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Nation can meet growth challenges, premier says

[2015-06-27 03:23]

China is capable of "maintaining mid- to high-speed growth" despite challenges, Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday.

Chinese mayor sacked for cadre's boozy death

[2015-06-26 21:00]

A dozen officials, including a city mayor in Central China's Hunan province, have been punished for causing the death of a cadre from alcohol poisoning.

Senior Tibetan official under corruption investigation

[2015-06-26 20:07]

A top legislator in the Tibet autonomous region has been held by anti-graft fighters for alleged corruption becoming the first senior official in the region to be investigated since the nationwide crackdown against corruption began in late 2012.

New regulation promises punishment for official incompetence

[2015-06-26 19:55]

The Communist Party of China (CPC) on Friday issued a new regulation aimed at ensuring poorly performing officials are demoted or sacked.

China opposes Dalai Lama UK appearances

[2015-06-26 19:13]

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson has criticized the Dalai Lama's scheduled appearances at Britain's Glastonbury music festival and Aldershot army base as "conducting anti-China secessionist activities in the name of religion".

China to exclude bribers from construction project bids: SPP

[2015-06-26 14:52]

China will exclude those who have a history of bribery from construction project bids, the Supreme People's Procuratorate said on Friday.

China issues report on US human rights

[2015-06-26 10:53]

China published a report on the United States' human rights situation on Friday. The report, titled "The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2014," was released by the Information Office of the State Council, China's cabinet, in response to "the 2014 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices" issued by the US State Department on June 25 local time.

Senior Tibet official under graft probe

[2015-06-26 10:52]

Le Dake, deputy head of the legislature of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, is being investigated for alleged serious violation of discipline and law, the Communist Party of China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said on Friday.

China lawmakers enthusiastic about Constitution pledge

[2015-06-25 21:55]

Lawmakers on Thursday hailed a draft legal document requesting officials to pledge allegiance to the Constitution when assuming office.

Chinese VP to attend fourth world peace forum

[2015-06-25 18:01]

Chinese Vice-President Li Yuanchao will address the opening ceremony of the fourth World Peace Forum (WPF) to be at Beijing's Tsinghua University on Saturday.

Three more SOE officials investigated

[2015-06-25 14:17]

Three senior officials of state-owned enterprises CNOOC, China Mobile and China Unicom are being investigated for allegedly accepting bribes in separate cases, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) said on Thursday.

State officials to pledge allegiance to Constitution

[2015-06-25 07:47]

Officials will pledge their allegiance to the Constitution when assuming office if a draft legal document submitted to the top legislature for deliberation on Wednesday becomes law.

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