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LONDON, July 12 (Xinhua) -- A rare jewel-encrusted book that belonged to a 16th century French King is in danger of being exported from Britain unless 10.5 million U.S. dollars can be raised to stop it going abroad.


Government Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has placed a temporary export bar on the Book of Hours in a final bid to keep it in Britain, the Department for Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS) said Tuesday.


The bejewelled Book of Hours was made in 1532 and belonged to the King of France, Francois I of France (1494-1547). Its metal cover is made of enamelled gold, and studded with jewels and precious stones including rubies, turquoises and a tourmaline. Inside the elaborate binding is a parchment Book of Hours, which was a Christian devotional book popular in the Middle Ages. It is painted with twenty religious images and prayers to be said throughout the day.


Most of the paintings were completed by the "1520s Hours Workshop" which were book artists who produced high quality manuscripts for royal and aristocratic patrons.


A spokeswoman for DCMS said: "Jewelled books are considered extremely rare and the high-quality painting inside the book makes it a unique survival."


Culture Minister Vaizey said: "This exceptional book provides us with a rare glimpse into the royal courts of 16th century Renaissance France and is of outstanding scholarly value. I hope that this unique book remains in the UK for the public to enjoy."


The decision to defer an export licence follows a recommendation by the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Objects of Cultural Interest (RCEWA), administered by the Arts Council.


Peter Barber of the RCEWA said the book is only known through mentions in inventories. "The British public now has the chance to keep this unique surviving example, a European masterpiece in miniature, in the United Kingdom and available for display and study by future generations."


THE United States completed a clean sweep of the world’s best in racing past Serbia 129-92 on Sunday to win the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup and become the first country to defend its crown since 2002.


The Americans made 15 of 30 three-pointers in the game with Kyrie Irving and James Harden combining for nine three-pointers and 49 points.


Six other players scored in double figures for the Americans
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, who went undefeated in the tournament with an average winning margin of 33 points.


The US victory was close to the all-time record for the biggest winning margin in a final
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, the record being 46 points in a 137-91 US win over Russia in 1994. The 129 points by the Americans were second to their showing in 1994.


The Americans also secured their fifth world title
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, pulling them even with Yugoslavia
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, which repeated its title in 2002. Brazil also won back-to-back crowns in 1959 and 1963.


Nikola Kalinic and Nemanja Bjelica paced Serbia with 18 points each as they secured their best showing at the worlds under the Serbian flag.


Serbia started strong
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, leading 12-5 in the early going
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, but the Americans responded with a 17-3 run for a 22-15 lead. The US extended the lead to 35-19 as Irving nailed three three-pointers in scoring 15 points in the period.


The American shooters remained hot in knocking down six more three-pointers in pushing the lead to 31 points. The margin was 67-41 at the break.


Serbia was never able to get the game closer than 24 points and the US remained on target from long range as the lead bulged to 39 points. It was 105-67 after three quarters.


The game was long decided and the only question unanswered is it would be a record-breaking victory as well. But the lead only swelled to 40 points.


Irving was named MVP for the tournament.


“This is by far the biggest accomplishment in my life so far. This is one of the greatest moments in my life.


“I did this with guys I can call my brothers for the rest of my life
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(Agencies)


BEIJING, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- Xinjiang Kept their unbeatean record at home after beating Liaoning 112-107 in the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) league here on Sunday.


Darius Adams scored 24 points and 10 assists, including a 3-pointer with 18.3 seconds left to seal the victory for Xinjiang. Li Gen led Xinjiang with 25 points while Ben Bentil added 23 points, Wang Zirui had 12 points, 7 assists and 5 steals.


Lester Hudson and Shavlik Randolph combined with 58 points for Liaoning.


Xiniang went on an 13-4 run to end the first quarter with a 31-15 lead and built the margin as many as 20 at the half time. Xinjiang was ahead with 15 points in the midway of the third quarter but Liaoning bounced back to cut the deficit to 8 points heading into the fourth.


Despite Xinjiang regain a 18 poins lead, Hudson led Xinjiang pulled within two point late in the period, However, Adams's 3-pointer helped the Thunder position themselves for the win.


Yi Jianlian had 28 points and 15 rebounds to help Guangdong beat Shangdong 104-94 for their sixth straight victory. Carlos Boozer contributed 18 points and 15 rebounds whlie Donald Sloan added 17 points. Former Miami Heat player Norris Cole injured and forced to leave the game with only 2 points.


Jimmer Fredette scored a game-high 39 points to give Shanghai a 102-90 victory against the defending champion Sichuan, who drop to 5-6.


Jiangsu shocked Beijing 117-104 as Stephon Marbury had 27 points and 7 assits.Samardo Samuels finished with 28 points and Marshon Brooks added 26 points for Jiangsu.


In other games, Shanxi overwhelmed Fujian 123-103, Shenzhen beat Bayi 84-77, Guangzhou smashed Tianjian 108-89, Jilin edged Qingdao 101-97, Aolong tamed Tongxi 112-103, and Guangsha defeated Zhejiang 130-102.


by Xinhua writers Wu Zhiqiang and Lyu Tianran


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