On Monday, Palestinians were finally admitted to the cultural body of the United Nations, UNESCO, as a full member. The move, which ignited the ire of the United States and Israel, allows the Palestinian government to apply for historic monuments and locations to be classified as World Heritage Sites.
The Palestinians have released their list, which includes 20 sites, including most singificantly the West Bank town of Bethlehem and its Church of the Nativity.
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