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Li's charisma wins over British press

[2014-06-24 07:30]

London's tabloid Daily Mail, which made sport over the allegation that Li had to ask for an invitation to meet the Queen, called him "Premier Twinkle".

Chinese leaders urge support for vocational education

[2014-06-23 22:00]

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday urged the nation to intensify its efforts to develop vocational education.

Pragmatism, trust advance Sino-European co-op

[2014-06-23 21:06]

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has ended his visits to Britain and Greece, but wide-ranging cooperation with the two nations and Europe as a whole are set to flourish.

China criticizes Japan's sex slavery record

[2014-06-23 20:01]

China has criticized Japan's review of an apology for its wartime sex slavery, saying it exposes Japan's intention to play down its crimes.

China serves up new food safety penalties

[2014-06-23 19:15]

A revision to China's Food Safety Law had its first reading on Monday and pledges tough sanctions for offenders, promising the strictest food safety supervision system.

Official in election scandal prosecuted

[2014-06-23 19:13]

Tong Mingqian, a former senior official involved in a large electoral fraud in central China's Hunan Province, was prosecuted on Monday.

Liu Tienan charged with bribery

[2014-06-23 17:57]

Liu sought benefits for others by taking advantage of his position, and accepted "an extremely large amount" of financial incentives.

32 terror groups busted in Xinjiang

[2014-06-23 13:00]

A total of 32 terror groups were busted, 380 suspects seized and 315 people sentenced one month after a massive anti-terror crackdown was launched in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Neighboring countries urged not to stir tensions

[2014-06-23 07:52]

Experts said nations should resort to dialogue to resolve territorial disputes amid escalating tensions in the South and East China seas.

Criticism by ex-US official dismissed

[2014-06-23 07:42]

A Chinese scholar has refuted allegations by Stephen Hadley, a former US national security adviser, that China's diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific has escalated regional tensions.

More lawyers sought as government advisers

[2014-06-23 02:32]

More lawyers will be encouraged to serve as legal advisers for government agencies to help ensure that officials' decisions are in line with the law, a senior official from the Ministry of Justice said.

Greater role for Chinese lawyers emerging in transnational affairs

[2014-06-23 02:20]

More Chinese lawyers will be promoted as legal advisers in State-owned companies for transnational business, amid concerns over national and economic security.

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