At 3:28 am this morning, the official microblog of Laohekou Public Security Bureau of Hubei Province issued a police notice:
At 19:50 on August 2, the command center of Laohekou Public Security Bureau received a report from the masses that a 7-year-old girl living in Lilou town had not returned home that afternoon. After receiving the police, the public security organs attached great importance to the investigation and investigation immediately, and set up a special class to search for the girl’s whereabouts through various measures.
After several days of visits and careful investigation, the suspect Gao (male, 57 years old, from Laohekou City) was arrested on the evening of August 5. After interrogation, Gao confessed truthfully the fact that he killed the girl.
At present, the case is under further investigation.
Antecedents of the case
A 7-year-old girl left behind in Xiangyang, Hubei Province, has been missing for three days. Her family members say her neighbor walked over the wall when the police dog was following her
According to media reports, on August 5, Guoguo, a 7-year-old left behind girl in Laohekou City, Xiangyang, Hubei Province, disappeared for three days at her home. Family members said that when police dogs searched the house of a divorced villager living alone, the villager walked over the wall. Village officials said that villagers who walked over the wall did not rule out other things and could not judge whether it was related to the girl’s disappearance. At present, the police are still searching for the missing girl and villagers.
According to Reuters, Indian Prime Minister modi made a surprise visit to Liecheng in Ladakh area of the Sino Indian border on the 3rd to meet with Indian troops stationed there. On January 1, China and India reached a consensus to organize front-line troops in batches to “break away from contact” in the conflict zone of the Galvan valley. Experts on Sino Indian issues told the global times that modi’s visit was intended to ease criticism from the outside world, and at the same time partially divert domestic attention from dissatisfaction with the government’s poor anti epidemic efforts and economic downturn.
This is the first time that members of the Security Committee of the Indian cabinet visited the border area after physical clashes between Chinese and Indian officers and soldiers occurred in the border area on the evening of June 15, resulting in casualties. It is reported that during the visit, modi listened to a briefing by senior officers on the local situation. Modi’s entourage included Indian defense chief of staff Rawat and army commander-in-chief naravan. Indian Defense Minister Singh, who had planned to visit Ladakh, was not on the list.
Prior to this, China and India reached a consensus to organize front-line forces to “break away from contact” in batches and take effective measures to cool down the situation in the border areas. But it is clear that the impact of the Sino Indian border conflict has not been eliminated. India’s Ministry of power has asked Indian companies to obtain government permission to import power equipment and components from China, Reuters reported Wednesday. In June 29th, China’s Ministry of information technology announced that 59 Chinese App tiktok including WeChat and jitter should be banned.
Qian Feng, director of the research department of the National Institute of strategic studies at Tsinghua University, told the global times on March 3 that modi’s visit to border areas first showed his consistent image of “strong man” on issues related to national security, intended to ease criticism and accusations from the outside world, and at the same time partially divert domestic attention from dissatisfaction with the government’s inability to fight the epidemic and the economic downturn. Secondly, modi’s visit to the front-line generals and soldiers to inspire the morale of the army. At the same time, he can directly understand the deployment and preparation of the front-line, listen to the suggestions and views of the front-line commanders on the current situation, so as to prepare for the next step. The move also shows that modi has shown China and the international community that although India is willing to ease the border situation through bilateral mechanisms and diplomatic dialogue, his determination to safeguard national sovereignty and territory is firm.
At a press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on July 3, Zhao Lijian also gave a reply on modi’s sudden visit to China India border areas. Zhao Lijian said that at present, China and India are conducting dialogue and communication on easing the current situation through military and diplomatic channels. Under such circumstances, neither party should take any action that may complicate the border situation.
Novel coronavirus pneumonia is the most common case in India, and the most serious outbreak is New Delhi, capital city. At the same time, India has suffered the worst locust disaster in 30 years.
From 0:00 to 24:00 on May 27, 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps reported 2 newly confirmed cases, all of which were imported cases from abroad (1 from Shanghai and 1 from Fujian); no new deaths; no new suspected cases.
On the same day, 8 cases were cured, 368 close contacts were removed from medical observation, and 1 case of severe cases was reduced.
46 confirmed cases (no severe cases) and 4 suspected cases were imported from abroad. There were 1734 confirmed cases and 1688 discharged cases.
As of 24:00 on May 27, according to the reports of 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps, there are 73 confirmed cases (including 4 severe cases), 78288 cured and discharged cases, 4634 dead cases, 82995 confirmed cases and 5 suspected cases. There were 743799 close contacts and 5641 close contacts still under medical observation.
31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps reported 23 new cases of asymptomatic infection (no foreign input); no transfer to confirmed cases on the same day; 14 cases of medical observation on the same day (3 cases of foreign input). 413 cases of asymptomatic infection (24 cases imported from abroad) were still under medical observation.
A total of 1552 confirmed cases have been reported from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. Among them, 1066 cases were discharged from Hong Kong SAR (1034 cases, 4 deaths), 45 cases were discharged from Macao SAR, 441 Cases were discharged from Taiwan SAR (419 cases, 7 deaths).
The Mausoleum Museum of the first emperor of Qin revealed Wednesday that it carried out a detailed archaeological investigation and exploration of the mausoleum on the west side of the outer city of the mausoleum. More than 20 ancient tombs, 120 ash pits, 4 pottery kilns and 4 ancient river beds were found. 14 burial pits have been found. A tomb unearthed the earliest single gold camel in China. (source: China new Internet)
Among them, there are 9 large tombs, 4 in the East are in the middle shape, close to the mausoleum of the first emperor of Qin; 5 in the West are in the shape of a, slightly away from the mausoleum of Qin. At the same time, a circle of complete trenches was found around the three A-shaped tombs in the westernmost group, in the shape of “eyes”. This is the unique, largest and most complete tomb with trenches found in the Qin mausoleum area.
From the point of view of location, the East-West arrangement of these tombs has certain regularity, which is formed by intentional planning and arrangement, and its era should be the same period. The eastern part of a medium shaped tomb is only more than 100 meters away from the outer city of the Qin mausoleum, which indicates that the owner of the tomb is closely related to the first emperor of Qin. It is suspected that it is a group of large-scale burial tombs on the west side of the first emperor of Qin’s mausoleum. At that time, it was initially believed that the time was about the late Warring States Han Dynasty.
At present, a large-scale tomb excavated is about 440 meters away from the west side of the outer city of the mausoleum of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty, with a plane of “middle” shape; there are three rectangular burial pits on both sides of the North-South tomb path; there are discontinuous ditch remains on the South and west side of the tomb. The natural river bed in the East and the man-made trenches in the West and South surrounded the tombs, forming a relatively complete independent cemetery.
The opening of the tomb is under the ploughing soil layer, and the southern tomb path and chamber break the black ridge soil layer widely distributed in the Qinling area. The central part of the tomb collapsed seriously. In the process of collapse, the steps of the tomb wall are less affected, and the rammed earth layer in the tomb is broken at the edge of the steps. According to the corresponding relationship of Rammed Soil layer, the depth of Rammed Soil Layer in the center of the tomb is larger than that of the opening soil layer. It can be confirmed that there is earth sealing in the tomb, and the height is not less than 7 meters. Five robber holes were found in the tomb, three of which entered the tomb.
The bottom of the tomb covers an area of 116 square meters, with a two-story platform and a height of 3.8 meters. The bottom of the original tomb is paved with charcoal, with keel on it, floor on the keel, coffin on the floor, and charcoal with thickness of no less than 40 cm on it. The south is thick and the north is thin, and then it is backfilled with coarse ramming, and the upper part is fine ramming. After the collapse, the thickness of the deposit below the charcoal layer of the tomb is 0.2-0.8m. The coffin is located in the middle and south of the tomb, surrounded by ambulatory, with side boxes on the outside, where a large number of pottery, bronze, jade and a small number of gold and silver, iron and so on. The central coffin is still under further cleaning.
According to reports, according to the location of the tomb, the shape of the tomb and the unearthed objects, it can be inferred that the tomb age belongs to the Qin Dynasty after the unification of the Qin Dynasty. The tombs in the west of the mausoleum of the first emperor of Qin should belong to a planned high-level burial area for nobles in the mausoleum of the first emperor of Qin. Most of the tombs are surrounded by ditches and natural rivers, forming a relatively independent cemetery. The owner of the tombs is closely related to the first emperor of Qin.
The tomb is the largest, the highest and the best preserved large-scale tomb in the Qin Dynasty. It fills in the blank of the tomb Archaeology of the high-ranking nobles in the Qin Dynasty, and is another important harvest of the archaeology of the first emperor mausoleum.
The unearthed Golden Camel is the earliest single Golden Camel in China. These unearthed artifacts not only provided an important basis for the cultural exchange between China and the west before the opening of the Silk Road in the Han Dynasty, but also provided important material for the study of politics, economy, military affairs, science and technology, culture, etc. in the Qin Dynasty.