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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 Chief Ban Concerned About Situation In Egypt - Ban Ki-moon is calling on Egypt`s leaders to take some bold measures " to address the concerns of the scores of thousands of people who have been demonstrating for change, stressing at the same time that the protests must be peaceful.
SOP newswire3UN Ready To Help Tunisia Hold Elections - Ban Ki-moon today called for support for the establishment of an inclusive interim government in Tunisia.
SOP newswire3UN Condemns Rapes In Congo - United Nations officials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) today reported another 53 alleged cases of rape
SOP newswire3Ban Calls For Revolution To Ensure Sustainable Development - Ban Ki-moon today called for revolutionary action to achieve sustainable development.
SOP newswire2Americans Should Support Freedom in Egypt, Muslim World - The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today called on all people of conscience to contact their elected representatives to ask that they support freedom, democracy and the rule of law in Egypt and throughout the Muslim world.
SOP newswire3UN Warns Egyptian Officials To Respect Human Rights - Top United Nations officials today urged the Government of Egypt to protect the rights of its citizens amid the political protests taking place in the country, particularly freedoms of expression, information and assembly.
George Curry (Former Featured Editor)The Reality in Cote d'Ivoire Does Not Mirror News Reports - There are almost daily reports that the 15-member Economic Community of West African States is drawing up military plans to invade the country and drive Gbagbo from his regal presidential palace.
SOP newswire3UN Marks Holocaust Memorial Day - The United Nations today honoured the memory of the estimated six million Jews and countless others who perished in the Nazi death camps of the Second World War with ceremonies around the world.
George Curry (Former Featured Editor)US Journalist George Curry Interviews Incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo or Cote d`Ivoire - "I didn't even know if Barack Obama called me because his ambassador, he has discredited himself. So, when he tells me something, I don't believe him," Gbagbo said in the copyrighted interview with Curry.
SOP newswire3UN Welcomes Inauguration Of New Afghan Parliament - Ban Ki-moon and his top envoy for Afghanistan have welcomed the inauguration earlier today of the country`s new Parliament.
SOP newswire3UN: Tensions Persist In Darfur - ntense fighting in Sudan`s Darfur region between Government forces and rebels has subsided but tensions persist and a resumption of violence is possible.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Calls For End To Violence In Egypt - Ban Ki-moon urged all Egyptians today to ensure that political protests do not lead to further violence, and called on the Government to see this as an opportunity to engage in addressing the legitimate concerns of the people.
SOP newswire3NATO Forces Kills Insurgents In Aghanistan - International Security Assistance Force troops killed numerous insurgents during separate clearing operations in southern and eastern Afghanistan over the past 24 hours, military officials reported.
SOP newswire3Troops Kill Enemy Fighters, Find Weapons - International Security Assistance Force troops in southern Afghanistan killed or wounded several insurgents over the past 24 hours, military officials reported.
SOP newswire3Iraqi Security Forces Respond to New Bomb Attacks - Iraqi security forces are handling the country`s response to a spate of terrorist bombing attacks, a Defense Department spokesman said here today.
SOP newswire3Piracy Challenges Maritime Security Off Somalia - Pirates off the coast of Somalia are using bigger vessels to extend their criminal reach in a move that could prompt U.S. Navy forces in the region to intensify techniques for pursuing the lawbreakers, the top naval officer in the region said today.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates to Meet with Canadian Defense Minister - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates travels to Ottawa, Canada, today to meet with Defense Minister Peter MacKay, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said.
SOP newswire3Pledges Alone Not Enough To Improve Health Of Women And Children: UN Chief - l Ban Ki-moon today stressed the importance of tracking the resources pledged for improving the health of women and children with the results they are intended to achieve, stating that accountability is vital to saving more lives.
SOP newswire3Ban Expects New Lebanese Government To Cooperate In Hariri Murder Trial - Ban Ki-moon expects the newly designated Lebanese Government to abide by its obligation to cooperate with the UN-backed tribunal set up to try suspects in the 2005 murder of former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.
SOP newswire3UN: Global Unemployment To Rise In 2011 - Despite a sharp rebound in economic growth for many countries, global unemployment in 2011 is likely to continue at the record highs of the past three years.
SOP newswire3UN Welcomes Agreement On Inauguration Of Afghan Parliament - The UN welcomed the understanding reached between the country`s President and parliamentarians to hold the inauguration of the National Assembly on Wednesday.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Speaks At Holocaust Event - The UN has a duty to stand up and speak out for human rights and offer a voice to the voiceless, Secretary-GeneralBan Ki-moon said today.
SOP newswire2Panthers Party Supremo Calls Students to Take Up Samul Kranti Movement - This flags hoisting in Srinagar is a drama enacted by NC and BJP as co-producers of the same play. This is unfortunate that national media has also fallen into the trap of this play.
SOP newswire3Insurgent Roadside Bombs Kill Afghan Civilians - An Afghan child was killed and 12 other Afghans were wounded in insurgent roadside-bomb attacks in southern and eastern Afghanistan today, military officials reported.
SOP newswire3NATO Sees Russia as Missile Defense Partner - NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said he`s looking forward to moving ahead during the first half of 2011 on missile defense cooperation with Russia.
SOP newswire3Stavridis Expresses Optimism on Afghanistan - While expressing confidence for Afghanistan`s future, U.S. Navy Adm. James G. Stavridis also emphasized that the road ahead still poses challenges.
SOP newswire3UN: Food Crisis In Nigeria - The United Nations food agencies are urging continued assistance for Niger, where acute malnutrition rates remain high despite a good harvest and millions need help to avoid another food crisis.
SOP newswire3Sri Lanka: UN To Launch $51 million Flash Appeal For Flood Victims - With Sri Lanka warning that their resources to respond to the flood crisis are exhausted, the UN is seeking $51 million to help more than one million people get through the next six months.
SOP newswire3UN To Send Human Rights Team To Tunisia - The UN`s human rights chief will send a team to Tunisia next week to assess the country`s human rights situation.
SOP newswire3UN-Backed Court Receives First Indictment In Hariri Assassination - The United Nations-backed tribunal set up to try suspects in the 2005 murders of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and 22 others received its first indictment today.
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