A sculpture titled “Mourning Parents,” by German artist Kaethe Kollwitz, looks over a German World War I cemetery in Vladslo, Belgium.
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Inuit hunting grounds, World War I cemeteries, art deco heritage in Mumbai and Italy's wine-producing hills are among 30 hopefuls in the running to join UNESCO's famous list as the World Heritage Committee meets in Bahrain. Delegates at the annual gathering, which started Sunday, will also debate adding locations including Kenya's Lake Turkana and Nepal's Kathmandu Valley to those sites considered "in danger," but could remove the Belize Barrier Reef from the risk list due to an oil activity ban.U.S. President Donald Trump's administration pulled out of UNESCO citing its continuing "anti-Israel bias" six years after the organization allowed the Palestinians to join.
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