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New Terracotta soldiers unearthed in China

More than 110 terracotta soldiers, unseen for centuries have been unearthed in China by archaeologists. Excavated near to Emperor Qin's mausoleum in the northern city of Xian are thought to be part of an army built to guard the resting place of the first Chinese emperor.

The soldies have taken more than three years to excavate and are thought to be more than 2,000 years old. Along with the new warriors, life-size statues of entertainers or acrobats have also been found.