The state-run telecoms giant says in a Canadian lawsuit that former executive Li Xiangdong is living in Vancouver with his wife, both having fled China in 2010.
Retired food official Xu Ming to face graft charges but it is not known if his case is related to disgraced former mentor.
Dropping prosecution of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor would be a high-profile setback for the Justice Department’s China Initiative.
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Most cases have originated from a single seafood market and health workers are still trying to identify virus responsible.
Current and former chief editors arrested on Wednesday as more than 200 police take part in morning raids; ex-Apple Daily editor already in custody among the seven.
The US confirms it applied for visas for 18 officials to attend Winter Games to give American athletes and personnel ‘consular and diplomatic security services’.
Federal jury in Boston reaches verdict in case of Professor Charles Lieber after less than three hours of deliberation.
A new institute devoted to anti-corruption and anti-laundering efforts seeks to repair a reputation tainted by the ‘Vancouver model’ of Chinese money smuggling.
There is growing anger in Washington towards giant American corporations that have paid billions to sponsor the Games and stayed silent on China’s human rights record.
Cong Peiwu says that a ban would ‘send a strong signal’ to Chinese investors and companies that Canada was not conducive to business.