National crackdown on gang crimes: Xi Jinping meets crimefighters

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday met with representatives of those honored for their outstanding work in China’s campaign to fight organized and gang-related crimes.

Beijing began a three-year campaign against gangs and officials who shelter criminal organizations in January 2018. According to official statistics, 3,600 mafia-like groups have been busted over the past three years – 1.3 times the total over the previous decade.

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