265 students from Japanese high school are absent from school, suspected of being infected with Norovirus

Chinanews.com, February 11th According to a report on the 11th of Japan’s New Overseas Chinese News Network, 265 students from a high school in Saitama Prefecture, Japan, have diarrhea and other symptoms absent. There are 3 students and 1 teacher suspected of being infected with “Noro” virus. At present, the related health centers in Saitama Prefecture are investigating the reasons.

On February 10, the Saitama Prefecture Board of Education issued a statement saying that a total of 265 students in grades 1 and 2 of the Jersey City High School of Toze City were absent from school due to symptoms such as diarrhea and vomiting. The school started the day and closed the school for two days. Currently, there are no inpatients. Three students and one teacher were suspected of being infected with “Noro” virus. The county’s Sayama Health Center is investigating the reasons.

The Saitama Prefectural Education Committee said that on February 7, the Jersey High School held a marathon conference in the park in Tokorozawa. A total of 652 students in grades 1 and 2 participated. The school distributed apple juice to paper bags for students. In addition to juice, students do not have food that they eat together.

On February 9th, 17 members of the school’s music department experienced symptoms such as diarrhea and absent social activities. One of them was diagnosed with a suspected infection <; Noro & rdquo; virus.

On February 10, a total of 172 students were absent from school due to diarrhea and vomiting. 93 people were absent from work due to symptoms such as fever, cold, and physical discomfort.

It is reported that Norovirus is a virus that causes non-bacterial acute gastroenteritis. Clinical manifestations are frequent symptoms such as sudden onset, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps and headaches, and the general population density is high. In places with poor sanitation, the virus is spread by feces, saliva, etc., and people who eat contaminated mites can also be infected. As of 2013, there are no specific antiviral drugs, mainly symptomatic or supportive treatment. Recently, “Noro” has become popular in Japan.

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang

US officials say they are worried about an explosion outside the Sochi security zone

Local Time 2 On the 7th, the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics was held in the Sochi Olympic Park. Two Russian sports stars & mdash; & mdash; Irina and Trekiac co-ignited the torch tower of the Sochi Winter Olympics. China News Service issued Liu Guanguan photo

China News Service on February 10, according to the US “Wall Street Journal” reported on the 10th, US officials warned that the Russian Olympic Games in Sochi, which is holding a bomb attack The possibility of an event is high.

In the talk show on Sunday (9th), the US lawmakers interviewed did not talk too much about the Olympic medals and the wonderful performances in the skating skiing project. They are more worried about the safety issue and think that Attacks may occur outside the safe area established in Sochi.

The report believes that security has always been a big problem for the Sochi Winter Olympics. Terrorist organizations have threatened to carry out attacks and disrupt the Winter Olympics. But intelligence officials say the more likely to be attacked are so-called soft targets outside of Sochi, which do not have much security defenses.

In addition, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Texas Republican Michael McCaul, also issued a more worrying warning that the local bombings in Sochi The possibility is high, but he believes that the most likely location is in the Sochi safe area and outside the Olympic Village.

US House Intelligence Committee, Michigan Republican Mike · Mike Rogers said in the ABC’s This Week show that the so-called “Black” The widow’s suicide bomber poses a greater threat because the organization does not have to launch a major attack on the Winter Olympics, but will be content to attract considerable attention outside the Winter Olympics. Attack. The Russian authorities have warned that “black widows” may launch attacks. “Black Widow” is a terrorist organization composed of the widows of the Chechen rebels.

Rogers said, “Black widows” can do just to create destructive events somewhere, which I think makes them more dangerous than those that have to be done at important locations. Organization is more dangerous.

He said that this threat was revealed in Dagestan last week and that local security forces launched an operation to search for suspicious individuals.

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang

Putin intends to visit Japan this autumn. Japanese media said that it is impossible to make concessions in the territory.

According to Xinhua News Agency, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on the 8th that Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to visit Japan this fall. Abe hopes that the two countries will resolve the issue of the four northern islands (Russia called the South Kuril Islands) with disputes as soon as possible.

Abe and Putin met in Sochi, Russia on the same day. Abe then said at a press conference that Japan and Russia “must solve the problem of the four northern islands as soon as possible and conclude a peace treaty”, which should not be left to the next generation.

Abe did not specify the date of Putin’s visit. The Russian Interfax news agency quoted a Putin spokesperson as saying that the visit may be in October or November.

Japan’s Asahi Shimbun said on the 9th that Abe believes that to resolve the issue of the northern territories, it is necessary to enhance trust between leaders. Therefore, he hopes that Putin will make a decision on this issue, but Putin made a decision on the territory. The possibility of concessions is minimal.

Putin visited Japan in 2005 and 2009 as the Russian President and Prime Minister respectively. Abe’s visit to Russia in April 2013 was the first official visit of the Japanese Prime Minister to Russia in 10 years.

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang

National Bank of Tajikistan issues Sochi Winter Olympics commemorative coins

Original title: National Bank of Tajikistan issues Sochi Winter Olympics commemorative coin

Xinhuanet Dushanbe February 10 (Reporter Wang Feng) The National Bank of Tajikistan issued a set of five commemorative coins on the 10th, three of which were specially designed for the 22nd Sochi Winter Olympics. On the one side of the commemorative coin, there are three sports items: “ski jumping”, “swing obstacle” and “ski shooting”. The other two are designed to commemorate two historical sites in Tajikistan. They are the 5,500-year-old Salaz mother site and the 3,000-year-old Gisar site.

The Salazar site is the first ancient site in Tajik to be listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

According to the National Bank of Tajikistan, all five commemorative coins are cast in sterling silver, ranging from 50 to 100 somoni (equivalent to around 60 to 120 yuan). This commemorative coin is made by the famous German Mint  Mayer Mint".

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang

“Explosive mouth” has to think twice Australia will be fined 500 Australian dollars for swearing

China News Service, February 9th, according to Singapore’s “Lianhe Zaobao” report, in public places to think twice, Australia’s New South Wales has announced that the fines in public places will face the original fine of 150 Australian dollars ( It is increased to 500 Australian dollars (about 570 Singapore dollars) for about 170 Singapore dollars. However, the authorities did not expressly stipulate which terms are subject to fines.

According to reports, since 2007, NSW has banned people from swearing in public. However, NSW is not the only state to do this. Victoria has a fine of $240 for publicly insulting people and $100 for Queensland.

Newport Police Association President Weber said that the police welcomed the higher fines, but admitted that it is not easy to decide which terms to offend. He revealed that in general, the use of regular F or C words in schools, major streets or parks would result in fines.

However, the new fines system in NSW has also caused opposition from some people. Lawyer Sanders pointed out that some swearing words are the mantras that people are used to every day. She said: “The police themselves sometimes swear, and many people in the community will … … we believe that this penalty should be completely abolished, and the increase in fines will not prevent people from continuing to do so. ”

Responsible Editor: Fang Fang

17 substations in Silicon Valley, USA, will be subject to massive terrorist attacks

China News Service, February 9th According to Hong Kong’s “Wen Wei Po” reported on the 9th, 17 substations in the US Silicon Valley were hit by sniper snipers in the last April, causing power supply to be greatly affected, almost causing a total blackout. The then Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Wellinghof pointed out that the incident was a rehearsal of terrorists before launching a larger attack and urged the authorities to strengthen the security of the substation as soon as possible.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) responded the day before that the current investigation revealed that the incident was only criminally ruined. However, Velinhof emphasized that the snipers who committed the crimes were well trained and believed that there was more than one person, apparently an organized terrorist. He asked the authorities to change the wire mesh around the substation into a sealed fence and install lighting and video recording equipment outside the power station.

At midnight on April 16 last year, unidentified gunmen opened nearly 150 guns to 17 Pacific Power Company (PG&E) substations in Silicon Valley in 20 minutes. It took a few weeks to fully fix it. PG&E later said that it has improved the grid design, enabling staff to schedule power transmissions to bypass damaged facilities and ensure that power is normal after an emergency.

Responsible Editor: Fang Fang

The Saudi man’s ear has a small copy of 20 years. He wanted to leave it to his children.

According to Arab media reports on February 9, a copy of the exam used in the cheat sheet was hidden in the ear of a man in Saudi Arabia for nearly 20 years until the man’s ear was inflamed and painful.

The man said that the cheating note had helped him successfully pass the high school graduation exam and entered the university. “Cheat sheet” after the use, the man had taken it out of his ear, but he finally decided to hide the note in his ear as a commemoration, in order to show his sons later, to warn They don’t want to make mistakes they have made.

After graduating from college, the man got married and had children, and gradually forgot about it. Until recently, his ears began to suffer from severe pain, so he went to the hospital. The doctor has taken out this “small copy” for nearly 20 years from his ear.

Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan

Being detained by Americans, they said that their weights are falling rapidly, worrying about their health.

The Americans who are being detained are weighing their weight and are worried about their health

Data Map: American Jun Junhao, who was detained by North Korea.

China News Service, February 10, according to US media reports on the 10th, the Americans who were detained by North Korea, Jun Junhao, said that after being transferred from the hospital to the labor camp, he had some health problems. Worried.

On the 7th of this month, Yan Junhao had a conversation with a Swedish diplomat and videotaped the conversation. In the video, Yan Junhao said that if he still needs to stay in North Korea in the next few months, he is likely to be admitted again.

The North Korean newspaper published this video. In the video, Jun Junhao told Swedish diplomats that in the weeks he moved to the labor camp, he thought his weight had dropped by 10 pounds ( About 4.5 kg).

In the video, Yan Junhao also expressed the hope that North Korea could allow a US special envoy to come to discuss his situation.

However, before the foreign media reported that North Korea withdrew its invitation to the US special envoy to visit North Korea to discuss the release of the detained American Jun Junhao, the US State Department expressed “deep disappointment”.

In early November 2012, Korean-Americans Jun Junhao was arrested after entering North Korea as a guide. In April 2013, Yan Junhao was sentenced to 15 years of reeducation through the North Korean Supreme Referee.

In October 2013, Yan Junhao entered the hospital for treatment due to his poor health. In January of this year, Yan Junhao held a press conference in the North Korean capital Pyongyang, acknowledging that he was not detained by North Korea for no reason and committed “serious crimes” against North Korea. He also said that he hopes to be released soon.

裴俊浩 also mentioned that during the DPRK, “the North Korean government did not have any inappropriate human rights practices and gave me a lot of humanitarian assistance”. He said that he has been receiving humanitarian treatment for five months in the hospital.

Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan

Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency reach an agreement to clarify the nuclear project

China News Service, February 10, according to foreign media reports, the Iranian government and the International Atomic Energy Agency reached an agreement after two days of talks, will implement seven specific cooperation measures, including the provision of information on the development of detonators And will work with the IAEA to clarify questions about its nuclear program.

According to reports, these seven specific cooperation measures need to be implemented before May 15.

Media analysts believe that it may be important to publish information about the development of detonators, as this is related to Iran’s suspected research on nuclear weapons. The International Atomic Energy Agency is investigating whether the Iranian nuclear program has a military purpose, and the Iranian side has denied this claim.

The Iranian side stated that the country’s nuclear program is for peaceful purposes and that Iran is now willing to cooperate with the IAEA to clarify many questions.

The Deputy Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Valjolanta, and the Iranian General Representative of the Agency, Najafi, issued a statement saying that Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency will implement seven specific cooperation measures by May 15. To further implement the road map reached by the two sides last November.

The statement said that the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Amano, will report the relevant details to the institutional council.

According to reports, Iran stopped high-concentration uranium enrichment activities on January 20, and the United States and the European Union lifted some economic sanctions against the former in accordance with the Geneva agreement.

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang

Abe will present the founding of the founding of the country, the first time the Prime Minister (picture)

Original title: Abe will present the founding of the founding of the country for the first time as a prime minister

Original title: Abe will publish the first day of the founding of the country to cultivate “The patriotic sentiment”

February 10, according to the Japan News Network, February 11 is Japan’s “Foundation Day”, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will make a speech, “to cultivate national patriotism”. According to the report, this will be the first time that Japanese Prime Ministers have spoken for the “National Day”.

According to reports, according to the Japanese history book “Japanese Book Ji”, “Japan” was established on February 11, 666 BC, and was founded by Emperor Shenwu. Therefore, Japan first formulated this one in 1872, “the anniversary of the founding of the country”.

Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yi Yiwei said in a press conference on the 10th that Abe will make a speech on the 11th. Yan Yiguan said that the purpose of Abe’s speech was to carry out the “national commemoration of the founding of the nation and the patriotism of the nation”, and set up the purpose and bless the country as an important day.

Does the move by Prime Minister Abe’s move to the reporter show the right-wing of the regime? ” Question, Yan Yiwei retorted: “On the anniversary of the establishment of the purpose of the speech, is it right-wing?” I think that people with this kind of thinking have problems with their brains. ”

According to the Japan News Network, according to the information disclosed in advance, Abe’s conversation will have the following main contents: “When we look back at the road our country has traveled so far, we I would like to thank the efforts of our ancestors and pray for the prosperity of Japan for a confident and proud future. ”

Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang