Judges have called for female university students to enhance their security awareness as several young women were murdered or disappeared in recent months after they met Internet friends.
China's economic growth slowed in the third quarter to its weakest pace in five and a half years, but Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday structural improvements can be seen.
A Long March-4C carrier rocket carrying the Yaogan-22 remote sensing satellite blasts off from the launch pad at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Taiyuan.
Top Party officials began a landmark meeting on Monday focusing on the rule of law. They will deliberate on a draft decision covering "major issues concerning comprehensively advancing the rule of law", sources close to the meeting said.
After drunken driving was made a crime in 2011, the number of traffic accidents caused by driving under the influence of alcohol has been reduced by 25 percent, with casualties down nearly 40 percent.
More than 70,000 Shaolin students lined up along a 15km road to perform kungfu or martial arts to mark the opening of the festival. Over 1,800 athletes from 63 countries and regions take part in the festival, which runs through to October 29. Most of them will compete in martial arts events and some will be aiming for a Wushu grade.
Police in Australia and China are to cooperate on the extradition of Chinese economic fugitives, including many corrupt officials, the Ministry of Public Security said on Monday.
Chinese and Russian police held an anti-terror drill on Monday in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, to boost coordinated ability to fight terrorism in the border region.
China issued a national plan for the development of its fast-growing sports industry, encouraging more companies in the field to go public and attract foreign investment.
China’s all-important property sector is expected to return to normal in two years, although many economists forecast the market will remain under downward pressure.
Hong Kong's High Court in ordered protesters to clear roads at an illegal assembly site in Mong Kok - the demonstrators' only remaining protest site in Kowloon.
Efforts must be promoted in caring for those with the disease, in fighting discrimination, in giving patients access to medical care and in ensuring social justice, first lady Peng Liyuan said.