Wang Qingchu

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Arson suspect caught by police after KTV inferno kills 18, injures 5

Liu Chunlu, who was alleged to have set fire to a KTV bar in Qingyuan, Guangdong Province, killing 18 and injuring 5 early Tuesday morning, has been captured by police.
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Reward offered in search for murder suspect

Police in northeast China's Dalian City are offering up to 100,000 yuan (US$15,900) for information that could lead to the arrest of a murder suspect, police said on Wednesday.
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Professor suspended from recruiting new students following suicide scandal

Wuhan University of Technology professor faces pressure after improper "father-son" relationship leads to student's suicide.
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Video platform warned over 'vulgar' content

A heavyweight news portal and a popular live-streaming site were called to meet with authorities over illegal, violent or vulgar content recently.
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China's 'Jack the Ripper' sentenced to death

A serial killer was sentenced to death for raping and murdering 11 women in Gansu and neighboring Inner Mongolia between 1988 and 2002, a court announced on Friday.
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CCDI vows long-term fight against undesirable conduct

China's top anti-graft agency warned of a relapse of undesirable conduct among Party and government officials and vowed long-term action.
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Former vice mayor sentenced to death for corruption

The former vice mayor of a city in Shanxi Province has been sentenced to death for taking bribes of more than 1 billion yuan (US$159 million). 
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Pair detained for Japanese military uniform stunt

Two men will be detained for 15 days for wearing Japanese military uniforms and posing in front of a historic war site in Nanjing, local police said Friday.
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Nanjing police investigate 'clowns' in Japanese military uniforms

Police in Jiangsu Province have started an investigation after two people wearing Japanese World War II military uniforms posed for photos at a famous war site in Nanjing.
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May's China visit a dose of golden sunshine through protectionist haze

British Prime Minister Theresa May's first official visit to China has affirmed that both countries will seek stronger partnership in free trade and in tackling global challenges
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