Tunis, Tunisia - A workshop on how to protect the al-Amadi cultural heritage begins Monday in Mattmata, southern Tunisia, with Tunisian and international experts involved in cultural heritage protection participating, PANA learnt Sunday from informed sources.
Organized by the Tunisian Ministry of Culture as part of the agreement signed in 2003 between UNESCO and Tunisia, the workshop is aimed at building the capacity of cultural heritage protectors while helping to strengthen the protection of cultural and historical heritage in Tunisia.
The workshop, scheduled to end on 31 January, will feature conferences on how to improve the economic and social benefits of local communities according to the agreement between UNESCO and Tunisia.
2014 CHAN: Gabon 1, Libya 1 after extra time, match goes to penalty shootout
Polokwane, South Africa - Gabon and Libya drew 1-1 after extra time here Sunday and have to decide their quarter-final match at the ongoing 2014 African Nations Championship in South Africa on penalty shootout.