Beijing has beaten its target this year for replacing coal-fired boilers with those using cleaner natural gas and electricity, just in time for the beginning of the heating season.
Many border areas in China have deployed an integrated frontier monitoring system consisting of advanced radars and unmanned aircraft, a designer of the system said.
The names of five officials and judicial personnel were made public on Friday as they had interfered in judicial cases.
China is willing to deepen pragmatic cooperation with Liberia and help it to develop and reduce poverty, Premier Li Keqiang said when meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in Beijing on Thursday.
Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou said that both sides of the Straits should work toward lowering hostility, broadening communication and deepening interaction.
A State Council meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang decides to speed up the restructuring of loss-making State-owned enterprises.
A total of 627 fugitives have been captured since "Fox Hunt 2015" began in April, the Ministry of Public Security said on Wednesday.
State Councilor and Minister of National Defense Chang Wanquan has said that the so-called freedom of navigation issue in the South China Sea is "a false proposition", and therefore it cannot be taken as "an excuse for provocations".
Highly skilled managers on larger farms are seen as key to increased productivity to feed the nation.
A lost ancient state in Jiangxi province was unveiled to the public on Wednesday, when major archaeological breakthroughs were announced at a news conference in the provincial capital of Nanchang.
A "pileup" of births is expected in the first three to five years after the universal two-child policy takes effect, resulting in two to five million more newborns each year over the time frame, according to experts' estimations.
Policies such as interest rate cuts and lower down payments for first-time buyers are believed to have stimulated purchasing demand in the two cities.