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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 newswireSuicide bomb kills 28 in Afghanistan - Public health spokesman Abdullah Fahim also reported that 141 people were wounded in Monday's attack.
SOP newswire2Ethiopian asylum-seekers detained in Egypt - Among the 179 Eritrean and Ethiopian asylum-seekers interviewed by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) were 48 women and 20 children,
SOP newswire2Beijing Police Knock Down Door with Hammer and Evict Christians - CAA has learned that Christian rights activist Hua Huiqi was evicted from his home at 8:30pm Beijing time,
Garrett GodwinUnited Nations out to provide faster tests in poorer countries - Because of two new United Nations-based initiatives, inhabitants of rising nations will know whether or not they've been infected with multi-drug resistant tuberclosis (MDR-TB). Originally, it would've taken between two and three months, and now the results can be known at two days.
SOP newswireHigh Gas Prices Result of Perfect Storm - Mike Rothman, senior managing director and head of integrated oil research at International Strategy Investment(ISI),says the seeds to the current run-up in oil prices were planted in 1999.
SOP newswireMugabe surrogate says "Go hang" to International Community - Western leaders and the United Nations have rejected the results of Friday's election, and have called on African leaders to do the same, saying they were neither free nor fair.
SOP newswire2China Quake Death Toll Up: 69,195 Dead - The death toll of China's major earthquake still stood at Sunday's figure of 69,195 as of Monday noon, the State Council Information Office said.
SOP newswireRobert Mugabe attends African Union Summit - Mr. Mugabe walked into the main conference hall flanked by other African leaders, one day after declaring victory in Zimbabwe's one-man election.
SOP newswireIsrael will exchange Hezbollah militants for dead Israeli soldiers - Family members of the Israeli soldiers say they also believe the two are dead, but they want their bodies back home.
Krzys WasilewskiA Man is His Own Island - Stuart Hill is something of an American pioneer.
SOP newswireCooling Tower destroyed to show good faith - North Korea has followed through with its promise to destroy the cooling tower at its main Yongbyon nuclear complex. Details on Pyongyang`s suspected uranium enrichment program, nuclear proliferation activities or the size of its nuclear arsenal remain unknown.
SOP newswireChina reopens Tibet to foreign tourists - China halted all tourism in Tibet after the March 14 anti-government protests and subsequent crackdown.
SOP newswireSarkozy says Jerusalem belongs to all faiths - The French President says Jerusalem is a holy city for Jews, Christians and Muslims. It cannot be held solely by one side, he said.
SOP newswireTwo Palestinians killed in West Bank raid - Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's office called the incident a violation of a cease-fire that took effect last week in and around the Hamas-ruled territory.
SOP newswireRefusal to freeze nuclear program leads to frozen Iranian assets - New EU sanctions on Iran include an asset freeze on the country's biggest bank, Bank Melli.
SOP newswireSudan facing new EU sanctions - EU leaders say they are "deeply concerned" by what they called Sudan's "lack of cooperation" with the International Criminal Court.
SOP newswireIran takes Nukes over International Incentives - The Iranian envoy to the IAEA said the Islamic Republic will continue its nuclear enrichment program, reiterating the country's claim that it is for peaceful purposes.
SOP newswireMajor Oil Producers Meeting Today - On Saturday, Saudi Arabia said it is ready to pump more crude oil, in a bid to stabilize prices.
SOP newswireChina hikes fuel price as much as 18% - Robert Broadfoot, of the Hong Kong-based Political and Economic Risk Consultancy, calls Beijing's move a good start.
Krzys WasilewskiTeenagers Terrorize England - With school over for summer, hordes of wild and bored teenagers roam the streets of London and other cities, remorselessly hunting down new victims.
SOP newswireEuropean Union Lifts All Sanctions Against Cuban - European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid, Louis Michel, has welcomed the unanimous decision.
SOP newswireBush-Maliki talks going well, they say - The two leaders spoke Thursday in a video conference call.
SOP newswireShi'ite militias are target of Iraqi crackdown - Over the past days Iraqi security forces have urged fighters in the area to hand over their weapons.
Krzys WasilewskiBreathing Journalism - It was for Nasteh Dahir and other journalists who died on duty that the BBC dedicated a sculpture, unveiled on Monday. The cone-like modern construction made of glass and steel was installed on the top of the famous Broadcasting House building in the heart of London...
SOP newswireUS-India Nuclear Deal meeting postponed - The proposed nuclear deal would allow India to trade nuclear fuel and technology.
SOP newswireHamas agrees to stop fighting in Gaza - Israel has agreed to a cease-fire deal with the Palestinian militant group Hamas, to end fighting in and around the Gaza Strip.
Garrett GodwinInternational Rising Gas Prices is in the Works: What Will Prices Be In 2012 - NEW YORK: Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon just accepted the choice by Saudi Arabia`s King Abdullah to set up a meeting of the world`s top oil producers
SOP newswireCondoleezza Rice pops up in Beirut - Security was extremely tight for Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice`s first visit to Beirut since the 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah.
SOP newswire2 Today Ukraine hosted a high level meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission - Today Ukraine hosted a high level meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in Kyiv in the context of the Intensified Dialogue[1], where NATO Ambassadors were welcomed by Foreign Minister Volodymyr Ogryzko and Defence Minister Yuriy Yekhanurov.
SOP newswireBritain sending more troops to Afghanistan - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown made the announcement Monday in London at a joint news conference with U.S. President George Bush.
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