• Top Inner Mongolia official charged with homicide, bribery


    Zhao Liping, vice-chairman of North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region’s political consultative body, has been charged with intentional homicide, bribery, illegal possession of firearms and storing explosives, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate said on Wednesday.

  • KFC wins compensation for faked articles over mutant chickens


    KFC won compensation of $91,200 from three companies that distributed fake articles accusing the fast food giant of selling abnormal chickens.

  • Prison time reduced after 11 show they regret crimes


    A court in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region recently reduced the sentences of 11 people, including the former heads of a terrorist cell and a separatist group, who were imprisoned for endangering national security.

  • Xinjiang commutes sentences for 11 offenders


    Authorities in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have commuted 11 offenders who were convicted of jeopardizing national security.

  • China court upholds cult leader's life sentence


    A southern Chinese court upheld the life sentence of a man who was convicted of organizing an illegal cult, rape, fraud, and production and sale of harmful food on Tuesday.

  • Man wrongfully jailed released after 23 years


    A man wrongfully imprisoned for 23 years in China was declared innocent on Monday due to insufficient evidence and was released from a prison in Hainan province.

  • 2 Husi branches fined for scandal


    Husi Food Co's Shanghai and Hebei branches, which were found to have supplied products with substandard meat to fast food chains, were fined 1.2 million yuan ($182,000) each by a Shanghai court on Monday.

  • China penalizes 27 over wrongful conviction case


    Twenty-seven officials have been penalized over the wrongful conviction and execution of a man 20 years ago in a rape and murder case.