Chinese Communist "princeling" Bo Xilai, expected by many to take a key leadership position in the leadership transition of 2012, was expelled from the Communist Party in September after a career that saw him as Mayor of Dalian City, Minister of Commerce and Party Chief of the Chongqing municipality. His wife Gu Kailai received a suspended death sentence in August 2012 for murdering British business partner Neil Heywood.
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We will continue to follow the concept that regional affairs should be managed by countries in the region
President Hu Jintao, ahead of the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation summit
We are not going to win every game we play
Hong Kong football coach Ernie Merrick confronts expectations ahead of tonight's game against Vietnam in Mong Kok
It will be something between a secret trial and a semi-open public trial, but even then it will be difficult to control entirely
An analyst on china speculates on the fate of former leader Bo Xilai (pictured)