|Police nabs 3,300 for stealing, trading private information on Internet|
China's Ministry of Public Security (MPS) on Sunday said police have seized over 3,300 people for stealing and trading private information of Chinese citizens via the Internet in a national campaign.
|Chinese fighter jets train in West Pacific|
Chinese Air Force spokesman Shen Jinke has announced that more than 40 fighter jets have been sent to conduct high seas training in the western Pacific.
|Tiangong-2 space lab enters preset orbit for docking with manned spacecraft|
Chinese scientists on Sunday maneuvered the country's Tiangong-2 space lab to a preset orbit 393 kilometers above Earth's surface, in preparation for a planned docking with the Shenzhou-11 manned spacecraft set to launch next month.
|China's Fuzhou launches customized taxi service for civil servants|
A public transport company in southern China's Fuzhou city launched taxi and car-rental services exclusively for the city's civil servants and their families. A total of 100 taxis are now available around the city.
|Police investigate into lost girl found on mountain six kilometers away|
A little girl that went missing in Liancheng, Fujian province was found on the mountain near high voltage tower six kilometers away from home, five days after getting lost, according to Xinhua report on September 25, 2016.
|816 Nuclear Military Plant reopens to public|
The 816 Nuclear Military Plant in southwest China's Chongqing municipality has reopened its doors to the public, after a year of modification works.
|Man under arrest for pretending to be ISIS member|
A man in southern China's city of Zhuhai has been arrested by the police and will be held in custody for five days after falsely claiming to be a member of ISIS on his Weibo account and also making posts using the name ISIS, as reported by CZTV.com on Saturday.
|Wuhan police reveal details of escaped prisoner|
A 45-year-old criminal in Wuhan City, central China's Hubei province, escaped prison early Saturday morning.
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