USA: Chinese anger over stolen Terracotta warrior thumb

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Chinese authorities have demanded "severe punishment" for a man who allegedly stole the thumb of a terracotta warrior statue on display in the US, Chinese state media report.

The 2,000-year-old statue, worth $4.5m (£3.2m), is one of 10 on loan to the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

Last week, Michael Rohana was charged with theft and concealment of a major artwork, and later released on bail.

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