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Chengdu : China | over 1 year ago
During the trial, the former police chief, Wang Lijun, confessed to the most serious charge against him, defection, and did not contest the other three charges abuse of power, taking...
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Bo Xilai scandal: China's Gu Kailai on trial for Neil Heywood death

合肥市中级人民法院开庭审理薄谷开来涉嫌毒杀伍德案China morning round-up: Gu Kailai murder trial As Gu Kailai's trial begins in eastern Hefei city, mainland Chinese media remains quiet on the case. The lawyer wife of disgraced top politician Bo Xilai is facing charges of murdering British businessman Neil Heywood. The wife of former high-flying Chinese politician Bo Xilai has gone on trial charged with murdering British businessman Neil Heywood. Gu Kailai is accused of poisoning Mr Heywood in 2011 in Chongqing, where her husband was the Communist party head. State media has called the case against her and an aide "substantial". The country is preparing to install a new generation of leaders, and Bo Xilai had once been seen as a strong contender for one of the top jobs. He was sacked in March and is currently under investigation for unspecified "disciplinary violations". The BBC's John Sudworth says some Chinese leaders are said to welcome the demise of such an openly ambitious colleague, but the case still needs careful handling for fear it might taint the Communist Party itself. 'Irrefutable evidence' Ms Gu, 53, who is a well-known lawyer, is being tried in the city of Hefei. Dozens of uniformed and plain-clothes police were stationed around the court building, at which a convoy of black cars was seen arriving on Thursday morning. Continue reading the main story British diplomats are being allowed to witness the trial but journalists will not be attending. Ms Gu is being <b>...</b>
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