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Rules aim at death sector misconduct


China will crack down on cemetery speculators and funeral-related fraud in a three-month campaign starting this month to address the most acute problems in the sector, the Ministry of Civil Affairs said on Monday.

Legal support to boost Belt and Road Initiative


China will work to refine the legal support system of the Belt and Road to enable better settlement of disputes and foster a business environment governed by the rule of law, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Monday.

Teacher detained on sexual assault charges


A schoolteacher in Weixin county, Yunnan province, has been detained on suspicion of sexually assaulting six children, according to the county government.

China has more than 365,000 lawyers


The number of practicing lawyers in China surpassed 365,000 by the end of 2017, an increase of 11.5 percent, according to the All China Lawyers Association Monday.

Court bailiffs suspended after suspect escapes


A court in Nantong, in East China’s Jiangsu province, has suspended bailiffs for failing to guard a handcuffed drug trafficking suspect who escaped during a hearing.

China releases revised regulation for Olympic symbol protection


Premier Li Keqiang has signed a decree to release a revised regulation for better Olympic symbol protection.

China unveils courts to resolve intl commercial disputes


On Friday, China unveiled two specialized courts to help resolve large international commercial disputes, particularly those involving countries in the Belt and Road Initiative.

Escaped drug trafficking suspect spotted at restaurant


A handcuffed drug trafficking suspect who escaped from a court during a hearing reportedly visited a restaurant in Nantong, East China's Jiangsu province, Modern Express reported.