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China vice police minister sacked: Communist Party

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A senior official in China's Ministry of Public Security has been sacked for "disciplinary violations", state media said Wednesday, the latest target in a corruption crackdown by the ruling Communist Party.  

Chinese Communist Party Congress spokesman Li Dongsheng speaks at a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on October 14, 2007

Li Dongsheng, formerly a vice minister of public security, was removed from his various posts for "severe violations of discipline", according to an official circular reported by the state Xinhua agency.

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