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🌎The News of this week.

  • 🌎時事更新火曜更新
  • The NEWS of this week.(Every Mondays Renewal)
  • 【英語学習&生の時事】原則=時事動画・易しい英語と日本語NEWS Video(英語字幕付き・英語学習兼用)

 

 

①From South Korea

  • 【①アリランニュース】
  • S. Korea reports 105 new cases on Saturday; total rises to 9,583
  • 【浜田コメント】2020/3/30- 掲載。
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ARIRANG NEWS
チャンネル登録者数 29.5万人
코로나19 어제 105명, 총9천583명; 정총리 "4월1일부터 모든 입국자 2주간 의무격리"

South Korea continues to report a daily rise in coronavirus cases of about a hundred.
Most of the new cases are cluster transmissions... and people infected while overseas.
Our Kim Bo-kyoung has the latest.
South Korea confirmed another one-hundred-five new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday,... bringing the national total to nine-thousand-five-hundred-83.
That's according to the KCDC, which says the largest portion of new cases was in the capital region,... at 42.
Seoul saw 20 new cases,... most of them from a cluster infection at a church in Guro-gu district.
This church has been holding worship services online since early March,... but people were infected when they went to the church to prepare for those services.
Another 15 were in the surrounding Gyeonggi-do Province and 7 were in Incheon.
The region hardest hit so far Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do Province had 25.
Most of the new cases there are coming from a mental hospital in Daegu.
To prevent these facilities from becoming hot spots of infection,... the city of Daegu has decided to test around 23-hundred patients at 17 mental hospitals starting next week.
Meanwhile, the number of confirmed cases from overseas is steadily rising.
There has been a total of 4-hundred-12 such cases so far, and experts say the number is likely to increase given that COVID-19 is spreading fast worldwide.
In response,... South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said Sunday in a meeting at the Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters that South Korea will toughen its quarantine measures on everyone entering the country.
"As of April 1st,... regardless of region or nationality, South Korea will quarantine all visitors from abroad for two weeks. If they do not have a place to stay in the country, they will be quarantined for two weeks at facilities provided by the South Korean government, and the cost will be borne by the visitor."
He said the expansion of mandatory quarantine is also meant to discourage short-term visitors from coming to Korea unnecessarily.
KIM Bo-kyoung, Arirang News.

#COVID19 #coronavirus #SouthKorea

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②African News

  • 【アフリカ発・関連ニュース】
  • Chaos at Likoni ferry channel as GSU offices descend on commuters
  • 現地ルポ!権力を振りかざすケニアの警官の実態! ~道を歩けば逮捕される、ナイロビ東部の日常~
    https://afri-quest.com/archives/14071
  • 【浜田コメント】(3/22-掲載):。

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    チャンネル登録者数 103万人
    #NTVToday #NTVKenya #NTVNews

    Subscribe to NTV Kenya channel for latest Kenyan news today and everyday. Get the Kenya news updates, discussions and other exciting shows.

    Website: ntv.nation.co.ke || Paper: Daily Nation || Twitter: @ntvkenya || Facebook: NTV Kenya || Instagram: NTV Kenya

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③From USA or UK

  • ③ America or Britain 等発ニュース
  • 【CNN10-英日比較実験】The 2 Trillion Dollar Debate | March 26, 2020
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    CNN 10

    U.S. Lawmakers Consider A $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill; Consumers Worldwide Impact the Toilet Paper Supply Chain; A Tour of a Unique Northern City

    Aired March 26, 2020 - 04:00 ET

    THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.


    CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: A city in Alaska is the second stop in our series of virtual vacations because fewer people are taking actual

    vacations. It`s coming up in just a few. I`m Carl Azuz for CNN 10 and we`re thankful you`re watching. Stimulus is the word in Washington,

    District of Columbia. The U.S. Congress and the White House have joined the Federal Reserve, the country`s central bank, in trying to lessen the

    economic damage from the corona virus pandemic. The big focus here is on a stimulus package, a massive plan of government spending, intended to

    stimulate the U.S. economy. How massive? The Senate deal which is supported by the Trump Administration is worth $2 trillion. Senate

    Majority Leader Mitch McConnell described it as a wartime level of investment for America. Here`s what the money would be spent on.

    $500 billion would be intended to help big companies get through this corona virus pandemic. $350 billion would be in loans for small businesses

    in the hopes it will help them stay in business. $250 billion would be given directly to American taxpayers in the hopes that they`ll spend it but

    those payments would only go to individuals who earn less than $99,000 a year or couples who earn less than $198,000 a year. Hundreds of billions

    more would go to help hospitals, Americans who`ve lost their jobs and state and local governments.

    The agreement would still have to be passed by the U.S. House of Representatives before it goes to President Donald Trump`s desk for

    signature. So the bill is not finalized and it`s not clear how long that will take. But the news of it was welcomed on Wall Street. After setting

    several records for single day point losses in recent weeks, the Dow Jones Industrial Average of 30 important stocks set a new record on Tuesday for

    its biggest ever single point gain. Will all this shorten an expected recession?

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    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: So what`s the difference between a recession and a depression? It comes down to how long the economy contracts. A recession

    is typically defined as two negative quarters of economic growth and is part of the normal business cycle. The U.S. economy has fallen into

    recession more than 30 times since 1854. A depression is something vastly different. It happens when the economic decline is sustained and might

    potentially go on for years. That`s only occurred once in American history in 1929 and it lasted 10 years. Because it lasts so long, a depression is

    more severe. A decade ago unemployment hit 10 percent during the worst of the "Great Recession" but during the "Great Depression" the jobless rate

    peaked at nearly 25 percent.

    The reason economists are so worried this time, we just don`t know how long we`ll be fighting this virus. We don`t know how long stores will be shut

    down, how long travel will be paused, how much damage will be done to supply chains or how many companies will go bankrupt. But there is hope if

    you look to history. The recession that followed the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic lasted just seven months. That`s much shorter than the average

    recession. Let`s hope this time history repeats.

    (END VIDEO CLIP)

    (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: As corona virus spreads, people across the country are stocking up on essentials and one essential in particular, toilet

    paper. It sold out in stores across the world and has become the ultimate symbol of panic buy. There was even a toilet paper robbery in Hong Kong.

    There are consumer fears of toilet paper running out grounded in reality? Not really. Let`s start at the beginning. Toilet paper is made mostly from

    tree pulp sourced from the U.S. and Canada. The pulp is turned into large rolls of paper called parent rolls, which in turn are used to make a

    variety of paper products.

    For paper manufacturers who run on fixed capacity, it`s hard to increase production quickly. One thing they can do is to switch from making a less

    in demand product like paper towels to more toilet paper. But most people are not using toilet paper any more than normal. The average American uses

    between half a roll to just over one roll a week. Let`s assume that demand normally remains constant throughout the year.

    That means people are stockpiling and when the panic buying stops sales could fall as people go through their stashes. Many industries like

    electronics and pharmaceuticals have complicated global supply chains, facing issues with materials, production and shipping because of the corona

    virus. The toilet paper industry with its comparatively simple supply chain, should be able to weather the virus more than most.

    (END VIDEO CLIP)

    AZUZ: 10 Second Trivia. Which of these cities is located the farthest south? Nome, Alaska, Juno, Alaska, Helsinki, Finland or Reykjavik,

    Iceland. Of these cities, the Alaskan capital of Juno is located the farthest south.

    But it`s still far enough north that during the summer the sun rises before 4 o`clock a.m. and sets after 10 o`clock p.m. It is the northern most U.S.

    capital city. It`s also the biggest U.S. capital in terms of land area. So with all that extra space and all that extra daylight, don`t "Juno"

    we`re taking a tour of Juno as part of our new partnership with CNN Travel. Here`s a look at a city named for one of the men who discovered gold there

    in the 1880s.

    (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

    HOLLY FIRFER, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Nestled along Alaska`s inside passage, the capital city of Juno sits as the gateway to the last frontier.

    Accessible only by boat or plane, this city of 30,000 offers visitors the distinctive opportunities of a major city and the remote wilderness.

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Among all the destinations in Alaska, Juno is really unique because the reasons people want to come to Alaska to see wildlife

    and wilderness and glaciers and mountains are found right here in our little community. And everything is really close by.

    FIRFER: In Juno, the pristine wilderness is the main attraction. There are dozens of ways for visitors to get out and enjoy all of the natural

    resources surrounding the area.

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: There`s opportunities to do just about anything outdoors. Whale watching is one of our most popular activities. Juno has

    one of the most fantastic humpback whale watching opportunities in the state. Hiking, biking, kayaking, all of these things are opportunities to

    interact with the wilderness which is what we love to do here in Juno.

    FIRFER: Juno is situated in the Tongass National Forest which dominates the surrounding landscape.

    UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You know, the Tongass National Forest is the worlds largest remaining temperate rainforest. And with that environment, even

    though it`s spread out over a huge area there`s some really unique elements here that are very accessible in the city of Juno.

    FIRFER: The proximity of the forest means visitors can trek on glaciers, experience wildlife up close and even do a little mountain climbing. But

    don`t pull out the ropes and harnesses just yet. The Mount Roberts Tramway in downtown Juno can whisk you up to the top of the mountain without

    breaking a sweat.

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: One of the great aspects of Juno is our mountains. We`re surrounded by mountains. So the tram was built and it is a really

    wonderful scenic way for people to get up into the mountains and nearby and have incredible views of the area that surrounds Juno.

    FIRFER: If you`re not the outdoor type, Juno still has plenty to offer. The city has lots of shopping and a vibrant art scene that can trace its

    heritage back centuries.

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Part of the uniqueness of Juno`s history is that the native culture, the Tlingit Indians, had a beautiful arts culture and they

    still have that today and they`re developing it. And I think it inspired a lot of other artists to start looking at how to incorporate the really

    beautiful natural resources around Alaska into their art. So you`ll see a lot of really beautiful art, carvings, silver, wood and I think a lot of

    the natural resources of Juno is what inspires our local artists.

    FIRFER: The spirit of the city comes from the surrounding wilderness but the charm of Juno lies in its people.

    UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Now you`ll see a lot of stores here that are owned by families who have deep roots in Juno. Their families came here with the

    original founder families and they`re connected. And people get very attached to Juno and they support one another and it makes it - - creates a

    really nice friendly environment.

    FIRFER: For CNN, I`m Holly Firfer.

    (END VIDEO CLIP)

    AZUZ: Before we skip out, we`re skipping stones. The Guinness World Record for the most skips with a rock is 88 but it helps if the water is

    calm and smooth. It wasn`t on the shores of Lake Michigan when this competition was recorded last summer and a new record wasn`t set. But a

    man did manage to skip a stone across the choppy surface 20 times and for that he received some goblets from the Mackinac Island Grand Hotel stuffed

    with $200.

    Now that`s something to "marble" at. The "skipper`s" definitely worth his "basalt". He started with a clean "slate", took nothing for "granite", got

    ready for a "feldsparing" match, utterly "pumiced" the competition. Hey listen, skipping stones is hard. It`s no wonder the winner is a

    "rock"star. Is it any coincidence that the Skippers are the mascot of North Kingstown High School. Either way, you guys totally rock in North

    Kingstown, Rhode Island. I`m Carl Azuz for CNN.

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  • Carl Azuz
    @CarlAzuzCNN
    https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/carl-azuz
  • 下記の写真をクリックで映像。Googleサイトの使用時は①②も①映像の字幕も英日両方。②解説も英日…等数十カ国切り替え可能。③内容のTrascript(写し)を下記オレンジ枠に(▼クリックでオープン)▽ 他サイトでは映像・英字幕・英語解説。 Twitter掲載し→私のHPの時事更新に転用実験兼用

 

 

From United Nations

  • ④国連ニュース
  • GUN launches $2 billion response to coronavirus
  • 【浜田隆政コメント】クリック→国連一週間のNEWS
  • (2020/3/14-3/24頃掲載)

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  • 【YouTube掲載項目】
    .United Nations
    チャンネル登録者数 65.8万人

    The UN launched a $2 billion humanitarian response plan to fight the coronavirus. At a virtual press conference, UN Secretary-General António Guterres was joined by Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock, World Health Organization Director - General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore to urge global solidarity in fighting the pandemic. The plan will fund a coordinated global humanitarian response to fight COVID - 19 in some of the world’s most vulnerable countries in a bid to protect millions of people and stop the virus from circling back around the globe.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5yl6B84djc&t=9s
  • (国連News)https://news.un.org/en/audio-product/
    news-brief

 



Feature articles

  • ⑤【中国orロシア発・関連News】
  • China's coronavirus fight: Will it affect world economy?
  • 【浜田隆政comment】。
  • 3/29~3/

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  • 【YouTube記載項目】
    New China TV
    チャンネル登録者数 78.2万人
    China is gearing up to restore industrial production amid the #coronavirus outbreak, which experts say injects confidence into the outlook of the world's second largest economy. #FightVirus

    (Note: Standups in this video were filmed with a green screen.)
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  • (次回検討)Chinese democracy in the eyes of an American
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUxbZ07q7j0

  • 【YouTube解説】
    New China TV
    チャンネル登録者数 66.4万人
    70 years in 5 minutes: Chinese democracy in the eyes of an American. #TwoSessions



 

Feature articles

  • 【⑥特集―今週の👀】・森友~桜まで
  • 【森友・職員自殺】【森友学園・すべて佐川局長の指示⑥】 ①久米宏さん 今週も相澤さんの記事を朗読 ②相澤冬樹さん 1.赤木さんの奥さんが公表するまで 2.赤木さんは犯罪の意識があった 3.国鉄から財務省に
  • 【浜田隆政comment】(2020/03/29)、
  • 再度、森友事件から検証中。
    数週間前に予定していたコンテンツ

    ①籠池氏がもし安倍晋三氏といつまでも仲良ければ安倍氏は大変であった。両者の対立は救い船という側面。
    ②籠池氏が途中から誰かに通常以上に陥れられたことからの対立という解釈。
  • 【#森友】#安倍首相 に調査求め #ネット署名
    📢署名等問合せ先

    http://chng.it/yBNFhJG97G

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  • 【YouTubeコメント】
    野菜デモラジオ役立ち情報局
    チャンネル登録者数 1.02万人
    【賛同しました】私の夫、赤木俊夫がなぜ自死に追い込まれたのか。有識者によって構成される第三者委員会を立ち上げ、公正中立な調査を実施して下さい! http://chng.it/CqwzPGJ2Jk

    以下のキャンペーンに賛同をお願いします!「衆議院議長: 【森友問題】佐川宣寿氏の国会証人喚問をもう一度やってください」 http://chng.it/tBRcW2jN @change_jpさんから

    【リスト】森友学園・すべて佐川局長の指示だった
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...
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  • 【浜田隆政コメント】森友学園問題をもう一度振り返る。ちなみに、私が初めて同校の名を聞いたのが、この学校の教育が教育基本法、学校教育法に照らしてどうなのかと言った噂であった。ところが、少し目を離すと、いつの間にか、籠池泰典氏が安倍晋三氏と対立?という。超多忙の私はその間の事情を知らぬため、一度、過去をYouTubeから振り返ろう。

     なお、百万円…、で小泉純一郎氏であったか「写真で百万円を貰(もら)った人がいる…」とふと私に言ったことがあった。私は「君は家に五重塔を建てたのか」と同じくらいチンプンカンプンで無視というより、意味不明であった。まさか、私を指して。馬鹿馬鹿しい、本年の内に写真関連も含めて情報公開を一部開始するが、全くもらったことは一切ない。何故(なぜ)、チンプンカンプンか、全くのデマのため、意味不明であった。かすりもしない。火のない所に煙り立つではなく、非のない所に煙り立つである。同時に、万一、誰がデマを飛ばしたかも突き止めねばならぬ。罪名は名誉毀損・誣告(ぶこく)罪。該当者は犯罪行為をしたとなる

    ともかく、超多忙で無視に近い状態であったため、今回から森友学園問題を最初か検証しよう。なお、今回掲載の動画については党派中立の私はノーコメントであるが、最初の噂(うわさ)を聞いた頃は、土地や百万円問題ではなく、教育内容自体が問われていた頃だったため、そこから開始し、数週間に亘(わた)り関連動画を掲載する。
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  • (後日特集用コメント)拉致問題関連
    【浜田隆政コメント】私の人生の35年に亘る事実上監禁生活を振り返ると、拉致問題は他人事ではなく、本年度中に完全決着をつけるべきと考え、特集中

 

Feature articles

  • 【⑦特集―今週の👀】
  • TBS NEWS | サンデーモーニング 2020年3月29日
  • 【浜田隆政コメント】リンク切れ時は類似コンテンツ掲載を検討。リンク切れで置換え2020/03/31 13:39

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  • 【Youtubeコメント】

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◆Public entertainment

  • ⑧【特集―ETC:生きる】
  • 「ねむの木学園」設立 宮城まり子さん死去
  • (下側)ガード下の靴磨き
  • ※【浜田隆政コメント】(3/29- / )

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  • 【Youtube記載項目】
    SBSnews6
    チャンネル登録者数 2.23万人
    障害がある子供たちの教育や福祉にその半生を捧げました。体の不自由な子どもたちのための施設「ねむの木学園」を設立した、歌手で俳優の宮城まり子さんが亡くなりました。93歳でした。
     ねむの木学園職員・梅津健一さん「(Q、最後に交わされた言葉は?)とにかく子どもたちのことをしっかり守ってほしいと申していました」
     宮城まり子さんは1927年、東京で生まれ、歌手や俳優として活躍しました。舞台で、脳性麻痺の子どもの役を演じたことをきっかけに、障害のある子どもの教育と生活の場を自分で建てようと決意。1968年、日本で初めての肢体不自由児養護施設「ねむの木学園」を旧浜岡町に設立しました。豊かな人間性を育てるために、音楽や絵画、工芸などを教育に取り入れました。
     宮城まり子さん「人間がちゃんと暮らして、いろいろな能力を出すことができて、幸せに暮らすことができるのが福祉なら、福祉は文化であり教育であると思うんですね。『障害を持つ子』と言われるうちの子どもが、人よりも感動させることができるということを見せた方がいいと思う」
     ねむの木学園は1999年、掛川市に移転し、美術館なども備える「ねむの木村」が完成しました。「ねむの木学園」によりますと、宮城さんは2月初めに体調を崩して掛川市内の総合病院に入院しました。都内の病院に移りましたが、ちょうど満93歳の誕生日だった3月21日の朝、悪性リンパ腫で亡くなりました。
     宮城さんは、上皇后さまと親交が深かったことでも知られ、上皇さま・上皇后さまは、2018年設立50周年を迎えた「ねむの木学園」を訪れていました。
     宮城さん「うれしい〜」
     上皇さま、上皇后さまは、宮内庁を通じてねむの木学園に弔意を伝えられたということです。
     松井三郎掛川市長「宮城まり子さんは100歳まで生きて、生涯福祉に尽力してくれると信じていた。大変残念、心からご冥福を祈りたい」
     川勝平太知事「きれいな心をしている人はいるが、それを形にして、献身して、一生かけた人はいない。マザーテレサに匹敵する、日本が生んだ素晴らしい女性」
     葬儀を兼ねた「いってらっしゃいの会」が3月27日に、入所者の子どもたちと教職員のみで営まれ、28日から、一般向けの献花台が「ねむの木村」に設けられます
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  • 【公民権運動】Rep. John Lewis, Civil Rights Icon, on the Struggle to Win–and Now Protect–Voting Rights in U.S.
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