China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang Sunday called for full confidence in the country's basic political system at the ongoing annual parliamentary session.

Overseas Chinese have set up anti-secession and pro-unification organizations in more than 100 countries and regions to promote cross-Straits ties between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan.

China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang denounced the serious election fraud in central China's Hunan Province at the ongoing annual parliamentary session Sunday.

Free prenatal and reproductive health check-ups will be further expanded around the country this year to cover 80 percent of the target area.

China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang is delivering a report on the work of the Standing Committee of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) to the annual parliamentary session Sunday.

China will continue its anti-graft measures against top government officials, said Huang Shuxian, minister of supervision, on Sunday.

Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the 12th NPC Standing Committee, says China has made dramatic improvements to its legislative system over the past year, adding that some major laws are set for revision in 2014.

China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang delivered a work report of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) at a plenary meeting of the ongoing NPC annual session Sunday.

President Xi Jinping will make his first trip as head of state to Europe, China's most important trading partner, later in March to "open a new chapter" in Sino-European relations.

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China's exports in February unexpectedly slumped amid festival distortions while imports maintained robust growth, reinforcing economic momentum in the world's second-largest economy.

Only three of China's 74 major cities met national air-quality standards last year, a senior official said on Saturday.

Delegates and political advisers at the two sessions called for a law on cybersecurity, aiming to protect residents' personal information and regulate Internet enterprises.

Some deputies to the National People's Congress suggested government and Internet companies crack down on online rumors, in a move to improve credibility in cyberspace.

Premier Li Keqiang's pledge to resolutely safeguard the postwar international order and stop any country from reversing the course of history has drawn widespread support.