• 30 sentenced in record relics theft case in Liaoning


    A high-profile tomb robbery case was closed at the end of last year, with 30 defendants given sentences ranging from three years to life imprisonment, a court in Liaoning province said on Monday.

  • Tourism official convicted of graft


    A former official of the National Tourism Administration was sentenced by a Beijing court to one year in prison with a one-year reprieve after being convicted of faking expenses for reimbursement, Beijing Morning Post reported on Sunday.

  • Former senior Ningxia official subject of graft investigation


    Former vice chair of the government of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Bai Xueshan, is being investigated by prosecutors for accepting bribes, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP).

  • Official accused of taking $32m in bribes


    A former senior energy official accused of taking nearly 212 million yuan ($32.6 million) in bribes stood trial in an open court on Monday.

  • Freed death row inmate is compensated


    A man condemned to death three times for murder and who spent 11 years on death row before being cleared receives $196,000 in compensation.

  • Feng shui obsessed official expelled from Party


    A former vice-chairman of Ningxia Hui autonomous region who was known for being obsessed with feng shui has been removed from his office and expelled from the Communist Party of China for severe disciplinary violations.

  • Gov't training center exec investigated for bribery


    He Jiacheng, former vice president of the China National School of Administration, has been placed under investigation for bribery, the Supreme People's Procuratorate announced.

  • Guarding the aged in earnest


    It is unbelievable that a 45-year-old maid in South China's Guangdong province is being tried as a serial killer.