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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 newswire3Robert Gates: Inital Libya Mission Successful - U.S. aircraft will remain on standby as NATO takes over multilateral operations in Libya and the coalition considers its future role there.
Ernest DempseyBomb Blasts at Shrine Kill At Least 30 People - At least 30 people have been killed in two bomb blasts that took place outside the popular Sakhi Sarwar Shrine in Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab province, about an hour ago.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates: Initial Libya Mission Complete, Successful - U.S. aircraft will remain on standby as NATO takes over multilateral operations in Libya and the coalition considers its future role there, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates told a Senate committee yesterday.
SOP newswire3Ban Discusses Civilian Protection With President Ouattara - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has telephoned Alassane Ouattara, the President of Cote d''Ivoire, to discuss the rapidly developing situation there.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Condemns Attack On UN Compound In Afghanistan - Ban Ki-moon spoke by telephone to senior officials of the governments of Nepal, Norway, Sweden and Romania to express his condolences following the deaths of their citizens in the attack on the UN compound in Afghanistan.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Concerned Over Civilian Deaths In Syria - Ban Ki-moon today voiced deep concern over the situation in Syria, where more civilian deaths have been reported during the latest popular demonstrations
SOP newswire3UN Staff Killed In Afghanistan - United Nations personnel working in Afghanistan have been killed today after demonstrators attacked a UN compound in the country`s northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif.
SOP newswire3UN Refugee Chief Heads To Kenya - The head of the United Nations refugee agency has concluded a two-day visit to Egypt to review the response to the humanitarian crisis sparked by the unrest in Libya.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Urges Bold Action To Tackle AIDS - Ban Ki-moon today urged world leaders to take bold decisions to tackle the AIDS epidemic.
SOP newswire3Ban Calls For Genuine Transition To Democracy in Myanmar - Myanmar`s authorities have a duty to show that their announced transfer of power from the long-ruling State Peace and Development Council to a new Government is more than a change in name, Ban Ki-moon said today.
SOP newswire3Ban Welcomes Transition To Constitutional Order In Niger - Ban Ki-moon has telephoned the key players in the recent elections in Niger to congratulate them for the dignity, leadership and statesmanship they have shown in the transition to constitutional order.
SOP newswire3UN In Pact With Satellite Firms To Restore Communications After Disaster - The UN telecommunications agency announced that it has reached agreement with two satellite organizations to expedite the restoration of vital telecommunications services in the aftermath of natural disasters.
SOP newswire3Cote d`Ivoire: UN Condemns Firing At Helicopter And Killing Of Civilians - The United Nations peacekeeping force in Côte d`Ivoire reported today that one of its helicopters was shot at by forces loyal to the country`s President.
SOP newswire3UN: Half Of World`s Poorest Countries Can Escape Poverty By 2020 - Half the world`s 48 least developed countries can graduate out of their impoverished status within 10 years if they benefit from better targeted development aid.
SOP newswire3UN-backed Polio Immunization Campaign Under Way In Sudan - A United Nations-backed polio immunization campaign is under way in Southern Sudan.
SOP newswire3UN: Economic Diversification Vital To Boost Poorest Countries - Diversifying production rather than relying on commodity exports is crucial to boosting the economies of the least developed countries.
Ron G AnselmSyria Joins the Ranks of Using Violence Against its Protestors - The protest wave in the Arab world has spread to Syria and so has the violence against the innocent protestors.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates: Forces Accomplish No-fly Zone Mission - U.S. and coalition forces have accomplished the no-fly zone aspect of the United Nations mission in Libya.
SOP newswire3Obama: Coalition Mission Succeeding in Libya - The military mission in Libya is succeeding and preventing further atrocities against the Libyan people by Moammar Gadhafi and his forces, President Barack
SOP newswire3Coalition Air Operations Take on Gadhafi`s Forces - The coalition struck a number of targets in Libya with air operations flown to protect the Libyan people from Moammar Gadhafi`s forces.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates Offers Perspective On Middle East - During a week of visits with leaders who all are affected by simultaneous antigovernment protests in Middle East countries, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates focused on the opportunities that come with the challenges.
SOP newswire3UN Condemns Murder Of Journalist In Yemen - The UN condemned the death of journalist Jamal Ahmed Al-Sharabi, who was killed when gunmen opened fire on protesters in the Yemeni capital.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates Visits Egypt - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates met with Egyptian leaders here today as part of a visit officials said is designed to reaffirm U.S. support and advance the nations` defense partnership.
SOP newswire2Panthers Party`s 28th Foundation Anniversary Procession Includes Elephants, Camels and Horses - After 28 years the people of J&K witnessed massive colourful procession of the Panthers Party activists led by an elephant, camels and 28 horses in the historic streets of the city of temples, Jammu.
SOP newswire2Secretary Clinton Shocked Over First Bombing in Jerusalem in Past 7 Years - This morning I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the bombing in Jerusalem today that took at least one life and injured innocent civilians.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Breaking News: Bomb Blast in Jerusalem Carried Out by Hamas? - Twenty five people injured in the explosion. The bomb blast occurred at a bus station and it is unknown whether or not this was a suicide attack.
SOP newswire3Obama Says U.S. Part of Broad Coalition in Libya - U.S. military actions in Libya are being conducted as part of a broad multinational coalition.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates Cites Efforts to Avoid Civilian Casualties in Libya - Coalition forces enforcing a no-fly zone in Libya to halt the slaughter of citizens by Moammar Gadhafi have gone to great lengths to avoid civilian casualties, " Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said here today.
Robert Paul ReyesFox News Lies: Story About Human Shields Fabricated - Fox News may trounce CNN in the ratings in the United States, but CNN International is a very popular and respected news outlet in the rest of the world.
Ron Robins (Mentor/Columnist)India Economic Juggernaut Poised to Dominate China - When Europe was going through its murderous medieval period, India was an economic behemoth controlling from one-fourth to one-third of the world`s wealth.
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