On Al Jazeera: $200m needed for Nepal heritage sites

A new daily segment from our correspondents on the ground, all over the world.

    Some of today's stories from our correspondents around the globe:

    1. UNESCO: $200m needed to repair Nepal heritage sites. Read more.

    2. Low turnout in Burundi parliamentary elections. Read more.

    3. US artist Jackson Pollock's work makes an appearance at Tate Liverpool. Read more.

     

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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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