Link to Police regret ‘wrong news’ in snack case

Police regret ‘wrong news’ in snack case

Police in Hunan Province yesterday apologized yesterday for publishing the “wrong news” about a villager who was detained for his role in a street dispute with vendors of a popular snack known as qiegao. Peddlers with qiegao [file photo] Police in Yueyang City yesterday apologized...

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Link to Fight against economic crime needs cooperation

Fight against economic crime needs cooperation

Majority of cross-border fraud cases originate in Southeast Asia countries Beijing judges and experts said China urgently needs to reach agreements with other countries on legal cooperation to curb cross-border economic crimes. Since 2003, Beijing No 2 Intermediate People’s Court has dealt with 118 cases...

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Police return stolen goods to crime victims

A man gets his cash back during a police event in Bozhou city of East China’s Anhui province on Oct 24, 2012. A total of 5 million yuan ($799,000) in cash, 2 million yuan in Chinese traditional medicine and more than 100 vehicles (electric bicycles,...

Link to Online gun-selling network busted in China

Online gun-selling network busted in China

A policeman stands guard as illegal firearms are set on fire in Taizhou, Zhejiang province in this June 12, 2012 file photo. [Photo by Pan Kanjun/Asianewsphoto] BEIJING – Chinese police have busted a serious online gun and ammunition-selling network, according to an announcement by the...

Link to Wang Lijun sentenced to 15 years in jail

Wang Lijun sentenced to 15 years in jail

Wang, Chongqing’s former vice-mayor and police chief, was charged with several crimes and received a combined punishment for all offences. The verdict was announced by the Chengdu City Intermediate People’s Court in Southwest China’s Sichuan province. Wang admits coverup, bribery, defection Wang Lijun stood trial...

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Link to Mental health of police in deadly fight under question

Mental health of police in deadly fight under question

Local police in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, may disarm police officers who are mentally unstable following the shooting death and suicide involving two of their own earlier this month, reported the Guangzhou-based Southern Metropolis Daily over the weekend. The Shenzhen Public Security Bureau declined to comment...

Link to A crash course in fraud

A crash course in fraud

A repair shop worker fixes a van on July 24 after a rainstorm hit Beijing. Photo: CFP Car accidents can be frustrating occasions. Between the hassles of dealing with compensation and fixing the car, most wish they had just avoided crashing in the first place....

Link to Suspect stands trial on Mekong killings

Suspect stands trial on Mekong killings

Prime gang suspect faces charges in court, reports Zhang Yan in Kunming, Yunnan province.   The story begins at the start of 2011, when two Chinese cargo ships refused to pay protection money to a large drug-trafficking gang on the Mekong River. In both cases,...

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Brothels searched in Wenzhou

The police in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, made a sudden search on a community close to local railway station to clean the prostitutes and organizers on the night of Sept 12, capturing about 20 people.      

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Link to Police question pair over PKU performance art

Police question pair over PKU performance art

Two people were questioned for several hours by police in Haidian district Monday after they attempted to stage a  performance art piece outside Peking University (PKU). Campaigner Cheng Shuaishuai, 22, from Henan Province, planned the performance along with two female volunteers to draw attention to...

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