From BBC News
A former Chinese army general has been given a suspended death sentence for crimes including bribery, abuse of power and misuse of public funds.
Gu Junshan is one of the highest-ranking officers to be tried since the president's crackdown on corruption in the military. He had power over procurement and contracts. His misuse of funds was "immense", an official said.
Suspended death sentences are usually commuted to life imprisonment in China.