“I am so sorry” that no ambulance or help came. [Voices from the disaster area]
Due to the chaos immediately after the earthquake, even if I called an ambulance, no one would come. Even if I ask for help at the evacuation center, they don't respond. "He was a kind father. I'm sorry that I couldn't help him," said the son, who lost his father in the tsunami caused by the Noto Peninsula earthquake, in a choked voice.
Chita Peninsula Road Truck loaded into oncoming lane, man unconscious
On the afternoon of the 10th, there was an accident involving a truck and a passenger car on Chita Peninsula Road in Aichi Prefecture, and the man driving the car was unconscious and in critical condition. Police are currently investigating the details of the incident, as the truck collided with the median strip, spilling its cargo into oncoming traffic and being hit by a car.
[Giants Camp] Temporary coach Hideki Matsui teaches bat swing himself
Hideki Matsui, an alumnus of the Giants professional baseball team's camp being held in Miyazaki City, has been teaching as a temporary coach since the 10th, the first day of the third season, giving enthusiastic advice, including swinging the bat himself during practice sessions. was sending.
Ukraine: Russian military drone attacks kill 7 people in Kharkiv
In Ukraine, drone attacks by the Russian military have occurred one after another in various areas, and seven people, including three children, were killed in a house fire in the eastern city of Kharkiv.
Nagasaki Lantern Festival 10m high dragon object lighting ceremony
On the 10th, the lighting ceremony for the main object was held at the Lantern Festival, which began in conjunction with the Chinese New Year, Spring Festival, and approximately 15,000 lanterns illuminated the streets of Nagasaki.
Man in his 60s unconscious due to block wall falling during earthquake cleanup work Nanao
On the afternoon of the 10th, a man in his 60s who was cleaning up an earthquake-damaged building in Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture, was pinned down by a falling block wall, and his condition is said to be unconscious and critical, according to police.
Chinese New Year ``Spring Festival'' begins, celebrations held across China
China celebrated the Lunar New Year on the 10th, and as President Xi Jinping announced his policy of placing emphasis on traditional culture, events to celebrate the new year were held across the country.
[Updated from time to time] Large gap between Israel and Hamas; US to dispatch CIA director
Negotiations are underway between Israel and the Islamic organization Hamas through an intermediary role in order to halt the fighting in the Gaza Strip and release the hostages, but the gap between the two sides is large and it is unclear whether negotiations will be reached. On the other hand, American media has reported that the Biden administration plans to dispatch Director Burns of the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) to Egypt as early as the 13th of next week, and it will be interesting to see if the negotiations progress. *We will keep you updated on developments regarding Israel and Palestine as of February 10th, Japan time.
Noto Town calls for support through crowdfunding to rebuild private hospital
The private hospital in Noto Town, which has been supporting medical care and nursing care in the Oku-Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture, was severely damaged by the earthquake and all hospitalized patients have been transferred and the hospital is closed. The hospital says, ``We want to continue to protect the community,'' and is appealing for widespread support through crowdfunding for rebuilding.
Saitama Prefectural Police's mountain rescue team urges you to submit a mountain climbing report even on familiar mountains.
In order to prevent accidents among people who try to climb nearby mountains and enjoy the flowers at this time of year, when trees such as Japanese plum blossoms and plum blossoms begin to bloom, police mountain rescue workers in Nagatoro Town, Saitama Prefecture, conducted a campaign to encourage safe mountain climbing. .
Chiba: Body found lying in the back of a burnt car, possibly Vietnamese nationality
On the 7th of this month, a man's body was found in a burnt out car in the mountains of Otaki Town, Chiba Prefecture, and the body was found lying in the back of the car, according to interviews with investigators. The body is believed to be that of a Vietnamese man, and police are conducting a detailed investigation into how it was abandoned.
“Abe and Nikai faction members need explanations at the political ethics committee” Ritmin Secretary-General Okada
Constitutional Democratic Party Secretary-General Okada said that he did not have high hopes for the results of a survey conducted by the Liberal Democratic Party on members of his party in response to issues surrounding factional political funding parties, and that members of the Abe and Nikai factions have submitted to the Political Ethics Committee. I emphasized the need to attend and explain.
Fukushima firefighters volunteer in Suzu due to the Great East Japan Earthquake
In Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where more than 8,800 homes have been confirmed to have been damaged by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, a man from Fukushima Prefecture who became a firefighter in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake volunteered to stay at the homes of disaster victims. We conducted an activity to search for valuables.
Festivals and events to celebrate the Chinese New Year "Spring Festival" and people visiting tourist spots
The Chinese New Year ``Spring Festival'' began on the 10th, and festivals began in Nankinmachi, Kobe City. Tourist groups from China visit sightseeing spots in Wakayama Prefecture to coincide with the long weekend, and the area is bustling with activity.
Suzu ground uplift creates a cliff about 4 km long and over 2 meters high
A survey by the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan has revealed that due to the Noto Peninsula earthquake, the topography of Wakayama-cho, Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, has been uplifted over a total length of approximately 4 kilometers, creating a "cliff" over 2 meters high. I did.
High school girl dies, dragged for more than 5km by car Hitachinaka, Ibaraki
On the evening of the 9th, a 16-year-old female high school student was found under a car in a parking lot in Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture, and was confirmed dead. A subsequent investigation revealed that he was dragged by a car for more than 5 kilometers from Mito city, and police are investigating the details of the incident, including interviewing the man who was driving the car.
Fukui Prefecture Governor indicates intention to accept some disaster waste from Noto Peninsula Earthquake
On the 10th, Governor Hase of Ishikawa Prefecture and Governor Sugimoto of Fukui Prefecture met, and Governor Sugimoto expressed his intention to accept some of the disaster waste generated by the Noto Peninsula earthquake at a processing facility in Fukui Prefecture.
Disaster volunteer activities begin in Wajima City Ishikawa
In Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, which was severely damaged by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, disaster volunteer activities began on the 10th, including cleaning up waste generated by the earthquake.
About 500 gang members in El Salvador are indicted at once, criticized for heavy-handed methods
In El Salvador, Central America, the government's heavy-handed security measures are leading to mass arrests of gang members, and on the 8th, about 500 of them were indicted all at once. On the other hand, the administration's heavy-handed methods have been criticized by human rights groups and the international community.
Kanagawa Minamiashigara Search continues for escaped Shikoku dog, multiple sightings reported
A Shikoku dog that ran away during a walk in Minamiashigara City, Kanagawa Prefecture on the 8th has not yet been found, and police and others have been searching for it since the morning of the 10th.
“Grateful to be able to swim” Junior swimmers resume practice Nanao
Junior swimmers who were unable to use the pool they had been practicing at in Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture due to the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, resumed their practice from the 9th by renting another pool in the city.
President Biden slams Republicans for opposing aid to Ukraine, a crime
In the United States, an emergency budget bill that included military aid to Ukraine stalled due to opposition from opposition parties and the Republican Party, and President Biden strongly criticized the Republican Party, saying, ``Not supporting Ukraine is almost a criminal act.''
Noto Peninsula Earthquake “Possibility of active fault slip movement in northwest sea area” Earthquake Investigation Committee
Regarding last month's Noto Peninsula earthquake, the government's Earthquake Investigation Committee concluded that among the multiple active faults that are believed to be related to the earthquake, it is highly likely that an active fault in the sea area called the "Saruyama-oki segment" located northwest of the Noto Peninsula slipped. I have expressed my opinion.
Kershaw, who has won 210 games in total, agrees to one-year contract with Dodgers to return after summer
The Dodgers of Major League Baseball announced on the 9th that they have agreed to a one-year contract with pitcher Kershaw, who became a free agent after last season.
NY market “S&P500” stock price index exceeds 5000 at closing price, setting new all-time high
At the New York Stock Exchange on the 9th, the S&P 500 stock index, which is one of the indicators of investor management and is calculated using the stock prices of 500 major companies, rose, and the closing price exceeded the 5000 mark for the first time, reaching an all-time high. The has been updated.
Shohei Otani Yoshinobu Yamamoto Camp starts Yamamoto pitches 21 pitches in the bullpen
On the 9th, Major League Baseball Dodgers pitcher Shohei Ohtani and pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto started camp in Arizona in preparation for the start of the season.
Supporting Japanese companies expanding into Ukraine: New insurance underwriting quota established
It will soon be two years since Russia invaded Ukraine. In an effort to create an environment where it is easy for Japanese companies to expand into Ukraine in order to provide reconstruction assistance, Nippon Export and Investment Insurance will compensate for losses based on insurance premiums paid if a company suffers damage. We have established a new underwriting limit for ``Overseas Investment Insurance,'' and are making adjustments to increase the amount to 150 billion yen.
Pakistan general election vote counting progresses; opposition party releases video declaring victory
In Pakistan's general election, where vote counting is currently underway, opposition candidates led by former Prime Minister Khan, a former cricket star who has been detained on corruption charges, are leading in seats, and local media are predicting that It is said that it is superior to the. Furthermore, just after 11:30 p.m. local time on the 9th, the opposition party ``Justice Movement'' released a 1 minute and 30 second message video from former Prime Minister Khan, said to have been created using AI, on social media and declared victory.
Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine; new commander in chief shows determination to reform military
The Russian military is intensifying its offensive around Audiivka in eastern Ukraine, and the local mayor complains of the dire situation, saying, ``The enemy is many times the size.'' Under these circumstances, the newly appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces Shirsky has shown his determination to reform the military, and attention will be on whether he can lead to a breakthrough in the war situation.
Women's basketball loses to Hungary, drops to 1 win, 1 loss; Paris Olympics decision postponed
In the second game of the women's basketball world final qualifying round for the Olympic Games, Japan lost to Hungary 75-81, and the chance to qualify for the Olympics was postponed to the final game against Canada.
Liberal Democratic Party: “Additional investigation required, no omissions confirmed” Opposition party continues to pursue
The Liberal Democratic Party has announced that it conducted a survey of all its members in response to issues surrounding factional political funding parties, and that no cases were found that required additional investigation. On the other hand, the opposition party says it is doubtful that the Liberal Democratic Party's investigation will lead to a clear picture of the situation, and plans to continue to hold Prime Minister Kishida accountable.
Ukraine support measures: Arrangements to exchange multiple cooperation documents at Tokyo meeting
At a conference on the reconstruction of Ukraine to be held in Tokyo on the 19th of this month, the Japanese government plans to come up with support measures in a wide range of fields, including landmine removal and improving agricultural productivity, and plans to exchange multiple cooperation documents with the Ukrainian side. We are making adjustments.