China has launched a campaign to crack down on cultural organizations that are breaking the law.
The nanny responsible for killing four members of a family in an arson appeared in court in eastern China on Thursday to appeal her death sentence.
Marriage information in China can now be checked through a shared database if a person had registered for marriage at overseas embassies and consulates, as the Ministry of Civil Affairs stated Wednesday.
Beijing No 1 Intermediate People’s Court signed cooperation agreements with a children’s legal aid and research center and a women’s federation on Thursday to more effectively deal with domestic disputes.
Beijing police have cracked down hard on economic crime this year, with the aim to ensure security and maintain market order, the capital's Public Security Bureau said on Tuesday.
Police have detained two suspected drug traffickers and seized 42.6 kilograms of opium, authorities in the city of Tengchong, Southwest China's Yunnan province, said Tuesday.
Chinese courts were ordered on May 15 to continue to fight violations by government departments in land seizures and housing demolitions, as the nation has seen a rise in related disputes in the past three years.
A total of 23 defendants, including 15 Taiwan residents, stood trial at a court in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, Tuesday in a cross-border telecom fraud case.