Japanese investigators say an arrested former employee of Tokyo-based telecommunications giant SoftBank Corporation admitted he received personal benefits from a Russian official.
Forty-eight-year-old Yutaka Araki allegedly accessed the company's confidential information on a corporate server in February last year. He was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of violating a law aimed at preventing unfair competition.
A former employee of Tokyo-based telecommunications giant SoftBank Corporation has been arrested on suspicion of hacking the company's confidential information.
Forty-eight-year-old Yutaka Araki was arrested by Tokyo police on Saturday. He is suspected of violating a law on preventing unfair competition.
Actress Sawajiri Erika was arrested on November 16 on suspicion of possessing the synthetic drug MDMA. She has since been transported to the Tokyo Wangan Police Station.
About 0.09 grams of the drug was found in her home in Meguro Ward. When asked about the drug, she stated, "I have used from before."
NHK has learned that a boy who was arrested for allegedly wounding a girl with a knife in northern Japan has suggested he was interested in killing someone.
The elementary school girl was slashed in the neck on a road in Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture, on Tuesday. She suffered an injury expected to take three weeks to heal.
Japanese police have arrested a man believed to have played a leading role in running an illegal manga-viewing website called Manga-mura, or Manga-village, after he was deported from the Philippines.
Police arrested 27-year-old Romi Hoshino on Tuesday after a plane carrying him entered Japanese airspace. He was detained by the Philippine bureau of immigration in July.