Kill a Married Man, Woman in Tokyo Dibui 12 Years




Tokyo
The Tokyo court sentenced Seikin Okuma, a 34-year-old woman, to 12 years in prison (bui). This is because Okuma has killed his lover who is also the husband of people.

Reported from Japan Today, Sunday (21/1/2018), Okuma has been proven to kill Kazumasa Kurobe (45), married man who is his own lover.

Fuji TV reported Okuma killed Kurobe in the apartment they shared together in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. Both are known to have lived together for 2 years.

Okuma is known to stab Kurobe on August 10, 2017 and around 00.15 local time. Okuma then telephoned 110 emergency services and reported he had stabbed Kurobe.

Upon arriving at the apartment, Police found Kurobe lying on the floor with a stab wound to his chest. Kurobe was immediately rushed to the hospital but was declared dead an hour later.

Okuma's lawyer said in court Okuma and Kurobe had a fight after Kurobe said he would travel with his wife. Okuma mentioned losing his temper and stabbing him with a kitchen knife. It's just that lawyers denied his client had planned his previous murder.

(rna / zak)

Chinese Woman It's Halangi Departure Fast Train By Husband





Beijing
 A woman in Anhui, China is desperate to block the departure of the fast train series by standing at the door of the car so as not to be closed. This is done to give time to her husband who was late to ride the train.

Reported by local media Xin'an Evening News as reported by Channel News Asia Wednesday (10/1/2018), a woman named Luo Haili is with her husband and daughter too late to ride Hefei fast train route to Guangzhou. They were late because they had previously gone to another station.

Other local media, South China Morning Post [SCM]called Luo and his daughter into the car just as the train was leaving. But her husband was stuck at the ticket checking door.

In a video uploaded to local social media, a woman stands right in the middle of the train door to keep the door shut. When the local station officer asked him to get off the train, the woman refused and remained standing in the middle of the door.

"My husband is at the checkpoint of the ticket and I will get out as soon as he comes," the woman told the station officials pulling her off the train.

The woman's action refuses to get off the train for 5 minutes. At one point, the woman was pulled out of the train car to the platform. But he managed to get up and again hold the door so as not to close.

SCMP reported Luo was finally allowed to ride the train with her husband and daughter. But other local Chinese media called Luo and his family pulled out of the train. Apart from that, the train train to Guangzhou was delayed by his departure a few minutes due to the incident.

In an interview with Shanghai Morning Post Luo argued his son had business in another city so that he and her husband were in a hurry to ride train. According to Luo, there is only one train to Guangzho on that day, if it fails to rise, they have to wait the next day.

Reported by SCMP, Luo who is an elementary school teacher in Hefei has been disabled from his job, related to the incident.

Meanwhile, according to XinhuaNet Luo is under penalty of up to 2,000 yuan (Rp4 million) for blocking rail operations. If the incident is more severe, Luo can also be sentenced to 10 days or more severe punishment.

(nvc / ita)

Obama, Clinton Survived as the Most Admired Man and Woman in the World

Former US President Barack Obama and former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton remain the most admired men and women by Americans, according to Gallup's new survey.

The survey results show Obama and Clinton have maintained their status they hold for the past 10 years, but by a margin that is not too far ahead of the previous years survey.

Seventeen percent of people surveyed say Obama is the most admired man in the world, compared with 14 percent of people choosing President Donald Trump who occupies second position.

Clinton, who is also former Foreign Minister, succeeded in shifting former first lady Michelle Obama, with 9 percent, while Michelle scored 7 percent.

This is 16 consecutive years of survey results which shows Clinton as the most admired woman.

Clinton has been dubbed this status 22 times, more b more than anyone else, followed by former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt who was elected for 13 times.

Obama earned this title ten times, under former President Dwight Eisenhower who was elected for 12 times.

But the numbers earned by Clinton and Obama the last few years are not as much as in previous years. Clinton's 9 percent figure this year is the lowest since 2002, at 7 percent.

Meanwhile, Obama's 17 percent figure is lower than last year's 22 percent but more consistent with previous survey results.

Other men in the top five were Pope Francis, with 3 percent, Reverend Billy Graham, with 2 percent, and Senator John McCain, also with 2 percent.

Oprah Winfrey ranks third as a woman most admired by 4 percent, followed by Senator Elizabeth Warren, 3 percent and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, 2 percent. [dw]