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12-09-13, 18:05
yeqindin beri Engiliye London shehiridiki On nechce muzeyim hitaylar zakaz qilghan orghilar arqiliq nurghun qedimqi (qash teshi,altundin,kumushtin,)yasalghan qedimi buyumlar, hazirqi bahasi nahayiti yuquri asare-retiqilar oghurlinip ketken,9-ayning 9-kuni tutulghan gumandarlarning London saqchisigha dep berishiche :hitaylar alahide zakaz qilghan asare-retiqilerni nishan qilip , muzeyimning temini bir metir dairiside partlitip nurghun qimmetlik buyumlarni elip chiqip ketken,tutulghanlar 52kishi bolup 20yashtin 62 yashghichiken,OGHURLINIP CHIQQAN alahide mallar yiraq sheriqning dolni-vostok digen sheherliride hitaylargha bir qolda pul bir qolda mal halette otkuzuldiken.

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12-09-13, 19:24
Yeqinda firansiyening paytehti parizda nurghun dangliq muzeyimlirigha KIRIDIGHAN BILET made in china dep hitaydin alahide yasilip kelgen sahta-yalghan ekiskursiye qilidighan bilet bolup bayqalghan hem kopligen nusqa hitaydin besilip kelidiken,rast bilet bolsa bir yil unum etiwarliqqa ige iken,hitayning turkumlep kiliwatqan sewiyisi towen oluk diqqan hunuk chiray SAYAHETchiliri yalghan bilet bilen aldamchiliq qilip firansiye hokumitige eghir iqtisadi ziyan salghan.Bu tegi-tegidin saqtipez ,yiltizidin jia,dunyada jemi nersini yeydighan hitaylar yer sharining hemmila yerida keng -kolemde sesighili bashlidi.Bular sesitip puratmighan AFRIQA,YUVROPA,ASIYA WE BASHQA QIT'ELER qalmidi.Uyghur maqale -temsili:sesiq kotum bilen barliq kolni sesitimen!Yer sharida men hitay(hanzu,hamsu) Wanglequan bolidikenmen barliq yer sharining hemme bulung-pushqaqlirini sesitimen.dep pehirlinip digen uyghurlarni qattiq qanliq bashturghan waqitlirida.

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13-09-13, 15:17
12 September 2013 Last updated at 11:54

Twenty suspects held after museum theft raids are bailedPolice raiding homes at Smithy Fen in Cambridgeshire Officers from 26 forces took part in Tuesday's raids
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Police investigating thefts of "priceless items" from museums and auction houses in England have bailed all 20 people they arrested.

Officers from 26 forces and the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) carried out dawn raids on Tuesday.

Seven people were bailed on Wednesday and 13 were released earlier.

The 20 men and women from Essex, Cambridgeshire, London, Nottingham, Sussex, Walsall and Northern Ireland have all been bailed until January.

The 40 co-ordinated police raids were made in connection with six burglaries involving the theft of Chinese artefacts and a rhinoceros horn, over a four-month period in 2012.

Heritage crime

Three of them took place at Durham University's Oriental Museum, one at Gorringes Auction House in East Sussex and one each at Norwich Castle Museum and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge in April last year.

Several high-value items are still missing, police said, including 18 mainly jade Chinese artefacts taken from the Cambridge museum, and thought to be worth up to 15m.

So far, eight people have been convicted and jailed for a total of more than 40 years for their roles in the six break-ins.

A jade vase and recumbent buffalo and horse Items from various Chinese dynasties taken from the Fitzwilliam Museum are among those still missing
The 20 people arrested on Tuesday were detained on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary, apart from a 54-year-old woman who was arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice and assisting an offender.

Eight people aged between 20 and 54 were detained in London.

Four men aged between 24 and 56 were arrested at a travellers' site in Cambridge.

In Northern Ireland, three men aged between 43 and 59 were held.

Two men aged 28 and 54 were arrested in Basildon.

A 32-year-old man from Walsall, a 60-year-old man from Sussex and a 67-year-old man from Nottingham were also detained by police.

During the raids officers seized cars, cash, suspected stolen property and documents.

They have not yet been able to say whether any items missing after the museum thefts last year were found.

The Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) has set up a working group to crack down on the increase in heritage crime, and to share intelligence and crime prevention advice.

The group includes police officers, English Heritage and other partners in the arts and museum sector.



yeqindin beri Engiliye London shehiridiki On nechce muzeyim hitaylar zakaz qilghan orghilar arqiliq nurghun qedimqi (qash teshi,altundin,kumushtin,)yasalghan qedimi buyumlar, hazirqi bahasi nahayiti yuquri asare-retiqilar oghurlinip ketken,9-ayning 9-kuni tutulghan gumandarlarning London saqchisigha dep berishiche :hitaylar alahide zakaz qilghan asare-retiqilerni nishan qilip , muzeyimning temini bir metir dairiside partlitip nurghun qimmetlik buyumlarni elip chiqip ketken,tutulghanlar 52kishi bolup 20yashtin 62 yashghichiken,OGHURLINIP CHIQQAN alahide mallar yiraq sheriqning dolni-vostok digen sheherliride hitaylargha bir qolda pul bir qolda mal halette otkuzuldiken.