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Senior legislator investigated for discipline violation


A senior legislator of north China's Hebei Province was investigated for suspected "severe disciplinary violations," the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) announced Tuesday.

New rules safeguard prisoner rights to meet lawyers


A regulation was released Monday to safeguard the rights of lawyers to meet imprisoned clients.

Baby sitter held for abuse


A baby sitter who allegedly struck a baby multiple times in an elevator in Zhengzhou, Henan province, has been detained after a video of the assault aroused public outrage during the past week, local police said over the weekend.

Suzhou police catch gang selling fake Herbalife products


Police in eastern China said on Monday they have smashed an operation that made more than 20 million yuan ($3 million) from selling fake Herbalife products.

Court to identify child sex offenders


A court in Jiangsu province has become only the second in China to name sex offenders to ensure they are prevented from working with minors.

Guangxi fraud suspect captured in the Philippines


A Chinese fugitive who fled to the Philippines with his lover in the late 1990s was repatriated on Tuesday, according to a Guangxi News Net report.

Liaoning police crack online porn operation


Dalian police have cracked an operation selling illegal pornographic software that grossed more than 140 million yuan ($21.17 million), authorities said on Tuesday.

China revises rules to curb flawed maps


A revised regulation on the approval of published maps will take effect on Jan. 1, 2018, said the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation (NASMG) Tuesday.