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English-language premiere of the most recent documentary produced by the ICTY Outreach Programme,
Dubrovnik and Crimes against Cultural Heritage


-The Syria campaign: more than 250 leading academics and experts have signed an open letter to the UN calling on an international ban on the sale of Syrian artifacts.

- The Association for the protection of Syrian Archaeology (APSA) has launched a website to gather and publish news about threats and damages to Syrian archeologial and historical heritage.

Members of the APSA are primarily volunteers who are eager to contribute to the safeguarding of [their] Syrian heritage.
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ICOMOS condemns destructions Tunisia

" [....] Following the previous statements on the planned destruction of sacred heritage sites in Libya and Mali;

ICOMOS condemns the recent destructions of Sufi cultural heritage in Tunisia and continued threats to this heritage in several countries of the region".