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Promoting archaeological heritage: 80 children visit Tunisian sites of Carthage and ‪Kerkouane
As part of the EU-funded ARCHEOMEDSITES project, a group of 80 Tunisian schoolchildren visited the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Carthage and ‪Kerkouane on 27-28 March.   During these two days, the children had the chance to discover two of the most ancient Tunisian cities and learn more about Tunisia's Punic and Phoenician heritage....
EU approves €1.8 billion in loans for Ukraine
New funding of €1.8 billion for further macro-financial assistance (MFA) to Ukraine has been approved by the European Council, a press release said yesterday. The European Parliament had approved the MFA without amendment on 25 March.   The additional assistance from the EU will help to support economic stabilisation and a substantive reform...