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Bloggers detained for posting false stories


Two bloggers have been detained in northern China on suspicion of posting fictitious stories about the head of a major dairy company, and may have contributed to a sharp decline in the company's share price.

County takes steps to defend martyr


Prosecutors in Hebei province began to build a public interest litigation case on Wednesday against people they say defamed a martyr.

Violators in Shenzhen tagged by high-tech


Shenzhen is using facial recognition technology to identify traffic violators and levy fines as it builds toward its goal of being a smart city.

Top legislature to inspect on implementation of infectious diseases prevention law


China's top legislature will conduct a round of inspections on the implementation of the law on the prevention and control of infectious diseases, in eight provincial-level regions.

94 suspects seized for online gambling


Police in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality seized 94 suspects involved in an online gambling case, the local public security bureau announced Friday.

Chief justice, wife injured in stabbing


The chief justice of a district court in Shaanxi province, surnamed Su, was injured along with his wife in a stabbing attack on Thursday, according to the Xianyang government.

Qingdao customs seizes 1,600 smuggled luxury cars


Chinese customs seized more than 1,600 smuggled cars worth more than 1.06 billion yuan ($166.8 million), the customs office of coastal Qingdao city in East China's Shandong province announced on Thursday.

Women face legal dilemma over egg-freezing procedure


In February, when Zhan Yingying turned 30, she wrote to the Committee of the Jilin Provincial People's Congress and asked it to guarantee her right to have her eggs frozen so she could be sure of starting a family at a later date.