogo
According to the police, at around 10:45 a.m. on the 16th, a part of a marine crane fell on the premises of a shipyard in Sumoto City, Hyogo Prefecture, injuring two men in their 30s. The two were taken to the hospital, where they are said to be in an unconscious condition.
Protocol to expand cooperation between Russia and North Korea; concerns over dispatch of workers
Russia and North Korea held a government-to-government committee on the 15th to discuss economic and scientific and technological cooperation, and signed a protocol to expand cooperative projects. It has been pointed out that there may have been discussions about sending North Korean workers to Russia, which would violate United Nations Security Council resolutions, and related countries are growing concerned.
Two people were transported to Itabashi Ward in Tokyo after eating gummy bears and felt unwell.Do they contain cannabis-derived ingredients?
Late on the night of the 15th, two people, a man and a woman, who ate gummy bears in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, complained of feeling unwell and were taken to the hospital. In Tokyo, there have been a number of cases in which people who have eaten gummy bears made by a company in Osaka have complained of not feeling well, and the Metropolitan Police Department is proceeding with an appraisal, suspecting that the gummy bears may contain cannabis-derived ingredients.
A model of the rover that will carry the world's first private lunar landing is unveiled
A Tokyo venture company aiming to become the world's first private lunar landing has announced that it will launch a second lander as early as next winter, and unveiled a model of the rover it will carry on the 16th.
Driver arrested after Sapporo bicycle derailment accident: “I felt the steering wheel shake”
A driver who was arrested in an accident in which a tire came off of a light passenger car traveling in Sapporo and hit a 4-year-old girl, leaving her unconscious and in critical condition, told investigators, ``While driving, I felt the steering wheel shake and it felt strange.'' In an interview with the police, it was learned that he had given a statement to the effect that "I remembered this." Police suspect that the driver continued to drive despite feeling that his car was in trouble, causing the accident, and are currently investigating the cause of the accident.
Major League MVP announced tomorrow Shohei Otani will win the award with a unanimous vote for the second time in history?
The MVP (Most Valuable Player), which is awarded to the player who has performed the most this season in Major League Baseball, will be announced on the 17th, Japan time. In the American League, it seems certain that Shohei Ohtani will win the award, and there is growing interest in whether he will be the first player in Major League history to win the award with a unanimous vote.
Two men seriously injured after being attacked by a bear on the premises of a house in Toyama City, but the bear escaped
On the morning of the 16th, two men, one in their 70s and one in their 50s, were attacked by a bear while working to cut down a persimmon tree in the garden of a house on the outskirts of Toyama City, sustaining serious injuries to their faces and legs. . The bear fled the scene, and police and others are warning nearby residents to be careful.
Parliamentary Vice-Minister Miyake once again denies allegations of sexual harassment 10 years ago, writes protest to weekly magazine
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Defense Miyake once again denied a weekly magazine report that he was suspected of sexually harassing a staff member in his office 10 years ago, saying, ``I have no recollection of this,'' and then filed a protest with the weekly magazine. I made it clear that I had sent a message.
Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office Special Investigation Department searches the home of House of Representatives member Miyo Kakizawa's secretary
In connection with a violation of the Public Offices Election Act regarding the mayoral election in Tokyo's Koto Ward that took place in April this year, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's special investigation department investigated the secretary of Liberal Democratic Party member of the House of Representatives, Mito Kakizawa, who is said to have supported the former ward mayor. I searched my house etc.
Construction of the "Dejima Bridge" connecting Dejima in Onagawa Town, Miyagi to the mainland, installation of the central part
Construction work on a bridge connecting Dejima, a remote island in Onagawa Town, Miyagi Prefecture, with the mainland took place on the 16th, when work was carried out to install the central part of the bridge. Road maintenance and other work will continue in the future, with the aim of opening the road in December next year.
U.S. Senate passes new bridge budget bill, averting government shutdown for now
Ahead of the temporary "bridging budget" in the United States expiring on the 17th of this week, the Senate passed a new "bridging budget" bill on the 15th to secure temporary funding. The "bridge budget" bill is expected to be enacted after it is signed by President Biden, and it is expected that a government shutdown after the 18th will be avoided for the time being.
1 person injured in car crash near Israeli embassy, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo
According to reports received by the Metropolitan Police Department, just before 11 a.m. on the 16th, a car crashed into an intrusion prevention fence on a road near the Israeli Embassy in Nibancho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, injuring one riot police officer. .
"Emergency contraceptive pill" to be sold on a trial basis at approximately 150 pharmacies nationwide from November 28th
The Japan Pharmacists Association will conduct research on whether emergency contraceptives, which prevent unintended pregnancies, can be sold properly over the counter at pharmacies without a doctor's prescription. We decided to sell it on a trial basis.
Waseda University Sumo Club suspended after member arrested on suspicion of violating Cannabis Control Law
After a male member of Waseda University's sumo club was arrested on suspicion of violating the Cannabis Control Act by asking an acquaintance to send marijuana to him, the university announced that the club had suspended its activities.
Naoya Shiga's ``Until Abashiri'' - Traces of groping to add ending found
After publishing his early short story ``Until Abashiri,'' Naoya Shiga, a writer who led the Japanese literary world from the Meiji to Showa periods, appears to have considered adding a few lines of sequel to the story at the end. I learned something new. Experts point out, ``This is a valuable document that shows Shiga's search for a better expression.''
Kyoto Prefectural Police lieutenant arrested on suspicion of stealing cash and other items from residence during investigation
Four years ago, a lieutenant in his 50s at the Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters discovered a dead body in Kyoto City, and when investigating whether it was a suspicious crime, he found about 100,000 yen in cash and other items that were in the deceased's home. Interviews with investigators revealed that he was arrested on suspicion of theft.
UN resolution submitted by EU calling for immediate return of abductees adopted for 19th consecutive year
A resolution submitted by the European Union condemning North Korea's human rights violations and calling for the immediate return of all abductees has been adopted by a committee of the United Nations General Assembly for the 19th consecutive year.
President Biden holds press conference after US-China summit meeting
US President Biden holds a press conference after holding a summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Cy Young Award goes to Yankees' Cole and Padres' Snell
Pitcher Cole of the Yankees and pitcher Snell of the Padres were selected to win the Cy Young Award, given to the Major League pitcher of the year. Among Japanese players, Mets pitcher Kodai Senga finished 7th in the National League with 12 wins this season.
Host arrested for allegedly punching him for demanding repayment of accounts receivable; part of the charges denied
A host working at a host club in Kabukicho, Tokyo was arrested on suspicion of forcing a female customer to repay overdue food and drink bills, punching her, injuring her, and extorting cash. The woman was charged approximately 5 million yen in accounts receivable by the host. The host has denied some of the charges.
October trade balance deficit of 662.5 billion yen, first deficit in 2 months
According to last month's trade statistics released by the Ministry of Finance, the trade balance (exports minus imports) was in the red at 662.5 billion yen. This is the first time in two months that the trade balance has been in the red.
“US-China leaders agree to resume high-level military dialogue” Chinese state media
China's state-run Xinhua news agency reported that the outcome of the summit meeting between President Xi Jinping and US President Biden was that the two sides agreed to resume high-level dialogue between the two militaries on the basis of equality and respect.
US-China summit begins for the first time in a year; focus on whether relations will be stabilized
The first summit meeting in a year between President Biden of the United States and President Xi Jinping of China began in the early morning of the 16th, Japan time, on the West Coast of the United States.
[Updated from time to time] Israeli military “operational command center in hospital” Hamas denies
On the 15th, the Israeli military conducted a military operation against the largest hospital in the Gaza Strip, which is said to be a stronghold of the Islamic organization Hamas, and claimed to have found a command center and weapons for Hamas operations. Hamas, on the other hand, strongly condemns the operation and strongly denies that the hospital is not a military facility and is Israeli propaganda. *We will keep you updated on developments related to Israel and Palestine on November 16th (Japan time).
Nagano 4-person murder case plans to prosecute suspect for murder
In May this year, a 32-year-old suspect was arrested for murdering four people, two women and two police officers, in Nakano City, Nagano Prefecture, and as a result, prosecutors took him into custody for psychiatric evaluation. In an interview with investigators, it was revealed that the decision was made on the 16th to prosecute the suspect for murder, determining that the person's responsibility could be questioned.
Prime Minister Kishida arrives in the U.S. for the APEC summit, talks with President Xi for final adjustments
Prime Minister Kishida arrived in the United States to attend the APEC summit meeting. Locally, final arrangements are being made to hold a summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the 17th, Japan time, and the focus is on whether progress can be made on pending issues between the two countries, such as the suspension of imports of Japanese marine products.
UN Security Council adopts resolution calling for cessation of fighting, first since military clashes in Gaza Strip
Regarding the military conflict between the Israeli army and the Islamic organization Hamas, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution calling for a cessation of fighting in order to improve the humanitarian situation of children in the Gaza Strip. This is the first time that the Security Council has adopted a resolution aimed at resolving the situation, which has been at loggerheads since the series of conflicts began.