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Land leases to be extended to protect farmers' rights


China plans to maintain long-term stability in rural land leasing by extending existing contracts by 30 years upon expiration, according to a draft amendment to the law.

Online watchdog tightens rules for content providers


China's top internet watchdog released two regulations on Monday tightening the governance of online information providers and assessing new technologies, in a move to ensure that online content is accurate and objective.

China issues regulations on online news


China's cyberspace authority on Monday issued two regulations to strengthen the management of online news services.

Telecom fraud suspects repatriated to China from Cambodia


Thirteen suspects in a cross-border telecom scam based in Cambodia were brought back to China by police from Luoyang City in central China's Henan Province Sunday.

Domain name holders to register with complete ID info


A new ministry regulation requiring applicants of domain names to provide complete identity information will take effect from Wednesday.

Panels fine-tune anti-graft efforts


The establishment of supervisory commissions and their working together with the disciplinary authorities of the Communist Party of China will make anti-graft efforts more concentrated and standardized, said a senior official.

Chinese court mandates "cooling off" period for divorcing couples


Couples will be forced to undergo a compulsory three month "cooling off" period before being allowed to divorce, according to rules introduced by a district court in east China's Shandong Province.

Translation team raises bar for Beijing court


A Beijing court has translated more than 80,000 words and issued 30 legal articles via its public WeChat account to improve the quality of case hearings.