Up to 700 officials in eight provinces and autonomous regions have been punished by central government inspectors in an unprecedentedly tough move to strengthen the nation's environmental supervision.
A Tianjin court took various measures since Tuesday to ensure transparency while hearing a high-profile case involving a group of activists accused of subverting State power.
Hu Shigen, leader of an underground church, was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison after being convicted of subverting state power Wednesday.
As a high-profile case involving a group of activists accused of subverting State power was heard in Tianjin, an official of the municipal detention house said that all defendants have been given legal protection in line with laws.
A new judicial interpretation has been issued by the top court to regulate online judicial auctions.
A court in Tianjin sentenced activist Zhai Yanmin to three years in prison with a four-year reprieve on Tuesday for subverting state power.
China's Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) on Wednesday pledged to tighten the crackdown on official misconduct in food and drug safety, taking down the "protective umbrella" shielding criminals.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) plans to reform the Communist Youth League (CYL).
Fishermen illegally operating in waters administered by China are going to face tougher sanctions than being merely driven off, as has been the common practice until now.
China is firmly opposed to and strongly dissatisfied with Japan's defense white paper which is full of lies, defense spokesman Wu Qian said on Tuesday.
Zhai Yanmin, an unemployed resident of Beijing, was sentenced to three years in prison with a four-year reprieve after being found guilty of subverting state power Tuesday.
China opened a large fishing port, the closest one to the Nansha Islands, on Monday to handle fishing vessels working in the South China Sea.