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UNESCO Experts Ready to Assist Reconstruction of Iconic Notre Dame

Two-thirds of the largely medieval roof of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris have "gone" after the devastating fire in Paris on Monday evening, but UN cultural experts are standing by to offer help where it is needed in rebuilding the iconic structure.

SOP newswire3UN: Iraq Making Progress On Path To Stability - Despite some predictions in the wake of the US troop withdrawal from Iraq, the Middle Eastern country is making progress on its path to stability.
SOP newswireIRU Partners with Ministers and Organizations to Drive African Development - IRU African Symposium on trade and road transport facilitation brings together ministerial, policy, and business delegates from 20 African countries to drive economic and social development by promoting and facilitating trade and international road transport.
SOP newswire2Mideast Conference on Weapons of Mass Destruction: 13 Questions for Netanyahu - 2. Why does the Israeli government consistently claim to speak for a constituency which you know full well, it does not represent?
SOP newswire3UN Calls for Inclusive Economies in Arab World - The Arab world faces the challenge of building inclusive economies.
SOP newswire3UN: Political Crisis in Guinea-Bissau Worsens Citizens` Living Conditions - The current political crisis in Guinea-Bissau is worsening the living conditions of its citizens.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Condemns Terrorist Bombings In Russia - Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the terrorist attacks that occurred in Dagestan, Russia.
SOP newswire3UN: Killers of Somali Journalist Must be Brought to Justice - The UN called on authorities in Somalia to bring to justice those responsible for the murder of radio journalist Farhan James Abdulle.
SOP newswire3UN Works To Realize Rights Of Indigenous People - Almost 2,000 indigenous participants from all regions of the world are taking part in the two-week session.
SOP newswire3UN Official Calls for Jonglei State to Start New Chapter of Peace - The state of Jonglei in South Sudan has the opportunity to start a new chapter of peace, a UNenvoy said.
SOP newswire3Ban: UN Committed To Helping War-Torn Nations Rebuild - The UN is determined to do everything to assist societies torn by war from sliding back into conflict.
SOP newswire3UN Concerned About Fighting Between Sudan and South Sudan - The Security Council called on Sudan and South Sudan to immediately end hostilities and resume negotiations within two weeks to resolve all outstanding issues.
SOP newswire3UN Condemns Murder Of Journalist In Mexico - The United Nations human rights office today voiced alarm over the killing of a journalist in Mexico this past weekend.
SOP newswire2An Enquiry into the influence of Pro-Israel Lobbyists on UK / EU Government Policy - LABOUR MP Jeremy Corbyn is backing the call for a public enquiry into the influence of pro-Israel lobbying groups on British government policy.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Praises India's Economic Progress - Ban Ki-moon praised India`s economic development and called on the country to build on it by implementing policies that reduce inequalities among society.
SOP newswire3UN Initiative Seeks Private Sector Involvement to Fight Corruption - A new United Nations initiative seeks to involve private businesses in helping developing countries tackle corruption and strengthen their ability to fight it.
SOP newswire3Families In Gaza Move Into UN-Built Shelters - More than 1,300 Palestinians living in Gaza`s Khan Younis camp will move into 223 housing units built by the United Nations agency assisting refugees in that area.
SOP newswire3UN: Thousands Displaced By Fighitng On Sudan/South Sudan Border - Some 35,000 people have been displaced by the recent fighting near the border between Sudan and South Sudan.
SOP newswire3UN Providing Food For 250,000 Syrians - The UN food agency announced it is stepping up its assistance to reach, by the ends of the month, a quarter of a million Syrians.
SOP newswire3UN: Syria Undergoing Pivotal Moment for its Stabilization - Mr. Annan`s plan calls for an end to violence, access for humanitarian agencies to provide relief to those in need, the release of detainees, and the start of an inclusive political dialogue.
SOP newswire3Security Council Authorizes UN Observer Mission in Syria - The Security Council today authorized the establishment of a United Nations observer mission to Syria, for an initial period 90 days.
SOP newswirePoliceman Gunned Down in Kashmir - A cop in Kashmir lost his life to shots by an unidentified gunman on Friday in Srinagar, Kashmir.
SOP newswire3UN: Syrian Refugees Need Help - The UN said that one month after they issued an appeal for $84 million to help Syrian refugees in Jordan and Iraq, only 20 per cent of the funds had been received.
SOP newswirePlane Crash Kills 127 in Pakistan - 127 people on board a plane were killed On Friday when the plane crashed near Islamabad, Pakistan.
SOP newswireJohannesburg Now Planning Diwali Celebrations - Planning the celebrations of the popular Hindu festival Diwali have started in Johannesburg, South Africa.
SOP newswireCBI launches Two New Satellite Campuses in Malawi - Amidst political instability following the death of the President, CBI has launched two new satellite campuses in Malawi.
SOP newswire2'Gandhi and the Unspeakable' -- New Book Offers Insight into Gandhi's Assassination - 'Ghandhi and the Unspeakable` looks upon the father of the Indian independence movement and examines why a prophet of nonviolence was assassinated by Hindu nationalists during a prayer meeting in New Delhi.
SOP newswire3UN Concerned About Worsening Humanitarian Situation In Yemen - The UN raised concern about Yemen`s humanitarian situation.
SOP newswire3UN: Humanitarian Aid Needed In Syria - The immediate priority for humanitarian organizations is to obtain unhindered access, especially to people in areas which have seen heavy fighting, the United Nations humanitarian chief said today.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Launch Of North Korea's Satellite Deplorable - Despite its failure, the launch of a satellite by the Democratic People`s Republic of Korea is deplorable, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today
SOP newswire3At Google 'Hangout' Ban Engages Youth Around The World - Ban Ki-moon engaged with young people from around the world on issues such as technology, youth unemployment and women`s rights during an online conversation hosted on the Google Plus platform.
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