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China's work safety chief under investigation

[2015-08-18 16:46]

Yang Dongliang, director of the State Administration of Work Safety, is under investigation by the Communist Party of China's (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI).

Former vice governor stands trial for bribery

[2015-08-18 15:28]

A former vice governor of East China's Jiangxi province, Yao Mugen, went on trial for taking bribes on Tuesday.

State Council investigating massive Tianjin blasts

[2015-08-18 13:21]

China's State Council has established an investigation team to probe the cause of last week's deadly explosions in Tianjin.

Pollution rules aim at accountability measures

[2015-08-18 07:05]

In a bid to improve protection of the environment, China has tightened related accountability measures for Party and government officials, and those found responsible for pollution will be punished beyond their terms.

Anti-corruption campaign 'good for China, US'

[2015-08-18 05:33]

Stronger anti-graft teamwork is good for China and the United States, observers said, following a US media report on Sunday questioning "Fox Hunt", China's global manhunt for corrupt officials and economic criminal suspects.

Experts say J-10s would benefit Iran

[2015-08-17 07:58]

The China-made J-10 multi-role fighter jet is a suitable choice for Iran if the Middle East power decides to upgrade its aging military aircraft fleet, Chinese aviation experts said.

PLA's first-rate artillery force boasts high accuracy

[2015-08-17 07:52]

Many of those who have heard about the prowess of the People's Liberation Army's rocket artillery force are still amazed when they visit Major Wang Peicheng's battalion and learn about its capabilities.

China adds new languages to Diaoyu Islands website

[2015-08-15 21:59]

China on Saturday launched new versions of a website on the Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea.

Japan urged to break up with militarist history

[2015-08-15 00:24]

China is urging Japan to repent in concrete terms after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attempted to downplay his country's aggression in a long-awaited statement marking the end of World War II.

Former provincial official expelled from CPC

[2015-08-14 10:21]

A former provincial-level official of East China's Jiangsu province has been expelled from the Communist Party of CHina (CPC) for suspected regulation and criminal offenses, the the top anti-graft body said Friday.

Obstruction of probes to be punished

[2015-08-14 08:06]

China's top graft-buster has taken more measures to discipline Party officials as the nationwide campaign against corruption gathers steam.

Former boss of major Chinese automaker expelled from CPC, office

[2015-08-13 15:21]

Xu Jianyi, former party chief and chairman of major Chinese automaker FAW Group, has been expelled from the Party and public office for graft, the country's top anti-graft body said Thursday.

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