• Kyodo


A UNESCO panel has opened a meeting in the United Arab Emirates to examine about 90 nominations for the Memory of the World program for documentary heritage, including two controversial entries by China.

Among the materials to be screened by the UNESCO International Advisory Committee are two Japanese nominations — Buddhist temple archives and post-World War II internment and repatriation records.

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