China has seen a sharp rise in internet and telecom fraud over the past two years, with crooks increasingly using instant-messaging apps and illegal technology to swindle citizens, according to data from the Supreme People's Court.
Legal experts have applauded a decision by judicial authorities to identify an incident in which an electric bike rider stabbed another man to death in eastern China as self-defense, calling it a milestone in the country's rule of law.
"Justifiable defense." On Saturday, the local police in Kunsha, East China's Jiangsu province concluded this about a case involving Yu Haiming, who, after being attacked by Liu Hailong with a long knife, picked it up and stabbed the latter to death.
Police in Kunshan, East China's Jiangsu province, won applause on China's internet on Saturday for dismissing a controversial case about a man who fought back against his attacker and stabbed that man to death following a traffic spat.
E-commerce platform operators will face a fine of up to 2 million yuan ($292,731) if they fail to fulfill their duties to protect consumers, according to a new law.
Chinese State Councilor Zhao Kezhi Thursday stressed tightening control on drugs and called for a further crackdown on drug-related crime.
China's top legislature was asked on Thursday to strengthen a liability clause in the latest draft of the e-commerce law to better protect consumers and prevent platform operators from becoming too powerful.
NANJING - A draft regulation to protect the national memorial ceremony for victims of the Nanjing Massacre was submitted for deliberation at a session of the Standing Committee of the Nanjing municipal people's congress, which opened on Tuesday in Jiangsu province.