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Palestine and UNESCO: We’ve Only Just Begun » Palestinian Foreign Minister al-Malki and Palestinian ambassador to UNESCO Sanbar attend a press conference during the 36th session of UNESCO’s General Conference in Paris session of UNESCO’s General Conference in Paris October 31, 2011. The United Nations’ cultural agency decided to give the Palestinians full membership of the body, (Benoit Tessier/Courtesy Reuters).

Palestinian Foreign Minister al-Malki and Palestinian ambassador to UNESCO Sanbar attend a press conference during the 36th session of UNESCO's General Conference in Paris session of UNESCO's General Conference in Paris October 31, 2011. The United Nations' cultural agency decided to give the Palestinians full membership of the body,  (Benoit Tessier/Courtesy Reuters).
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Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki (L) and Palestinian ambassador to UNESCO Elias Sanbar attend a press conference during the 36th session of UNESCO’s General Conference in Paris October 31, 2011. The United Nations’ cultural agency decided to give the Palestinians full membership of the body, after a vote that will boost their bid for recognition as a state at the United Nations. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE – Tags: POLITICS)

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