Ishikawa Route buses in Suzu City will resume operation on some routes on a trial basis from the 13th
Route buses in Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, which had been suspended on all routes due to the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, will resume operation on some routes on a trial basis from the 13th.
JR Yokosuka Line operation suspended due to personal injury accident at Kamakura Station
According to JR East, the JR Yokosuka Line has suspended service on the up and down lines between Tokyo Station and Kurihama Station in Yokosuka City due to an accident that caused an accident at Kamakura Station. It is expected that operations will resume around 11 p.m.
30-year-old suspect arrested for leaving woman on the road and killing her by running her over in Okinawa
Last month, a 30-year-old construction worker was arrested on suspicion of murder for killing a female acquaintance on a national highway in Ginowan City, Okinawa Prefecture, by moving her onto the road and leaving her there, where she was run over by a moving car. Ta.
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Heavy airstrike in Rafah, Gaza Strip; Israeli military announces rescue of two hostages
The Israeli military announced on the 12th that it had rescued two men held hostage by the Islamic group Hamas in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip. Intense airstrikes were carried out in Rafah in the early hours of the morning, and local health authorities say 67 people have been killed so far, and there are concerns that the number of casualties among residents will increase in the future.
Nagano Cars collide; 7 people, including 2 children, transported; woman unconscious
On the afternoon of the 12th, two cars collided on a national highway in Shiojiri City, Nagano Prefecture, and seven people, including a 2-year-old and a 10-year-old child, are being treated at the hospital. One of the women, a woman in her 30s, was said to be unconscious when she was taken to the hospital.
Citizen Representative Tamaki has negative thoughts about the possibility of becoming a citizen and taking over the government.
Representative Tamaki of the Democratic Party of the People expressed a negative view of the possibility of the party forming a government with the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, citing the lack of agreement on fundamental policies such as the constitution and national security.
A group formed by bereaved families calls for a review of the medical accident investigation system.
A symposium was held to discuss the ideal form of a ``medical accident investigation system'' that investigates the causes of unexpected patient deaths, and representatives of an organization formed by bereaved families suggested that they create clear guidelines, such as standards for reporting accidents, and We appealed for a review of the system so that an investigation could be conducted.
Preparatory meeting for the Pacific Islands Summit confirms the importance of maintaining international order
A preparatory meeting for the Pacific Islands Summit to be held in Tokyo this summer was held in Fiji, and the participants confirmed the importance of firmly maintaining a rules-based international order.
Aomori Mutsu Snowball fight held indoors with “snowballs” made from paper due to low snowfall
In Mutsu City, Aomori Prefecture, due to less snowfall than normal years, a scheduled snowball fight was moved to an indoor event, with children hitting each other with paper balls instead of snowballs. .
Government solidifies long-term support policy for coast guard authorities in four Southeast Asian countries
The Japanese government has decided to provide long-term support to the coast guard authorities of four Southeast Asian countries, including the Philippines and Vietnam, and has begun drawing up a plan. Experts point out that the move is aimed at China, which continues to have territorial disputes with other countries in the South China Sea, and analyzes that it will be ``a very powerful help for each country.''
Ishikawa Wajima: In some places, disaster victims continue to run evacuation centers.
In Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, more than 2,300 people are still sheltering in the city's evacuation shelters, six weeks after the earthquake, and some of the disaster victims are assisting with the operations of the evacuation centers, such as preparing meals and managing their health. There are some places that continue to take on this role.
Training based on the assumption that an earthquake and a nuclear power plant accident will occur simultaneously during a snowy winter Niigata
In Niigata Prefecture, a drill was held to confirm procedures for evacuating residents, based on the scenario that an earthquake and a serious accident at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant occurred at the same time during a snowy winter season, and evacuation routes were cut off. Ta.
Fires in Kanagawa Prefecture begin in the early hours of the 12th; 4 people are dead; some cannot be contacted.
Just before noon on the 12th, there was a fire that completely destroyed a house in Yokohama, and one person was found dead in the remains. Fires have been occurring one after another in Kanagawa Prefecture since the early hours of the 12th, and a total of four people have died, and some people have not been able to be contacted, and police are currently investigating.
At least 60% of businesses in Wajima and Suzu are "not in a position to operate"
When local credit unions interviewed business partners in Wajima City and Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, which were severely damaged by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, at least 60% responded that they were not in a position to operate. Did.
National Democratic Party Convention Representative Tamaki Political Funds “Strict response to Kishida administration”
At the National Democratic Party's convention, Representative Tamaki pointed out that the issue surrounding the LDP faction's political funding party "cannot be overlooked. The LDP has now lost its policy driving force," and responded harshly to the Kishida administration. I have expressed my intention to do so. At the convention, we decided on an activity policy that included increasing the number of votes received by 20% in each national election.
Breaking All Japan Championship Shigekix “Delivering good dance” to 4th consecutive victory
Before the opening of the All-Japan Breaking Championship, a new sport at the Paris Olympics, on February 17th, the participating athletes held a press conference, and Shigeyuki Hani, whose dancer name is "Shigekix," said, ``I will do my best and deliver a good dance.'' I want to win the tournament for the fourth time in a row,” he said, expressing his enthusiasm for winning the tournament for the fourth time in a row.
Super Bowl Chiefs win back-to-back titles, defeating 49ers in overtime
In the Super Bowl, which decides this season's champion of the NFL (American Professional Football League), the Chiefs defeated the 49ers 25-22 in overtime, winning their second consecutive championship. This is the first consecutive Super Bowl victory in 19 years.
No prospect of resuming fishing due to Noto Peninsula earthquake, decides to retire after 50 years as a fisherman
In Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where fishing boats are unable to leave port due to the rise of the seabed caused by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, a man has decided to retire from his 50-year career as a fisherman, as there is no prospect of fishing resuming.
Tokyo Fuchu Shinkin Bank employee murder case soon 19th anniversary Call for information
Ahead of the 19th anniversary of the murder of a male employee in the parking lot of a Shinkin Bank in Fuchu, Tokyo, the bereaved family and Metropolitan Police Department investigators appealed for information at the scene.
Found wedding ring: “Let’s not get together again” [Voices from disaster-stricken areas]
"They might ask, 'Would you like to come with me again?' I wish I could meet them." Tetsunobu Ogata (66), a widower from Houshi-cho, Wajima City, found his wedding ring in his collapsed home. . The two started dating after being in the same class in high school, and it has been 50 years since they met. "I think I made her really struggle. I have no choice but to work as hard as I can for my wife."
Rio Carnival Top Team Parade Begins, Excitement at Peak
Rio Carnival, Brazil's midsummer festival in South America, has begun with a parade by top samba teams, and the excitement at the venue is at its peak.
Men's Golf European Tour Rikuya Hoshino wins his first tour victory
On the 11th, Rikuya Hoshino won his first tournament on the men's golf tour with a total of 14 under par.
Representative Izumi Ritmin LDP survey on political funding issue “lack of objectivity”
Izumi, the representative of the Constitutional Democratic Party, said that in response to the issue regarding the LDP's faction's political funding party, a survey of its members was not objective, and related members of the Abe and Nikai factions have submitted to the Political Ethics Committee. I again asked him to attend and give an explanation.
Major League Baseball Padres Darvish and Hiroki Matsui start camp
Padres pitchers Yu Darvish and Hiroki Matsui, who will face the Dodgers in the opening game of the Major League Baseball series to be held in South Korea in March, started camp in Arizona on the 11th.
Wajima: Individual consultations begin for public-funded demolition of disaster-stricken buildings; approximately 500 inquiries received
Individual consultations began at Wajima City Hall on the 12th regarding ``publicly funded demolition,'' in which the city or town dismantles and removes buildings damaged in the Noto Peninsula Earthquake on behalf of the owners.
Israel emphasizes stance on ground operations in Rafah, countries express concerns
While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has emphasized his intention to carry out ground operations in Rafah, at the southern end of the Gaza Strip, governments around the world, including US President Biden, have expressed concern about further civilian casualties.
Fires in Kanagawa Prefecture begin in the early hours of the 12th, 2 people dead, 2 unable to be contacted
A series of fires broke out in Kanagawa Prefecture from early morning until the morning of the 12th, resulting in the death of two people, and two others have not been heard from, and police are currently investigating.
6 weeks after the Noto Peninsula Earthquake Ishikawa Wajima Disaster victims sort and distribute relief supplies
12 days will mark 6 weeks since the Noto Peninsula earthquake. In Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, there is a shortage of volunteers, so disaster victims themselves are sorting and distributing relief supplies that have arrived from all over the country.
North Korea announces test launch of new multiple rocket artillery on 11th
North Korea announced on the 11th that it conducted a test firing of a new type of multiple rocket artillery. The rocket artillery is a weapon aimed at South Korea, and North Korea appears to be working to improve the capabilities of its conventional weapons in line with its ``Five-Year National Defense Plan,'' which is in its fourth year this year.
Daihatsu resumes production of some car models, but there are no prospects for a full restart, and there are concerns about the impact
Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd. had suspended operations at all of its domestic automobile factories in response to the issue of fraudulently obtaining national certification, but on the 12th, for the first time in about a month and a half, some vehicle models were We have resumed production only. However, the outlook for a full-scale restart of production remains uncertain.
U.S. Secretary of Defense transferred to hospital again; authority temporarily transferred to deputy secretary
In the United States, Secretary of Defense Austin, whose crisis management style was called into question after failing to inform President Biden that he had been hospitalized, was taken to the hospital again. Powers as Secretary of Defense have been temporarily delegated to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, and the health issues of top defense officials have become a focus of attention.
Men's marathon world record holder Kiptam dies in traffic accident
Foreign media reported that Kenya's Kelvin Kiptum, the world record holder in the men's marathon, died in a traffic accident on the 11th.
Takehara Pistol “I don’t care what I sing”!? What is his true meaning?
Pistol Takehara is a singer-songwriter/actor. The song has a passionate message that gives strength to those who listen to it. When Takehara was a student, he dreamed of becoming a musician and devoted himself to boxing.In fact, at the time, there was a man he met as a rival in the same weight class who was an NHK announcer. I am Kazuhiro Mukai, announcer for Hakodate Broadcasting Station. Mr. Takehara and announcer Mukai are old friends who are still in touch. At Mr. Takehara's request, ``Even if Mukai uses honorific language, it's hard to speak...'', so we conducted the interview in a ``tame'' manner. What is Mr. Takehara's true face revealed through the casual exchange between the two who reunited in the ring where they once fought? (Interview: Yoshiaki Takaichi announcer)
Shohei Ohtani, third day of camp, watches Yoshinobu Yamamoto's pitching practice with the leaders
The Major League Baseball team's Dodgers camp was held on the 11th, with scenes such as Shohei Ohtani watching pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto's pitching practice with the leaders.
Finland's new president considers neighboring Russia and emphasizes cooperation with NATO and other countries
Last year, former Prime Minister Stubb was chosen as the next president of Finland, which joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) last year, and expressed his intention to emphasize cooperation with NATO and other organizations, keeping in mind neighboring Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine.
Israel emphasizes “ground operations in Rafah” to keep Hamas in check
While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has emphasized his intention to carry out ground operations in Rafah, at the southern end of the Gaza Strip, the Islamic organization Hamas has resisted the attack, saying, ``An attack on Rafah would mean the collapse of hostage negotiations.'' did. There are concerns that if the attacks intensify on Rafah, where more than 1 million people have evacuated, there will be even more civilian casualties.
Kanto atmospheric instability; no risk of snowfall in Tokyo's 23 wards, but beware of frozen roads
Due to the cold air in the sky, snow is falling along the mountains of Tama and in Chichibu. Although there is no longer any risk of snow falling in Tokyo's 23 wards, there is a possibility of snow in the inland areas of the Kanto region in the morning, so please be careful of frozen roads.
Nagoya City Board of Education received money and gifts from teachers' organization Mayor Kawamura ``plans to proceed with investigation''
It has been revealed that the Nagoya City Board of Education receives money and gifts from an organization formed by city school teachers every year, along with a list of teachers to recommend to the school principal. Mayor Kawamura of Nagoya said, ``This is outrageous,'' and said he would set up a team that would include third parties to investigate the incident.
Former U.S. President Trump ``urged Russia to attack NATO member countries'' during his term in office
It was revealed that while former US President Donald Trump was in office, he had said that he would encourage Russia to attack unless member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) pay sufficient military costs, and the White House and NATO are strongly issued a condemning statement.
Women's Basketball Defeats Canada in final qualifying round; qualifies for third consecutive Olympics
In the third game of the women's basketball world final qualifying round, Japan won a close game against the powerful team Canada 86-82, clinching a spot in their third consecutive Olympic Games.
Six weeks after the Noto Peninsula earthquake, more than 20,000 people are still living in harsh evacuation conditions.
12 days marks 6 weeks since the Noto Peninsula earthquake. At least 23,000 people are still staying in evacuation centers, relatives' homes, or sleeping in their cars, facing a long and difficult life as an evacuee.
Replacement of aging septic tank: Recommendation to Ministry of the Environment to ``clarify standards''
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has asked the Ministry of the Environment to promote the replacement of septic tanks, saying that the septic tanks that purify domestic wastewater before discharging it into rivers are aging and in some cases are being used that pose problems from an environmental or sanitary perspective. It recommended that the criteria for determining whether there is a problem be clarified.
Shogi players hold online charity event to support disaster areas
An online charity event was held by shogi players to support the areas affected by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake, and shogi players and female shogi players spoke about their feelings for the affected areas in a talk show.