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5 dead, 1 injured in three-car accident

China Daily | Updated: 2021-02-22 09:00
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Former political adviser investigated

A former senior political adviser in Guizhou province is being investigated for suspected serious violations of Party disciplinary rules and national laws, the top anti-graft bodies said on Sunday. Wang Fuyu, former chairman of the Guizhou Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, is being investigated by the Communist Party of China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the National Supervisory Commission.


5 dead, 1 injured in three-car accident

Five people were killed and one person injured in a road accident in Huaning county, Yuxi, Yunnan province, on Saturday, the local publicity department said. The accident occurred at about 6 pm when three cars rear-ended in the county. The injured person has been sent to hospital for treatment for injuries that are not considered life-threatening. Investigations are continuing.


240 tons of imported solid waste returned

Guangzhou customs in Guangdong province has shipped back two batches of imported solid waste to its place of origin, the General Administration of Customs said on Friday. Intercepted during an inspection, the garbage, weighing 240 metric tons, was identified as a mixture of zinc oxide and zinc-blended leftovers. Combined with dirt, coal cinder and unoxidized metal, it would have posed a threat to the environment when processed.


Surge in applications for online mediation

Nearly 5.2 million disputes were resolved on China's online mediation platform last year, with a success rate of 65 percent, saving more people the bother of going to court, the Supreme People's Court said. Mediation applications have surged since the service was launched in early 2018, the top court said. The country's 3,502 courts have all opened mediation services on the platform, and 32,937 mediation organizations have moved in, bringing the number of online mediators to 165,333, senior court official Qian Xiaochen said.



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