China targets woman general as graft investigation widens: report

December 4, 2014 3:32 AM

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BEIJING (Reuters) - China's military is investigating another top officer in its widening crackdown on corruption, a woman major-general with a senior post at an army university, financial news magazine Caixin reported on Thursday.

Gao Xiaoyan, Communist Party boss of the discipline committee at the People's Liberation Army Information Engineering University, was taken away by military investigators on Nov. 27 and her house searched and sealed off, Caixin said.

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