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Officials' perks to be targeted in anti-graft campaign

[2013-12-11 23:30]

The top anti-corruption agency plans to start a campaign to rid government officials of excessive benefits, including expensive vehicles, large offices and publicly funded houses.

Website launched for court broadcasts

[2013-12-11 22:14]

China on Wednesday launched a website for live broadcasts of court trials to allow the public to supervise proceedings.

China's reformed govt assessment hailed as landmark

[2013-12-11 22:06]

China's official evaluation system has abandoned GDP-obsessed assessments and puts more emphasis on public well-being and the environment.

China pledges co-op with Afghanistan, Pakistan

[2013-12-11 19:34]

China will work with Afghanistan and Pakistan to push forward substantial trilateral cooperation, vowed a Foreign Ministry spokesman on Wednesday, following the conclusion of a dialogue between the three countries.

Egyptian foreign minister to visit China

[2013-12-11 17:12]

Egypt's Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy will pay an official visit to China from December 14 to 16, the Chinese Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday.

China to standardize officials' benefits

[2013-12-11 14:14]

China's anti-corruption watchdog is planning to draft the standards governing official's benefits and welfare, defining differentiated packages based on the level of the official.

China rejects latest US hacking accusations

[2013-12-11 10:20]

China on Tuesday rejected a US computer security firm's accusation of Chinese hacking against European countries before the G20 Summit in September.

China, ROK cyberspace cooperation urged

[2013-12-11 07:21]

China and the ROK should cooperate more to safeguard cybersovereignty and cybersecurity, the head of the Chinese Internet information regulatory agency said in Seoul on Tuesday.

Chinese say their goodbyes

[2013-12-11 01:20]

As world leaders and South Africans braved driving rain and cold to honor Nelson Mandela, Bheki Langa was surprised to find out that the former South African president was so loved by young Chinese.
Madiba's legacy will continue to inspire

Internet can 'help curb corruption'

[2013-12-10 23:55]

Revelations on the Internet about the misconduct of a government official can help anti-corruption efforts, provided that those who publish the information avoid improper invasions of privacy.

China improves law enforcement supervision

[2013-12-10 21:42]

China's Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) on Tuesday pledged to resolve imprudent law enforcement via stricter supervision of the entire law enforcement and case handling procedure.

Chinese VP expressed condolences at Mandela's memorial service

[2013-12-10 21:01]

Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao on Tuesday expressed deep condolences and paid high tribute to former South African President Nelson Mandela, saying Chinese will always cherish his contribution to China-S Africa ties.

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