Genghis Khan sculpture unveiled in London

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A bronze sculpture of the Mongolian warrior Genghis Khan has been unveiled in central London.

The 16ft tall creation marks the 850th anniversary of the leader, whose merciless conquests have become the stuff of legend.

It will stand next to Cumberland Gate in Marble Arch until early September.

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