China reveals more than 100 new Terracotta Warriors

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Chinese archaeologists have unearthed nearly 120 new terracotta warriors built 2000 years ago to guard the first Chinese emperor Qin Shihuang's tomb.

Along with the new warriors, life-size statues of entertainers or acrobats have also been found.

Xiaoyun Yao reports.

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