An initial investigation shows the mobsters belong to a group engaged in violent and terror acts, Tianshan said, adding further investigation is under way.
Another Chinese national was among the 170 injured in the Boston bombing, the Chinese consulate said.
Three explosions have killed at least three and injured hundreds at Boston, local media said.
The statement follows an agreement signed yesterday between Taiwan and Japan, which would allow Taiwanese fishermen to fish in a larger area of disputed waters in the East
A key highlight of Mr Xi's visit is China helping Tanzania build a port connecting the African country to Chinese, Middle Eastern and European markets, said the 21st Century Business Herald.
"Many issues that used to trouble China-U.S. relations were resolved through the development of bilateral ties, and it will be the same case in the future," Li said.
Li vowed to clamp down bureaucracy by cutting government workforce and branches, as well as slashing the over-1700 processes requiring government approval by a third.
Nearly 3,000 NPC deputies voted to approve the nomination of Li, by newly-elected President Xi Jinping, as the candidate for premier at the ongoing parliament session.
Xi was elected president of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and chairman of the Central Military Commission of the PRC at the NPC session here on Thursday.
Yu told CPPCC members not to intimate Western political systems under any circumstances in a speech closing this year's session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
Among the vice chairpersons was Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People's Bank of China.
Under the new plan, the number of ministries under the State Council will be reduced to 25 from 27, with some dismantled including the Ministry of Railways and several others restructured such as the country's energy
The resolution came after North Korea launched its third nuclear test last month and threats to end a 60-year old armistice that brought to a halt to the Korean War
According to WP’s transcript, Shinzo Abe said China is taking action by coercion or intimidation, both in the South China Sea and the East China Sea, in order to gain natural resources for their economy.
According to the Korea Central Daily News, China may launch initial sanctions against North Korea by itself, including suspending part of projects at the Rajin-Sonbong special economic zone
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