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By Cao Yin ( China Daily )
Updated:2014-12-03 07:45:19
Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallChina has stepped up its fight against corrupt officials and those near them, judicial experts said, after a Beijing court sentenced the mistress of a former railway official on Tuesday.Luo Fei, the mistress of Zhang Shuguang, former deputy chief engineer of the transport bureau under what was then the ministry of railways – now China Railway Corp – was sentenced to five years in prison for bribery, Beijing Legal Evening News reported on Tuesday. Beijing No 2 Intermediate Peoples Court said that Luo helped Zhang accept and hide at least 1.98 million yuan ($322,000) in bribes. Luo pleaded guilty at a trial in November 2013, according to the report.Luo, who was a singer in a railway arts group, did not appeal to a higher court after the judgment was announced, the report said.8.03KHot Words新型亚洲安全观(xin xing ya zhou an quan guan)China and JapanBaby princeFerry disasterBig BeijingMalaysian flightCrimeaAnti-corruptionSmogSex educationPhotoReclusive old men in the Qinling MountainsForum Trends: Is college worth it?2014 Yearender: Key words in the fight against corruption6 Internet finance tools in ChinaCulture Insider: Rare porcelains with high pricesBlacksmith couples ordinary but happy life in townChinaBusinessRegionalWorldSports2014 Yearender: Key words in the fight against corruptionReclusive old men in the Qinling MountainsBeijing subway soon to welcome guide dogsChina intensifies check on journalistic conductDerailed train crashes into residences in S ChinaChildren die in school bus accidentTibet to launch air quality indexGiant ape statues stun locals in NE ChinaHIV victims benefit from TCM projectChina to boost UN fund by $6m in Ebola warBeijing tightens rules for airportsSafety push targets driving offensesConcept cars world premieres at LA auto showMake childhood dream come trueHigh school teacher makes glowing BumblebeeChina to drive mobile computing push globally, says IDC reportPetroChina to lead shale gas project in ChongqingXiaomi steps into cloud sectorIntel launches $1.6b upgrade at Chengdu chip factoryServices get a lift from constructionRetail takes on a whole new experience to attract buyersPublic-private partnership center OKdE-game champion launches Cherys Arrizo 3Chinas strategy will spark global innovationWorld Family Summit launchesChinese city programs win awards in BarcelonaSolving the worlds problem with thick miningBrand USA promotes tourism in HarbinChangchun: playing in the snowNon-ferrous metal industry, a highlight of Inner MongoliaBeijing hosts inauguration ceremony of World AIDS Day activityQiannian Qingcheng a hit in HohhotLenovo promotes cloud program in HarbinGehua enters an era of cloud computingChina Ocean Economy Expo 2014Entrepreneur contest in BeijingPrince Harry joins in fun at ICAP charity dayCricketer Phillip Hughes laid to rest in hometownPrince Harry joins in fun at ICAP charity dayS African presidents trip to China boosts bilateral ties11th Sierra Leonean doctor infected with EbolaChina, Indonesia bust transnational drug chain2014 likely to be record warmest yearIraq official: Arrested woman not IS leaders wifeGiant panda delivers twins at western Japan zooIndian women at risk in mental institutionsJapan launches 2nd asteroid sample return missionNATO to step up support to UkraineAustralia bids farewell to Hughes in hometown funeralThree Chinese named FINA Athletes of Year 2014Agassi shockingly uncomfortableCilic predicts another new Slam winner next yearGuangzhou eyes Fred moveChinas Ding ranked No 1 in world snookerCricketer Phillip Hughes laid to rest in hometownAustralia bids farewell to HughesFIFA to better moniter racism at World CupPyongyang pining for Messi visitTiger makes comeback at own eventBach sure Blatter will keep his word over Qatar CupTodays Top News2014 likely to be record warmest yearFrance to assist in hunt for corruption suspectsConstitution Day:Why it mattersChild trafficking crackdownSmoking bans should includee-cigarettes, campaigners sayUS startup a good fit for rising China electronics playerVideoWhen Families Lose Their Only ChildMost PopularSpecialBeijing subway: more than fareBehind the glamour – poverty in ChinaColumnsRaymond ZhouOp RanaBerlin FangZhu YuanHuang XiangyangChen Weihua…| About China Daily | Advertise on Site | Contact Us | Job Offer | Expat Employment |Copyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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