Police have detained six fugitives on a list of China's 10 most-wanted telecom and Internet fraud suspects, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) said Thursday.
Vice Premier Wang Yang said Monday that the country should make new headway in the campaign against intellectual property right (IPR) infringement and counterfeit products.
Hong Kong's Court of Appeal Monday rejected two disqualified legislators-elect's application for leave to appeal over the case of their disqualification.
The country's 500,000-plus corruption investigators are being placed under stricter supervision after a regulation to standardize graft probes was adopted on Jan 8.
Chinese prosecutors will improve supervision of criminal investigations by the police authorities to ensure better due course of the law and human rights.
China will formulate and issue a judicial interpretation on the throwing out of illegally-obtained evidence.
A senior Chinese official urged all judicial and law enforcement agencies to improve their capabilities to ensure a safe and stable social environment for the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) to be held this year.
A former senior judge with the top court pleaded guilty on Tuesday, during a hearing in Tianjin, to taking more than 114 million yuan ($16.5 million) in bribes.