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Revision clears way for administrative suits

[2015-04-28 07:18]

Administrative proceedings have seen a rapid increase in the first quarter of this year, surpassing the total for 2014, and are expected to increase further after the implementation on Friday of a revised system for lawsuit registration, according to a senior judge.

Watchdog says Sinopec chief faces investigation

[2015-04-28 07:20]

Wang Tianpu, president of Asia's biggest crude oil refiner, faces probe for suspected "serious disciplinary violations", says the watchdog.

61 suspects back home to be tried

[2015-04-28 07:12]

Most of the fugitives seized in the past six months are suspected of bribery, embezzlement, abuse of power and corruption.

Xi's remarks on advancing rule of law published

[2015-04-28 06:52]

A compilation of selected remarks by Chinese President Xi Jinping on comprehensively advancing the rule of law has been published.

PLA’s Moscow debut confirmed

[2015-04-28 06:01]

China's top envoy in Russia says that the People's Liberation Army will for the first time send a contingent to take part in a major parade in Moscow.

Prosecutors file 7,500 corruption cases

[2015-04-27 20:10]

More than 7,500 corruption cases were filed by prosecutors across the country during the first three months of this year, most of them involving bribes of over 50,000 yuan ($8,000).

Crackdown on overseas fugitives paying off

[2015-04-27 16:06]

China has detained 61 fugitives suspected of dereliction of duty as of the end of March as the government muscles efforts to bring them to justice.

China brings trapped nationals home from quake-hit Nepal

[2015-04-27 11:28]

Chinese passengers arrive in Kunming, capital of Southwest China's Yunnan province, April 26, 2015.

Embassy arranges airlift for stranded Chinese tourists

[2015-04-27 07:48]

The Chinese government is helping citizens stranded in quake-hit Nepal and has arranged for hundreds of them to be flown home.

Visitation likely to drop after destruction

[2015-04-27 07:48]

The number of Chinese tourists visiting Nepal is likely to fall sharply following the earthquake, according to travel industry sources.

PLA navy micro blog goes full steam ahead

[2015-04-27 07:14]

It will highlight important navy events, information, recruitment notices, and outline the history and achievements of the service.

Police seize first 'most wanted' fugitive

[2015-04-27 06:43]

Chinese police have captured Dai Xuemin, the first most wanted fugitive nabbed since Interpol issued arrest warrants for 100 missing officials.

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