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2月28日:毎日5分の英語習慣:楽天三木谷社長10億円寄付 ロシア人が抗議





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Russia hits Ukraine fuel supplies, airfields in new attacks.
Russia unleashed a wave of attacks on Ukraine targeting airfields and fuel facilities in what appeared to be the next phase of an invasion that has been slowed by fierce resistance. The U.S. and EU responded with weapons and ammunition for the outnumbered Ukrainians and powerful sanctions intended to further isolate Moscow.
Huge explosions lit up the sky early Sunday south of Kyiv, where people hunkered down in homes, underground garages and subway stations in anticipation of a full-scale assault by Russian forces.

Investors brace for volatility as West moves to cut Russia off from SWIFT.
Investors were preparing for more wild gyrations in asset prices after Western nations announced a harsh set of sanctions to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, including blocking some banks from the SWIFT international payments system.
New measures announced by the US, Britain, Europe and Canada also include restrictions on the Russian central bank’s international reserves. The moves will be implemented in the coming days.

Russians join Ukrainians in Tokyo to protest war in Ukraine.
Russians took to the streets of Tokyo on Feb. 26 to denounce the invasion of Ukraine. Many said that Russian President Vladimir Putin was unfit to lead.
Other foreign nationals, including Ukrainians, as well as Japanese, also staged rallies in the capital and other cities.
More than 100 protesters gathered outside Shinjuku Station, to chant “Stop War and Stop Putin” while holding signs reading “Peace in Ukraine” and “Putin is Russia’s Enemy.”

Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani to donate 1 bil. yen to Ukraine.
Hiroshi Mikitani, chairman and CEO of Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten Group Inc., said Sunday he will donate 1 billion yen to the Ukrainian government for humanitarian assistance following Russia's invasion of the country.
"I am deeply saddened by the news," Mikitani said in an English letter to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy posted on Twitter, referring to Russia's launch of a military attack Thursday. "My thoughts are with you and Ukraine people."

North Korea resumes missile tests with first launch in a month.
North Korea fired what could be a ballistic missile on Sunday, military officials in South Korea and Japan said, in what would be the first test since the nuclear-armed country staged a record number of launches in January.
South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff reported that North Korea fired a suspected ballistic missile toward the sea off its east coast from a location near Sunan, where Pyongyang’s international airport is located.

Japan financial watchdog reviews compulsory quarterly disclosure rule.
Japan's financial watchdog has begun discussions as part of a review of compulsory quarterly company disclosures, a controversial move the regulator argues will encourage firms to think long-term but that critics say will erode transparency.
The Financial Services Agency is expected to show as early as this spring the direction of its review, a part of efforts to promote a "new capitalism" as advocated by Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, following discussions at its Financial System Council.

Reclamation at Centrair starts for around-the-clock flights.
Land reclamation work in the waters west of Chubu Centrair International Airport in Aichi Prefecture has begun for the construction of new runways that will enable around-the-clock flights.
The construction being carried out is scheduled to be completed around 2037. A new runway, which will be the same length as the existing 3,500-meter runway, will be constructed.

Day care in Fukuoka entertainment district offers 24-hr support to area's single moms.
A day care center in this southwest Japan city's Hakata Ward is just a stone's throw from Nakasu, the Kyushu region's largest entertainment district. Owing to its location, some 80% of the people who drop their children off at Kids Support Hakata Chuo Hoikuen are single mothers working at Nakasu's eateries, beauty parlors and other businesses.

Rising star Gaku Hoshi scales new heights in joint Osaka-Biwako marathon.
23-year-old Gaku Hoshi won Sunday's combined Osaka and Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon, capturing the new event on the national running calendar in his first race at that distance.
In a race featuring 300 elite female and male runners, Hoshi broke out of a three-man pack around the 38-kilometer mark and ran solo the rest of the way to win in 2 hours, 7 minutes, 31 seconds, a record for a first-time marathoner.
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2月27日:毎日5分の英語習慣:キエフで市街戦 ガソリン補助金制度拡大



ウクライナ首都キエフで市街戦に 避難を呼びかけ
経済安全保障強化 新法案が今国会で成立へ
2021年の日本の出生数は過去最少 死亡数は戦後最多


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Street fighting begins in Kyiv; people urged to seek shelter.
Russian troops stormed toward Ukraine’s capital Saturday, and street fighting broke out as city officials urged residents to take shelter. The country's president refused an American offer to evacuate, insisting that he would stay. “The fight is here,” he said.
As dawn broke in Kyiv, it was not immediately clear how far the soldiers had advanced. Skirmishes reported on the edge of the city suggested that small Russian units were probing Ukrainian defenses to clear a path for the main forces.

Japan plans to transport citizens in Ukraine to Poland for charter flight evacuation.
In response to Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, the Japanese government intends to transport the approximately 120 Japanese nationals still in the country as of Feb. 23 by land to neighboring Poland, from where they will be evacuated on a charter flight.
Japan's government is considering temporarily keeping its nationals in protective custody at embassy-related facilities in Kyiv if Russia's invasion progresses.

China is Russia’s best hope to blunt sanctions, but wary.
China is the only friend that might help Russia blunt the impact of economic sanctions over its invasion of Ukraine, but President Xi Jinping’s government is giving no sign it might be willing to risk its own access to U.S. and European markets by doing too much.
Even if Beijing wanted to, its ability to support President Vladimir Putin by importing more Russian gas and other goods is limited.

Japan firm-owned cargo ship hit by missile off Ukraine.
A cargo ship owned by a Japanese firm was hit by a missile off the coast of Ukraine in the Black Sea on Friday, injuring one crew member, the marine transportation firm in western Japan said Saturday.
The Panamanian-registered cargo ship Namura Queen was damaged and one of the 20 Filipino crew sustained a non-life threatening injury to his shoulder, according to the firm based in Imabari, Ehime Prefecture.

Magnitude 6.2 earthquake kills 7 on Indonesia's Sumatra.
A strong and shallow earthquake shook Indonesia's Sumatra island on Friday, killing seven people and injuring 85, while causing panic on the island and in neighboring Malaysia and Singapore.
The magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck about 66 kilometers north-northwest of Bukittinggi, a hilly town in West Sumatra province, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was centered about 12 kilometers below the Earth's surface.

New economic security law now before Diet for approval.
The government OK’d a bill to promote economic security that would ensure a steady supply of strategically important goods such as semiconductors and submitted it to the Diet for approval on Feb. 25.
Critics contend it would hand the government too much say in how companies go about their business.

Japan logs record low childbirths in 2021, deaths at postwar high.
The number of children born in Japan fell to a record low for the sixth consecutive year in 2021, with deaths at the highest since World War II, highlighting the continuing trend of the country's population decline, government data showed Friday.
The number of newborns dropped 3.4 percent from 2020 to 842,897 while deaths increased 4.9 percent to 1,452,289, resulting in a natural population decrease of 609,392 in the country of 125 million, according to preliminary data by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

Over 70% of homeless people in Tokyo unvaccinated for COVID: survey.
More than 70% of homeless people in Japan's capital who responded to a survey had not been vaccinated for COVID-19, a support group revealed on Feb. 24.
It conducted the survey on people who came to a soup kitchen the group runs at a park in Shibuya ward and 83 people responded. Among them, 55 people were living on the streets, 42 of whom -- over 70% -- had not had a coronavirus vaccine shot.

Japan govt to expand gasoline subsidy program in March.
The government announced Friday that it will significantly expand a subsidy program to rein in gasoline and other fuel prices.
Given that crude oil prices remain high in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the government will raise the current subsidy cap of \5 per liter to \25 in March. Details will be discussed at a meeting of relevant Cabinet ministers to be held shortly.
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