Since the start of the year, officers in Beijing have confiscated more than 420 guns, 32,000 bullets, 1,100 knives, and numerous bombs and explosives.
An economic fugitive surnamed Zhuang said he would not have fled abroad if he had known the way things would turn out.
China detained nine foreign tourists－five South Africans, three Britons and one Indian－for suspected ties to a "terror group" after authorities accused them of watching banned videos.
Wu Zeheng, founder and leader of the cult "Huazang Zongmen", is facing criminal prosecution along with several other suspected cult members, following year-long investigations by police.
More than 12 million rural people are expected to shake off poverty through village-themed tourism in the next five years, according to senior tourism officials.
With the thermometer climbing all the way to 40 C in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and Shandong provinces, questions related to subsidies for high temperatures are on the rise as well.
China's efforts to foster and seek international cooperation in fighting corruption are in line with and supported by international standards.
A fleet of Lamborghini sports cars drives on a road in the ancient town of Huizhou in Huangshan city, East China’s Anhui province, July 14, 2015. Lamborghini China is commemorating its 10-year anniversary of entering the Chinese market with a tour – The China Giro.
A photography exhibit on the golden snub-nosed monkeys inhabiting in Sichuan and Yunnan provinces evoked great enthusiasm from more than 100, 000 visitors in Chengdu in early May, while photographer Ding Kuanliang won more recognition as an ecological photographer.
Visitors selfie with sunflowers in the Olympic Green in Beijing, capital of China, July 12, 2015. The sunflowers in the park were in full bloom.
A heat wave pushed temperatures to above 40 C in some northern and central parts of China on Monday.
Beijing agrees to pay 460 million yuan cost to reduce coal consumption in 2 Hebei cities