2015年9月24日 (木)

★ ローマ法王がアメリカ訪問、オバマと会談 The Pope met with Obama in the White House

★ ローマ法王がアメリカ訪問、オバマと会談

The Pope met with Obama in the White House



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Pope Francis visits US

Pope Francis souvenirs sell like hotcakes in US

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The Pope reminds us that we're measured by what we do not just what we say. Together we can make this a better world.

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Pope Francis canonizes 18th-century missionary as part of first Mass in US

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Watch: Pope Francis urges climate change action during US visit

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Act now on climate change, Pope urges US

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2015年9月 8日 (火)

★ Germany to take 31,000 refugees, France 24,000 ドイツは 難民を3万1千人受け入れ、フランスは2万4千人受け入れ

★ Germany to take 31,000 refugees, France 24,000
ドイツは 難民を3万1千人受け入れ、フランスは2万4千人受け入れ
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ドイツに到着した難民の数は3万人近くに上っています。欧州各国が相次いで受け入れを表明するなど対応に追われています。

【シリア】2015年に、ギリシャに到着した20万5千人の避難民のうち、90%はシリア難民です。命懸けで危険な旅をし、安全に生活できる場所を探しています。ご支援はこちらから: 

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難民に揺れる欧州、ドイツの負担1.3兆円超に

ドイツ難民を受け入れる体制ができていると主張しているが、反移民・極右派による難民収容施設への攻撃が今年だけでもすでに200件発生している。/【欧州難民・移民危機】 非EU市民の流入に好意的な意見が大多数はスウェーデンのみ(小林恭子)

ドイツ】独首相の支持率が2012年12月以来の低水準、難民対応に批判|ニューズウィーク日本版

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Germany pledges 6 bn euros for refugees as France vows to take 24,000 - Read:

“I feel good, I am breathing finally.”- Syrian refugee upon arrival in Munich, Germany

Britain, France, Canada offer to take in more refugees as Germany calls for all-EU effort 

Exhausted and relieved: Hundreds of refugees are arriving every hour in Germany. reports now

Migrant crisis: Germany pledges €3 billion more, France will take 24,000 more refugees

BREAKING: Germany to take 31,000 refugees, France 24,000 under EU plan: European source

Germany plans to spend extra €6 billion ($6.7 billion) on refugees next year as influx grows

Bemused refugees get emotional welcome in Germany

This is how a group of Austrians tried to help refugees packed on a train to Germany

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2015年9月 3日 (木)

★ 中国の対日戦勝70周年軍事パレード China in 70 year anniversary of victory in Second World War

★ 中国の対日戦勝70周年軍事パレード

(ただし、中国軍は30万人削減予定)

China in 70 year anniversary of victory in Second World War
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Chinese President Xi announces 300,000 personnel reduction from Chinese army.

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China's parade projects patriotism at home, aims for awe abroad, writes

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One picture is worth a thousand words! Rumor busted!

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: Record number of aircraft; Generals will personally pilot aircraft in the flyby

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China’s parade to start in 1hr, 12,000 troops & missiles to be expected – stay tuned

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Politics › U.N. chief Ban defends China parade trip after Japanese concern: Chinese state news agency Xinhua s...

WWII bomb turns into a school bell in China

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2015年8月26日 (水)

★ 中国の株価暴落、元切り下げで、世界市場から5兆ドルが消失 More than $5 trillion has been erased from the value of global equities due to China

★ 中国の株価暴落、元切り下げで、世界市場から5兆ドルが消失


More than $5 trillion has been erased from the value of global equities due to China
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More than $5 trillion has been erased from the value of global equities since China devalued the yuan on Aug. 11

The 400 richest people in the world lost about $124 billion during China's stock market drop:

Shanghai stocks swung between gains and losses on Wednesday, despite the rate cut in China.

 

If companies that depend on Chinese business were hit hardest by the stock-market drop, why did Apple fare so well?

 

Turmoil in China's stock market continues to pummel the troubled auto sector

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Stocks rebound after China acts, and more of today’s top stories.

U.S. stocks show signs of recovering after China moves to support its economy

Beijing residents hope China Dream remains on track

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Asia's richest man lost $13 billion during China's stock market crash. Will he make it back?

 

China's richest man, Wang Jianlin, loses $3.6 billion in a single day

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Asia's richest man Wang Jianlin heads list of big losers in China crash

China stock market crash: how much money has been lost?

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2015年8月22日 (土)

★ 宣伝スピーカー問題で、韓国と北朝鮮が戦争準備 South Korea's loudspeakers leading to a crisis between North and South Korea

★ 宣伝スピーカー問題で、韓国と北朝鮮が戦争準備

South Korea's loudspeakers leading to a crisis between North and South Korea
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South Korea orders evacuation of residents from border area after exchange of fire with North Korea, reports say

Photo published for South Korea evacuation after shelling on western border - BBC News

North Korea's U.N. ambassador threatens "inevitable," "very strong" military action:

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South Korea, US fly 8 combat jets in show of force against North Korea, South Korean military says -

North Korea: Kim Jong-un Tells Soldiers To Prepare For War

North Korea: We are ‘prepared to risk war’

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These loudspeakers are causing trouble between North and South Korea.

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2015年8月14日 (金)

★ 安倍首相の戦後70年の談話 -  英訳 Statement by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan

★ 安倍首相の戦後70年の談話 -  英訳

Statement by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan AUG. 14, 2015

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Shinzo Abe’s choice of words in an anniversary speech on WWII later today could affect Japan’s relations with China.

How does Abe's speech compare to past official apologies by his predecessors? A comparison:

Japan WW2: PM Shinzo Abe expresses ‘profound grief’ via /r/China

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Japan’s Leader Apologizes for ‘Damage and Suffering’ Inflicted During WW2

Full text: Speech by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan marking the 70th anniversary of World War II

安倍首相の戦後70年の談話 -  英訳

Statement by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan AUG. 14, 2015 On the 70th anniversary of the end of the war, we must calmly reflect upon the road to war, the path we have taken since it ended, and the era of the 20th century. We must learn from the lessons of history the wisdom for our future. More than one hundred years ago, vast colonies possessed mainly by the Western powers stretched out across the world. With their overwhelming supremacy in technology, waves of colonial rule surged toward Asia in the 19th century. There is no doubt that the resultant sense of crisis drove Japan forward to achieve modernization. Japan built a constitutional government earlier than any other nation in Asia. The country preserved its independence throughout. The Japan-Russia War gave encouragement to many people under colonial rule from Asia to Africa. After World War I, which embroiled the world, the movement for self- determination gained momentum and put brakes on colonization that had been underway. It was a horrible war that claimed as many as ten million lives. With a strong desire for peace stirred in them, people founded the League of Nations and brought forth the General Treaty for Renunciation of War. There emerged in the international community a new tide of outlawing war itself. At the beginning, Japan, too, kept steps with other nations. However, with the Great Depression setting in and the Western countries launching economic blocs by involving colonial economies, Japan’s economy suffered a major blow. In such circumstances, Japan’s sense of isolation deepened and it attempted to overcome its diplomatic and economic deadlock through the use of force. Its domestic political system could not serve as a brake to stop such attempts. In this way, Japan lost sight of the overall trends in the world. With the Manchurian Incident, followed by the withdrawal from the League of Nations, Japan gradually transformed itself into a challenger to the new international order that the international community sought to establish after tremendous sacrifices. Japan took the wrong course and advanced along the road to war. And, seventy years ago, Japan was defeated. On the 70th anniversary of the end of the war, I bow my head deeply before the souls of all those who perished both at home and abroad. I express my feelings of profound grief and my eternal, sincere condolences. More than three million of our compatriots lost their lives during the war: on the battlefields worrying about the future of their homeland and wishing for the happiness of their families; in remote foreign countries after the war, in extreme cold or heat, suffering from starvation and disease. The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the air raids on Tokyo and other cities, and the ground battles in Okinawa, among others, took a heavy toll among ordinary citizens without mercy. Also in countries that fought against Japan, countless lives were lost among young people with promising futures. In China, Southeast Asia, the Pacific islands and elsewhere that became the battlefields, numerous innocent citizens suffered and fell victim to battles as well as hardships such as severe deprivation of food. We must never forget that there were women behind the battlefields whose honour and dignity were severely injured. Advertisement Continue reading the main story Upon the innocent people did our country inflict immeasurable damage and suffering. History is harsh. What is done cannot be undone. Each and every one of them had his or her life, dream, and beloved family. When I squarely contemplate this obvious fact, even now, I find myself speechless and my heart is rent with the utmost grief. The peace we enjoy today exists only upon such precious sacrifices. And therein lies the origin of postwar Japan. We must never again repeat the devastation of war. Incident, aggression, war — we shall never again resort to any form of the threat or use of force as a means of settling international disputes. We shall abandon colonial rule forever and respect the right of self- determination of all peoples throughout the world. With deep repentance for the war, Japan made that pledge. Upon it, we have created a free and democratic country, abided by the rule of law, and consistently upheld that pledge never to wage a war again. While taking silent pride in the path we have walked as a peace-loving nation for as long as seventy years, we remain determined never to deviate from this steadfast course. Japan has repeatedly expressed the feelings of deep remorse and heartfelt apology for its actions during the war. In order to manifest such feelings through concrete actions, we have engraved in our hearts the histories of suffering of the people in Asia as our neighbours: those in Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia and the Philippines, and Taiwan, the Republic of Korea and China, among others; and we have consistently devoted ourselves to the peace and prosperity of the region since the end of the war. Such position articulated by the previous cabinets will remain unshakable into the future. However, no matter what kind of efforts we may make, the sorrows of those who lost their family members and the painful memories of those who underwent immense sufferings by the destruction of war will never be healed. Thus, we must take to heart the following. The fact that more than six million Japanese repatriates managed to come home safely after the war from various parts of the Asia-Pacific and became the driving force behind Japan’s postwar reconstruction; the fact that nearly three thousand Japanese children left behind in China were able to grow up there and set foot on the soil of their homeland again; and the fact that former POWs of the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia and other nations have visited Japan for many years to continue praying for the souls of the war dead on both sides. How much emotional struggle must have existed and what great efforts must have been necessary for the Chinese people who underwent all the sufferings of the war and for the former POWs who experienced unbearable sufferings caused by the Japanese military in order for them to be so tolerant nevertheless? That is what we must turn our thoughts to reflect upon. Thanks to such manifestation of tolerance, Japan was able to return to the international community in the postwar era. Taking this opportunity of the 70th anniversary of the end of the war, Japan would like to express its heartfelt gratitude to all the nations and all the people who made every effort for reconciliation. In Japan, the postwar generations now exceed eighty per cent of its population. We must not let our children, grandchildren, and even further generations to come, who have nothing to do with that war, be predestined to apologize. Still, even so, we Japanese, across generations, must squarely face the history of the past. We have the responsibility to inherit the past, in all humbleness, and pass it on to the future. Our parents’ and grandparents’ generations were able to survive in a devastated land in sheer poverty after the war. The future they brought about is the one our current generation inherited and the one we will hand down to the next generation. Together with the tireless efforts of our predecessors, this has only been possible through the goodwill and assistance extended to us that transcended hatred by a truly large number of countries, such as the United States, Australia, and European nations, which Japan had fiercely fought against as enemies. We must pass this down from generation to generation into the future. We have the great responsibility to take the lessons of history deeply into our hearts, to carve out a better future, and to make all possible efforts for the peace and prosperity of Asia and the world. We will engrave in our hearts the past, when Japan attempted to break its deadlock with force. Upon this reflection, Japan will continue to firmly uphold the principle that any disputes must be settled peacefully and diplomatically based on the respect for the rule of law and not through the use of force, and to reach out to other countries in the world to do the same. As the only country to have ever suffered the devastation of atomic bombings during war, Japan will fulfil its responsibility in the international community, aiming at the non- proliferation and ultimate abolition of nuclear weapons. We will engrave in our hearts the past, when the dignity and honour of many women were severely injured during wars in the 20th century. Upon this reflection, Japan wishes to be a country always at the side of such women’s injured hearts. Japan will lead the world in making the 21st century an era in which women’s human rights are not infringed upon. We will engrave in our hearts the past, when forming economic blocs made the seeds of conflict thrive. Upon this reflection, Japan will continue to develop a free, fair and open international economic system that will not be influenced by the arbitrary intentions of any nation. We will strengthen assistance for developing countries, and lead the world toward further prosperity. Prosperity is the very foundation for peace. Japan will make even greater efforts to fight against poverty, which also serves as a hotbed of violence, and to provide opportunities for medical services, education, and self-reliance to all the people in the world. We will engrave in our hearts the past, when Japan ended up becoming a challenger to the international order. Upon this reflection, Japan will firmly uphold basic values such as freedom, democracy, and human rights as unyielding values and, by working hand in hand with countries that share such values, hoist the flag of “Proactive Contribution to Peace,” and contribute to the peace and prosperity of the world more than ever before. Heading toward the 80th, the 90th and the centennial anniversary of the end of the war, we are determined to create such a Japan together with the Japanese people. August 14, 2015 Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/15/world/asia/full-text-shinzo-abe-statement-japan-ww2-anniversary.html?smid=tw-nytimesworld&_r=0

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2015年8月12日 (水)

★ 中国の通貨切り下げ Devaluation of Chinese Yuan by 2%

★ 中国の通貨切り下げ


Devaluation of Chinese Yuan by 2%


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速報:中国人民銀行、12日の人民元取引基準値を1ドル=6・3306元と1・6%安に。2日連続大幅切り下げ

マーケットが荒れ模様の中でImfは中国の切り下げウェルカム姿勢なだけに、マーケットは右往左往なのか。どちらにせよドル建て債務を持ち、数年以内に純負債国になるといわれる中国にとって、安はどう影響されてくるのだろう…

Offshore yuan tumbles over 2% after China cuts rates again

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devalues yuan 2 days running, ripple effect sends suppliers reeling

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2% yuan devaluation will not help Chinese exports, likely that yuan will weaken further & put pressure on other Asian currencies: Marc Faber

China has devalued the yuan. Why the big fuss over 2%?

China credit risk hits 2 year highs...

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2015年8月10日 (月)

★ 原油価格の低下、各国の影響 Influences of lower oil prices on the world

★ 原油価格の低下、各国の影響

Influences of lower oil prices on the world

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原油輸入価格、下げ加速 サウジ産が4カ月ぶり安値

サウジが財政悪化に直面 国債発行で穴埋め ロンドン(CNNMoney) サウジアラビアが原油価格の低迷と軍事費の急増により財政赤字に陥っている。アナリストによれば、国債発行と…

GCC countries are on a massive military spending spree despite falling oil prices

OIL PRICES: 08/06 Mexico Basket: $40.77 08/07 NYMEX Natural Gas: $2.79 08/07 ICE BRENT: $48.61 NYMEX WTI: $43.87

Canada, the world’s fifth-largest oil producer, has been hurt by the collapse in prices

Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil exporter, spends 8.3% of its GDP on fuel subsidies

Oil prices near six-year lows on oversupply fears via

Olive oil leads Greek export growth in June, while imports fall

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The Iran Irony: Obama has a plan to help 1 of these nations export to the global market.

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2015年8月 8日 (土)

★ 疑惑の中国のGDP Dubious Chinese GDP

★ 疑惑の中国のGDP

Dubious Chinese GDP
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中国経済崩壊】中国の経済成長率、なんと3%未満だった事が発覚!!!! 2016年には1%台に!!!! 英国調査会社の…

【算出方法は3つあり…】 中国GDP、54兆円水増しか 上期地方合計、国の発表とずれ(SankeiBiz編集部)

今年の中国成長率は2.8%、2016年はわずか1.0%にとどまると予想している ウィキリークスが公開した米外交公電によると李克強氏が遼寧省党委書記を務めていた数年前、中国GDP統計は「人為的」であるため信頼できないと語ったと 実際の成長率は3.2%であることが示唆されている


Statistics Harry Potter: China GDP growth will be 2.8 percent this year, slowing to just 1.0 percent next year...

This is China "GDP": Decaying, empty ghost cities/malls. Complete write-offs, but "GDP" won't be adjusted downward.

State Researcher Expects H215 China GDP To Rise About 7% -- Fin’l News

GRAPH: : China GDP projected to decline w/ shrinking working population

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"Why China will end up like Japan" Japan GDP per capita $37,390 China GDP per capita $12,880 ....Good news everyone!

Using proxies such as electricity use and rail freight, genuine GDP growth probably fell to 4% this year.

Photo published for Capital exodus from China reaches $800bn as crisis deepens


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2015年8月 4日 (火)

★ カリフォルニア州、ロッキー山脈が火災、数千人避難 Rocky Fire rages in northern California

★ カリフォルニア州、ロッキー山脈が火災、数千人避難

Rocky Fire rages in northern California
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米、山火事で1万人超避難 カリフォルニア州、1人死亡

米の山火事上空に撮影試みる無人機、衝突恐れヘリ消火中断: 米カリフォルニア州南部のサンバーナディーノ郡で17日発生し、高速道路にも火勢が達し多数の乗用車などが燃える被害が出た山林火災で、地元の消防当局者... [CNN-jp]

Thousands of people are under evacuation orders in California, where crews are fighting to contain 21 wildfires

Rocky Fire rages in northern California, driving thousands from their homes

Photo published for Rocky Fire rages in northern California, driving thousands from their...

Firefighters battle California blaze: Thousands of people in the US state of California are evacuated as fire ...

Photo published for California fires: Firefighters struggle to contain blaze - BBC News

California Fire Spokesman: Rocky fire has “explosive growth”

Photo published for Wildfire threatens thousands of Californians - CNN Video

2,000 Firefighters on the Front Lines of California’s Rocky Fire. reports:

Two C-130s from join the fight against "Rocky Fire" Always There!

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