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Chinese navy holds live-fire drill

[2015-07-02 20:48]

The People's Liberation Army (PLA) navy conducted a live-fire confrontation drill in the Yellow Sea on Thursday, according to a statement from the PLA.

Chinese FM to join negotiations on Iranian nuclear issue

[2015-07-02 20:30]

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi left Beijing to join negotiations on the Iranian nuclear issue in Vienna on Thursday.

Heavy metal pollution control gets 2.8b yuan boost

[2015-07-02 20:18]

The central government has allocated 2.8 billion yuan to support major projects controlling heavy metal pollution in 30 cities, the Ministry of Environmental Protection said on Thursday.

Chinese courts: more transparency for better performance

[2015-07-02 19:20]

Chinese citizens could now look up information on trials, verdicts and the implementation of court decisions of courts across the country online.

Legal assistance service protects human rights: official

[2015-07-02 17:46]

China is working to ensure universal access to legal assistance for suspects and defendants in criminal proceedings to protect their human rights, Vice Minister of Justice Zhao Dacheng said on Thursday.

China relaunches website on human rights

[2015-07-02 17:44]

China relaunched its human rights protection website on Thursday, in both Chinese and English. It is the only authoritative website on the issue.

Chinese military tightens financial management

[2015-07-02 16:24]

The People's Liberation Army (PLA) has promised "financial discipline" after an inspection campaign across all of its financial departments uncovered irregularities.

Guidelines set to boost supervision

[2015-07-02 07:50]

China will improve monitoring of the environment nationwide and emphasize the responsibility of government officials in eco-civilization development, according to a new set of guidelines from the Communist Party of China Central Committee.

Documentary eyes global audience

[2015-07-02 07:50]

A Chinese documentary marking the 70th anniversary of the victory against fascism has been translated into eight foreign languages and will be available to foreign audiences on Thursday.

Officials now must take allegiance oath

[2015-07-02 07:50]

Government officials, including the president and the premier, are now required to take an oath to uphold the Constitution when they assume office, a symbolic move in the country's advocacy of the rule of law.

Prosecutors may litigate in public's interest

[2015-07-02 07:50]

The top legislature approved on Wednesday a draft document that allows prosecutors to instigate public interest litigation in civil and administrative cases.

New month signals rule changes

[2015-07-01 19:22]

From July 1 several regulations have been introduced, including a ban on celebrities used as TV hosts; Taiwan residents no longer needing entry permits; tourists being entitled to tax refunds in Beijing and Shanghai and the standardization of infant formula packaging.

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