In this image made from China Central Television video, former Chinese Railways Minister Liu Zhijun speaks at a courtroom in Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People's Court in Beijing Sunday, June 9, 2013. Liu admitted his guilt and sought leniency Sunday at his trial on corruption charges, one of the country's highest-level graft cases in years. Liu, 60, who oversaw Railways Ministry's high-profile bullet train development, has been accused of taking massive bribes and steering lucrative projects to associates. The case is seen as an indicator of how top-level officials might fare in an anti-corruption campaign that Chinese leader Xi Jinping has vowed will target both high and low officials. (AP Photo/CCTV via AP Video) CHINA OUT, TV OUT

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In this image made from China Central Television video, former Chinese Railways Minister Liu Zhijun speaks at a courtroom in Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People's Court in Beijing Sunday, June 9, 2013. Liu admitted his guilt and sought leniency Sunday at his trial on corruption charges, one of the country's highest-level graft cases in years. Liu, 60, who oversaw Railways Ministry's high-profile bullet train development, has been accused of taking massive bribes and steering lucrative projects to associates. The case is seen as an indicator of how top-level officials might fare in an anti-corruption campaign that Chinese leader Xi Jinping has vowed will target both high and low officials. (AP Photo/CCTV via AP Video)  CHINA OUT, TV OUT
In this image made from China Central Television video, former Chinese Railways Minister Liu Zhijun speaks at a courtroom in Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People's Court in Beijing Sunday, June 9, 2013. Liu admitted his guilt and sought leniency Sunday at his trial on corruption charges, one of the country's highest-level graft cases in years. Liu, 60, who oversaw Railways Ministry's high-profile bullet train development, has been accused of taking massive bribes and steering lucrative projects to associates. The case is seen as an indicator of how top-level officials might fare in an anti-corruption campaign that Chinese leader Xi Jinping has vowed will target both high and low officials. (AP Photo/CCTV via AP Video) CHINA OUT, TV OUT
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