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Top village leader is probed on suspicion of graft

[2016-06-20 08:15]

The public security bureau in Lufeng, Guangdong province, is urging residents of Wukan village to actively cooperate with a government investigation into suspected corruption involving village head Lin Zulian.

US urged not to meddle with internal Tibet affairs

[2016-06-20 07:26]

Beijing urged the United States not to interfere in China's domestic affairs on matters related to Tibet, and take practical actions to safeguard overall China-US relations.

US does not support 'Tibet independence': Kerry

[2016-06-19 09:55]

The United States maintains that Tibet is an inalienable part of China and does not support the independence of Tibet, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday.

CPC names officials punished for condoning misconduct

[2016-06-18 03:58]

The top discipline watchdog of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Friday named officials penalized for failing to properly tackle the wrongdoings of subordinates.

Xi kicks off visits to Serbia, Poland and Uzbekistan

[2016-06-17 10:11]

President Xi Jinping's state visit to the three countries is expected to boost cooperation and opportunities on the Belt and Road Initiatives.

India looks to China's technology for making clouds rain

[2016-06-17 08:16]

China is in talks with India on the transfer of cloud-seeding technology.

China vows better care for children in difficulty

[2016-06-17 05:30]

The central government on Thursday issued a guideline on taking better care of children who live in difficulties due to poverty, disabilities or lack of custody.

Government agencies, SOEs required to hear more from legal counsels

[2016-06-16 21:43]

China's central government has ordered all central ministerial agencies, governments and Communist Party committees above the country-level and state-owned enterprises (SOE) to adopt a legal counsel system before 2017, a major step to promote rule of law.

Former senior legislator stands trial for graft

[2016-06-16 16:10]

Bai Enpei, a former senior official with the top legislature, on Thursday stood trial on two counts of corruption-related charges.

Outdated documents dropped to promote efficiency

[2016-06-16 07:49]

The State Council has decided to invalidate hundreds of outdated documents to tackle conflicts in regulations and improve administrative efficiency.

Xi's visit to boost partnership projects

[2016-06-16 07:49]

Collaboration on production capacity will enhance work along Belt and Road route

Planned Obama, Dalai Lama meeting protested

[2016-06-16 07:49]

The planned meeting between US President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama sends the "wrong signal" to Tibetan separatists and will hamper Washington's relations with Beijing, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

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