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Chinese VP pledges closer ties with Sri Lanka

[2014-02-11 21:51]

Chinese Vice-President Li Yuanchao met with visiting Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Gamini Lakshman Peiris in Beijing, calling on both countries to boost cooperation and cement their strategic cooperation partnership.

China publicizes violations by law enforcement officers

[2014-02-11 21:50]

The Commission for Political and Legal Affairs of the Communist Party of China Central Committee has publicized 10 typical cases of disciplinary or legal violations by police officers, judges and prosecutors.

Official punished for embezzling State-owned assets

[2014-02-11 18:01]

An official with the Henan branch of China Grain Reserves Corp has been sentenced to three years and six months in prison and fined 60,000 yuan ($9,900) for dividing State assets of more than 430,000 yuan among employees without permission.

Officials punished for setting arbitrary fines

[2014-02-11 18:00]

Law-enforcement officials in Yongzhou, Henan province, have been punished for setting arbitrary charges and fines, leading a vehicle owner to take poison.

Test designed to predict corrupt tendencies

[2014-02-11 07:38]

Civil servants in Jiangsu province will have to answer a series of sensitive questions in a bid to root out those that might fall prey to corruption.

Kerry seeks to 'rule out' possibility of conflict

[2014-02-11 01:44]

US Secretary of State John Kerry will seek to ease tensions between Tokyo, Beijing and Seoul as he confronts a worsening dilemma for Washington in East Asia, according to observers.

Li seeks input from non-Communist parties

[2014-02-11 01:44]

Addressing a seminar of non-Communist parties on Monday, Premier Li Keqiang stressed the importance of building consensus among all sectors as the government pushes for deeper reforms in 2014.

Industry group enters fray in Qualcomm probe

[2014-02-11 01:51]

Mobile phone chipmaker Qualcomm Inc may be facing tough headwinds in China after "substantial evidence" submitted by a telecommunications trade union.

Japan distorting history, ministry says

[2014-02-11 01:44]

Tokyo is "attempting to deny and even beautify" the country’s history of militarism and aggression, the Foreign Ministry said, criticizing remarks by a public Japanese broadcaster.

History reveals Abe's ploy

[2014-02-11 05:10]

Accepting the post-war international order established by the Cairo Declaration and Potsdam Declaration and complying with its pacifist Constitution, Japan embarked on the road to peaceful development after surrendering to the Allied forces in 1945.

Former provincial Party official gets life sentence

[2014-02-10 20:38]

A former official in Central China's Henan province has been sentenced to life imprisonment for taking bribes, owning a huge amount of property from unidentified sources and abusing his power, Xinhua News Agency reported on Monday.

4 officials punished for breaking anti-corruption guidelines

[2014-02-10 19:43]

Four discipline officials have received punishments ranging from dismissal to criminal prosecution for breaking laws and Party anti-corruption guidelines.

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