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Using the Internet for professional training of archivists is the objective of a project that has been recently launched by Association internationale des Archives francophones (AIAF).
A prize-winning French author on trial for calling Islam 'the dumbest religion' has denied charges of inciting racial hatred.
Koichiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, congratulated Japan earlier this month for its ratification of the 1970 Convention on the Prevention of the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property. Meanwhile, he has also welcomed the US back into the UNESCO fold.
In 2000, the ministry of foreign affairs commissioned the sociologist, Alain Quemin, to review the state of visual arts in France.
Prize-winning French novelist Michel Houellebecq is to stand trial on Tuesday on charges of making a racial insult and inciting religious hatred.
After a 18-year absence, President George Bush has announced that the USA will re-join UNESCO.