China's chief justice Wang Shengjun delivered a report on the work of the Supreme People's Court at a meeting of the annual parliamentary session on Sunday.
The State Council plans to transform government functions at ministerial level to reduce administrative intervention in the market and social issues.
China unveils cabinet reshuffle plan
China's grain output is likely to hit a record high this year and bring a 10th consecutive year of growth, as the nation steps up efforts to boost agricultural technology and infrastructure, a senior official said.
Government agencies have been tasked with looking into the reform of laojiao, the process of re-education through labor, and the findings may soon be released.
Foreign Minister has rejected accusations that the Chinese government and military are behind cyber attacks on Western websites, calling for "rules and cooperation", instead of a cyber "war".
Venezuela's National Electoral Council announced after a special meeting of its Board of Directors that the presidential elections will be held on April 14.
A China Marine Surveillance (CMS) detachment was officially stationed in the nation's southernmost city of Sansha on Saturday.
The relations between China and the Arab world have made further progress amidst political changes of some countries in West Asia and North Africa, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said Saturday.
Police have rescued 63 children and 14 women in a cross-provincial campaign against human trafficking, the Ministry of Public Security said Saturday.
Kenya's electoral body on Saturday declared Uhuru Kenyatta as the President of the Republic of Kenya after gaining 6.17 million votes to beat his closest challenger Raila Odinga in the historic elections held on March 4.
China's new president will pay his maiden state visits to Russia, Tanzania, South Africa and the Republic of Congo and attend the fifth leaders' summit of BRICS countries in Durban.
Xi Jinping on Saturday expressed his best wishes to Tibetans after receiving a three-meter-long thank-you letter from 108 Tibetan lamas.