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At a Glance
    2017-August-1  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Official demoted

YANG HUANNING, former head of the State Administration of Work Safety, has lost his post for severely violating the Party’s code of conduct, China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said on its website yesterday morning.

The commission said Yang, 60, violated the frugality rules and abused his power to seek profit for himself.

He was also found to have deviated from the Party’s principles on some major issues.

5 dead

FIVE people were killed in a car accident in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, local authorities said Sunday.

The accident happened in Xundian County around

1:14 p.m. when a car, carrying 5 people along a section of Chongdai Highway, lost control and fell from a bridge.

Student sentenced to jail

A FEMALE university student who had sold drugs through the social messaging platform WeChat has been sentenced to five months in a detention center, a Beijing court announced yesterday.

According to Beijing Third Intermediate Court, the suspect, surnamed Liu, was a student at a university in Hebei Province. She had posted information about marijuana sales on WeChat.

Liu was sentenced for the crime of drug trafficking.

Fund to ease traffic jams

THE World Bank has decided to allocate a fund for seven major Chinese cities to help them ease traffic congestion by reducing the number of private cars on the road and improving public transport.

A total of US$32.73 million will be granted to cities including Beijing, Tianjin, Ningbo, Nanchang and Shenzhen via the institution’s trust-funded program on environmental protection, named the Global Environment Facility (GEF).

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