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Leadership evaluation weighed

[2013-07-17 10:46]

Experts have called for lawmakers to get more involved in nominating, evaluating and supervising officials, as the Communist Party of China considers reforming how capable leaders are selected.

New visa law offers lifeline to foreigners

[2013-07-17 10:39]

China's new Exit and Entry Administration Law is proving useful for foreign sailors in emergency situations.

Central govt sincere about HK universal suffrage

[2013-07-17 02:16]

National sovereignty and the lawful rights of the central government must be safeguarded when implementing universal suffrage in Hong Kong, the central government's top representative in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region said.

2 officials jailed over S China river pollution

[2013-07-16 15:41]

A court in South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region on Tuesday jailed two delinquent environmental inspectors in a case involving heavy metal pollution in a river in the region last year.

Liu Yunshan attends Party School graduation ceremony

[2013-07-16 10:55]

Chinese leader Liu Yunshan attended a graduation ceremony held by the Party School of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee on Monday.

Anti-corruption is breaking point of reform

[2013-07-16 10:39]

Among challenges the Party faces, anti-corruption has the broadest support and is the easiest to address. Therefore, it's the best breaking point of political reform

China calls for new talks on Iran nuclear issue

[2013-07-16 08:12]

All related parties of the Iran nuclear issue should try to promote a new round of talks as soon as possible, a Chinese envoy to the United Nations said Monday.

Four officials under probe over fatal mine blasts

[2013-07-16 06:43]

Four Chinese officials are being investigated for alleged duty dereliction in two coal mine blasts that killed 53 people, the Supreme People's Procuratorate said in a statement on Monday.

Families and experts call for more clarity on execution law

[2013-07-16 01:35]

Legal experts have called for China to clarify rules that require courts to inform the relatives and lawyers of death-row prisoners ahead of an execution.

China supervises use of orphan aid funds

[2013-07-15 17:36]

The Ministry of Civil Affairs on Monday sent teams to supervise the use and management of special funds for aiding orphans.

Inquries over bribery up in China

[2013-07-15 08:06]

Chinese prosecutors received more than 600,000 inquiries about bribery records involving companies or individuals in the first six months.

China's largest salvage vessel visits Indonesia

[2013-07-14 18:02]

China's patrol and search-and- rescue vessel Haixun 01 arrived at Jakarta on Sunday, commencing its goodwill visit to Indonesia for the next four days.

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