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Syrians Trade Blame for Aleppo Souk Fire

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BEIRUT, Lebanon – Syria’s regime and rebels traded blame for a massive fire that continued Sunday to devour parts of

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Aleppo’s Silk Road souk burns to ashes

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Large parts of Aleppo’s covered market, the largest of its kind in the world and a Unesco world heritage site

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Abbas at UN accuses Israel of ‘ethnic cleansing’

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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of ethnic cleansing Thursday for building settlements in east Jerusalem. “It is a campaign

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Islamists destroying Muslim shrines in Timbuktu, Mali

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BAMAKO — Islamist rebels in northern Mali took hoes and chisels to the tombs of ancient Muslim saints in the

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Unesco Adds Nativity Church in Bethlehem to Heritage List

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Beirut, Lebanon – The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, along with the Pilgrimage Route, was added on Friday to

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Nations seeking Syria’s expulsion from UNESCO HR committee

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A group of Western and Arab nations are seeking the expulsion of Syria from the U.N. cultural agency’s human rights

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Former Lebanese PM criticizes U.S. over pro-Israel bias

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Former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora Friday vehemently criticized the U.S. for cutting off contributions to UNESCO after the body granted

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Palestinians win a vote on bid to join UNESCO

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Despite strong opposition from the United States, Germany and several other European states, the Palestinians gained initial approval on Wednesday

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