China's Xi Jinping cements his status with historic resolution
The Chinese Communist Party has passed a "historical resolution", cementing Xi Jinping's status in political history.
The document, a summary of the party's 100-year history, addresses its key achievements and future directions.
It is only the third of its kind since the founding of the party - the first was passed by Mao Zedong in 1945 and the second by Deng Xiaoping in 1981.
It was passed on Thursday at the sixth plenary session, one of China's most important political meetings.
As only the third Chinese leader to have issued...