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Fraudsters jailed over deadly scam


Seven people involved in a high-profile telecom fraud case that led to the death of a female student were sentenced on Thursday in Jieyang, Guangdong province.

7 sentenced in telecom fraud case in China


Seven people were sentenced to prison Thursday for involvement in a telecom fraud case linked to the death of a high school student last year.

China prosecutes 42,400 for crimes against minors


Over 42,400 people were prosecuted in the first 11 months of this year on charges such as child abuse, indecency with children and child trafficking, said China's top procuratorate.

Procuratorate clarifies role in case against bike-sharing company


The case of a consumer watchdog group in Guangdong suing a bike-sharing company over delays in refunding users' deposits does not fall in the category of public-interest civil lawsuit the procuratorate is entitled to initiate or support.

Chinese lawyers work to safeguard rights of survivors in Nanjing Massacre


A league of lawyers has been set up to safeguard rights of survivors of the Nanjing Massacre and promote civil litigation, according to the Memorial Hall for the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre.

Judges urge bankruptcy trial reform


China's top judicial official urged courts at all levels to improve bankruptcy trials to ensure a fair and just business environment.

Shenzhen sets up finance, IP protection courts


Southern Chinese city of Shenzhen set up a financial court and an intellectual property (IP) court on Dec 26.

China nets 11,000 crime suspects in personal info protection campaign


Chinese police have detained more than 11,000 suspects in over 3,700 cases during the past two years for alleged misuse of citizens' personal information.