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Palmyra at 23th Mediterranean Exchange of Archaeological Tourism
The 23th Mediterranean Exchange of Archaeological Tourism has wrapped up in Paestum, a site in central-southern Italy recognised by UNESCO as part of the World Cultural Heritage.
Palmyra at 23th Mediterranean Exchange of Archaeological Tourism
Economy10 months ago
UN body designates Iranian railway a World Heritage Site
The UNESCO designates the Trans-Iranian Railway as a World Heritage Site.
UN body designates Iranian railway a World Heritage Site
Palestine11 months ago
Settlers raze more land in West Bank as Israel intensifies Judaization drive
Israeli settlers raze a historic neighborhood near Ibrahimi Mosque in the occupied West Bank city of al-Khalil.
Settlers raze more land in West Bank as Israel intensifies Judaization drive
News Bulletinone year ago
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An ancient town in central Italy is fighting for its life as it seeks to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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Reportsone year ago
ECO Cultural Institute celebrates Norouz in Tehran
In Tehran, a celebration dubbed “Norouz, an Occasion for Solidarity” has been held in the Economic Cooperation Organization Cultural Institute to mark the arrival of Spring and the Persian New Year. 
ECO Cultural Institute celebrates Norouz in Tehran
Franceone year ago
France's famed baguettes seek UNESCO heritage title
During the COVID-19 lockdown, French people could live without many things but not the baguette. 
France's famed baguettes seek UNESCO heritage title
Yemenone year ago
Nearly 400K Yemeni children under five could starve to death in 2021: UN agencies
Four United Nations (UN) agencies warn that nearly 2.3 million children under the age of five are projected to suffer from acute malnutrition this year in war-torn Yemen, and 400,000 of them could be face severe acute malnutrition
Nearly 400K Yemeni children under five could starve to death in 2021: UN agencies
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