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Chief prosecutor in murder case of ousted top Chinese official Bo Xilai's wife found dead
Yahoo! UK and Ireland

Chief prosecutor in murder case of ousted top Chinese official...

(Reuters) Gu Kailai (C), wife of ousted Chinese Communist Party Politburo member Bo Xilai, stands at the defendant's dock during a trial in the court room at Hefei Intermediate People's Court in this still image taken from video August 20, 2012. ... Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 21 hours ago
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Secrecy contrasts with Bo trial

Analysts said that officials likely feared Zhou "might do what Bo Xilai did, to take back the confessions he has made, to issue an open challenge to the authorities." Xinhua news agency said the trial was "not open" because some of the facts of ...
 Hong Kong Standard1 month ago Bo Xilai's close aide kept list of officials' 'dirty secrets'  Business Standard2 months ago Bo Xilai's close aide kept list of officials' 'dirty secrets'  Zee News2 months ago

Bo Guagua posts pic of his dad on Facebook as Father's Day protest

The photo Bo Guagua posted with his father Bo Xilai for Father's Day. Bo Guagua is now 27. (Internet photo) On Fathers' Day, June 21, Bo Guagua, the playboy son of disgraced former Chongqing Communist Party secretary Bo Xilai, changed his ...
 Want China Times1 month ago

Bo Xilai bankroller Shide Group CEO Xu Ming released

Xu Ming in an undated photo. (Photo/China Times) The former CEO of Dalian-based building materials supplier Shide Group, Xu Ming, believed to have bankrolled disgraced former Politburo member and Chongqing party chief Bo Xilai, was released June ...
 Want China Times1 month ago

CPC urges officials to learn from "negative examples" in anti-graft campaign

BEIJING, July 27 (Xinhua) -- A Communist Party of China (CPC) authority has told the country's officials to take lessons from the corruption cases of senior officials such as Zhou Yongkang and Ling Jihua. In a circular issued by the organization ...
 Xinhua News Agency3 days ago XINHUA - CPC urges officials to learn from "negative examples" in anti-graft campaign  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago
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Epoch Times

Crony to Former Security Boss in China Suddenly Purged

The anti-corruption campaign in China led by Communist Party leader Xi Jinping shows no signs of slowing down, with the recent removal of a provincial official who once penned a self-criticism letter while the Party boss himself looked on. Zhou ...
 Epoch Times3 days ago Mapping Xi Jinping's Anti-Corruption Campaign  World Policy Institute1 week ago Can Obama provide hammer to nail graft suspects?  The Star (Kenya)1 week ago Will the Chinese anti-corruption campaign succeed?  Observer India3 weeks ago
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Chinese Police Arrest 44 Who Attempted to Sue Former Regime Leader

Chinese communist authorities have arrested several dozen Chinese who attempted to lodge legal complaints against the former Party leader Jiang Zemin, according to an overseas rights group. The campaign to pressure Chinese authorities to indict ...
 Epoch Times3 days ago

Corruption: What Zim can learn from China

China has over the years tightened it's foothold in Africa. Evidence of China's involvement on the continent is becoming ever so apparent. From children learning Mandarin in school to imposing physical structures built by the Chinese — the new ...
 Zimbabwe Standard4 days ago

How vulnerable is China's market?

China's stock market has been volatile lately, adversely affecting the fortunes of its small investors, who number in the millions. I will come to that later, but first let me focus on how Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) has fared since ...
 Taipei Times Online4 days ago How vulnerable is China?  Daily Times1 week ago
Melbourne Age

Was Politics Behind the Resignation of Top Chinese Official's Son?

On July 20 it was reported that Liu Lefei, the son of one of the most powerful communist officials in China, had quietly resigned from his post at a major insurance firm. The reason? Work-related reasons, the reports said, shedding no light on the ...
 Epoch Times5 days ago China charges former top aide: Ling Jihua latest in 'New Gang of Four'  Melbourne Age1 week ago China charges former top aide  The Land Australia1 week ago
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