A top Chinese security official Thursday urged the international community to jointly fight against the new security threat of cyber terrorism.
Chinese economic fugitive Sun Xin, 46, and a former cashier of the Beijing municipal bureau of press, had worked in a factory in west Cambodia's Kampong Speu province for six years before being arrested and sent back to China.
The first hearing in the trial of one of China's most wanted economic fugitives, Yang Xiuzhu, took place in a New York immigration court on Tuesday.
China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang on Monday urged the world's five leading emerging economies to boost cooperation and play a constructive role in addressing global issues and promoting world peace and development.
A Chinese delegation led by Wu Aiying, the justice minister, who were in Doha city for the UN congress, also attended a promotion meeting on legal aid at the 13th United Nations Congress on crime prevention and criminal justice, on April 13, 2015, in the city of Doha, the capital of Qatar.
Wu Aiying took time out to meet with Yury Fedotov, the executive director of the United Nations Office on drugs and crime.
China's most-wanted fugitive, an official accused of embezzling more than $40 million, is in US custody, according to the country's top anti-graft agency.
Canada will help China to repatriate corrupt officials who have fled there and confiscate their assets, the North American country's top envoy has said.