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Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Mainland China's first-ever law against domestic violence fails to cover some potential victims and has taken too long to pass, campaigners said Monday after it was approved at the weekend.
Monday, December 28, 2015
Authorities investigate head of China Telecom: officials
The head of China Telecom, one of the nation's big three telecoms firms, is under investigation for "severe disciplinary violations," the mainland authorities said Sunday, the latest high-profile target in a corruption crackdown.
Mainland China officially ended its one-child policy on Sunday with the signing into law of a bill allowing all married couples to have a second child as it attempts to cope with an aging population and shrinking workforce.
Mainland China adopted its first counter-terrorism law Sunday after early drafts of the bill attracted strong criticism for provisions that may tighten media controls and threaten the intellectual property of foreign firms.
Chinese mine boss drowns himself after deadly collapse kills 1 person
The owner of a Chinese gypsum mine drowned Sunday after jumping into a well in an apparent suicide during rescue efforts for 17 workers still trapped two days after the mine collapsed and killed one person, state media said.
Sunday, December 27, 2015
China officially ends one child policy: state media
BEIJING - China officially ended its one child policy on Sunday with the signing into law of a bill allowing all married couples to have a second child as it attempts to cope with an ageing population and shrinking workforce.
Chinese mine boss drowns himself after deadly collapse
BEIJING -- The owner of a Chinese gypsum mine drowned Sunday after jumping into a well in an apparent suicide during rescue efforts for 17 workers still trapped two days after the mine collapsed and killed one person, state media said.
Saturday, December 26, 2015
A former top official for China's prosperous southern city of Guangzhou wept in court as he confessed to taking US$17 million in bribes, the court said Friday.
Rescuers were working to pull out six workers and were searching for another 19 after a mine collapsed in the eastern province of Shandong on Friday, authorities said.
Mainland Chinese authorities have refused to renew the press credentials of a French journalist, effectively expelling her, unless she recants one of her stories, the reporter told AFP Friday, the first such case since 2012.
  
  
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