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Myanmar, Germany to jointly conserve cultural heritage
Myanmar and Germany have agreed to jointly conserve the cultural heritage of Bagan in northern Mandalay region, the official Global New Light of Myanmar reported, Xinhua wrote.
Ideas wanted for Swiss Cultural Heritage Year
The Swiss Federal Office of Culture has launched a competition seeking the public’s best ideas on how to celebrate Switzerland’s cultural heritage.
Australia to host world’s most important cultural heritage event
The Australian and New South Wales (NSW) governments joined the president of Australia’s International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Ian Travers to announce that Sydney will host 1,200 global heritage experts in 2020, at the next Triennial General Assembly of ICOMOS.
European cultural heritage to be celebrated with campaign
Thousands of initiatives and celebrations are set to begin across Europe to raise awareness of the diversity of European history and culture.
Naples pizza twirling seeks nod as UNESCO ‘intangible’ heritage
Naples’ art of pizza twirling is a candidate to join UNESCO’s list of ‘intangible heritage’ this week along with a wealth of other cultural treasures.
Effort to keep Chinese cultural heritage alive
Yang Zaimei, a Chinese national master in the ancient embroidery of the Miao ethnic minority, is a busy woman nowadays as China steps up its campaign to promote and perpetuate iconic heritage.
Iranian envoy: Iran, Pakistan bound by common heritage, culture
Iran and Pakistan are bound together by a common cultural heritage spanning over hundreds of years, said the head of the Consulate General of Iran's House of Culture in Paris.
Young writers encouraged to explore cultural heritage
Young people in Canberra, the capital city of Australia are invited to put into words what their cultural and family heritage means to them in the ‘Back to Your Roots 2017-18’ writing competition.
Intangible cultural heritage digitalized in Yunnan
Yunnan Province in southwest China is racing against time to digitalize intangible cultural heritage on the verge of extinction.
Israel trying to remove Palestinian heritage: Analyst
Recent Israeli-imposed restrictions on Palestinians’ worshiping at the al-Aqsa Mosque, one of the most important holy sites in Islam, have escalated tensions between the two sides. Clashes between Palestinian worshipers and Israeli regime forces outside the mosque compound continued for a sixth day in a row on Thursday. The scuffles left at least 50 Palestinians injured, some of them in critical situation and at least one of the protesters needed surgery. To discuss the new wave of tensions between Israelis and Palestinians, Press TV has interviewed with Catherine Shakdam, director of the Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies from London, and Maxine Dovere, a reporter and political commentator from New York.
Cultural heritage meaningless without information: IRNA chief
The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) managing director said the cultural heritage would not be registered without providing information about it.
UNESCO: Iran successful in drawing up world heritage dossiers
Iran has extensive experience in drawing up dossiers for registration of sites on the World Heritage List, said director and representative of UNESCO's Tehran Cluster Office.
War crimes, development threats to cultural heritage
Recently, the International Criminal Court (ICC) sentenced a Malian militant to nine years' jail for his role in destroying heritage sites in Timbuktu. The conviction was the first of its kind.

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