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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 newswireEconomic stimulus package introduced by Chavez - The South American oil-exporting country's inflation rate is the highest in the region, climbing to 31.4 percent last month.
SOP newswireLebanon turns deaf ear to Israel - The Lebanese government said Wednesday that its disputes with Israel are governed by U.N. Security Council resolutions that are not subject to political negotiations.
Krzys WasilewskiKiribati: The First Victim of Global Warming? - For 100,000 people who live there, Kiribati is their whole world - the world that may soon disappear.
SOP newswire15 National League for Democracy members freed by Burma - Spokesman for military government, Nyan Win, said Tuesday that all 15 were released Monday night.
SOP newswireRepression running rampant in Iran - Arrests, detention and judicial harassment are common practice. Human rights advocates say journalists, lawyers, students and trade unionists are particularly targeted.
SOP newswireSouth Koreans fearing 'mad cow disease' fight US beef imports - Weeks of street protests opposing a deal to resume U.S. beef imports to South Korea have resulted in one death.
SOP newswireJimmy Carter claims success in mediation efforts - The center said Columbia and Ecuador have agreed to immediately restore relations, without preconditions, at the lower diplomatic level of "charge d'affaires."
SOP newswireMad Dad calls for boycott of Barnes and Noble - Dad vows: I am fighting this not only for my son, but for every parent and grandparent who joins me in being angry about Barnes and Noble's irresponsible and, I believe, illegal business practice.
SOP newswireWill Chaves soften snitch law? - It requires Venezuelans to act as informants to secret police and community monitoring groups loyal to the president. Anyone who refuses to provide information faces two to six years in prison.
SOP newswirePalestinian Authority cannot pay workers, blames Israel - Under an Israeli-Palestinian agreement, Israeli authorities collect taxes on behalf of the Palestinian government in the West Bank.
SOP newswireUkraine racing to save miners - Thirteen miners remain missing in the century-old Karl Marx mine, which is in danger of flooding.
SOP newswire2Dam in SW China Rocks With Aftershock - A relatively strong aftershock rocked the dam of the Tangjiashan "quake lake" for about 20 seconds on Sunday and caused massive landslides on surrounding mountains.
SOP newswireDeath in Gaza prompts West Bank closure - An Israeli army spokesman said Israeli soldiers opened fire when they saw an armed man planting a bomb near the border with Israel.
SOP newswireMedvedev boasts Russia can succeed where US has failed - Addressing the International Economic Forum Saturday in St. Petersburg, Mr. Medvedev said the U.S. has taken on a role in the world economy that does not correspond to its true capabilities.
SOP newswireViolence in Gaza Strip and southern Israel condemned by UN - Mr. Ban calls on Hamas and other militant groups to stop such acts, his spokesperson said in a statement.
SOP newswireIslamic headscarves forbidden at Turkish universities - Analysts say today's ruling may strengthen a controversial attempt by Turkey's top prosecutor, Abdurrahman Yalcinkaya, to shut down the ruling Justice and Development, or AK, party.
SOP newswireEnglish is the hottest ticket in India - Some of these youngsters aspire to enroll at colleges where studies are conducted in English. Others want to get jobs in a flourishing economy that has opened up new opportunities.
SOP newswirePresident Medvedev and 8 Hours in Berlin - Germany is an obvious port of call for Medvedev's first Western visit. Germany is Russia's leading trade partner with an annual turnover of $53 billion and together they are building a natural gas pipeline to Europe.
SOP newswireMortar shell stops fuel deliveries to Gaza Strip - The attack Wednesday prompted Israel to close the border and suspend the transfer of all types of fuel, including supplies for the coastal strip's main power plant.
SOP newswireIsraeli building plans for east Jerusalem denounced by Ban Ki-moon - Mr. Ban's office issued a statement Monday saying the housing projects violate Israel's commitments under the US-backed 'road map' peace plan.
Robert Draper IIIMedical Issues in Yemen - Typhoid, Qat, and Malaria are just a few of the health issues in Yemen
SOP newswireDanish Embassy in Pakistan is bombed - Police say Pakistani security guards are among the dead. No foreigners are believed to be among the victims.
SOP newswire2Secretary-General Ban Kii-moon Welcomes $1.2 Billion from World Bank - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed $1.2 billion in funding from the World Bank to help tackle the global food crisis that has emerged in recent months.
SOP newswireChina Quake relief workers suffer helicopter crash - The official Xinhua news agency gave no information on possible casualties, and said a search and rescue operation is under way.
SOP newswire900 homes will be built in east Jerusalem - The move is likely to anger Palestinians who, along with the U.S., have called for a halt to Israeli construction beyond the so-called Green Line.
SOP newswireClashes continue in Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip - Medical workers and witnesses say Israeli forces opened fire at the Sufa border crossing Friday to prevent demonstrators from approaching the border post.
SOP newswireMore than 150,000 evacuated from China's Quake Lake region - Authorities fear the Tangjiashan lake will overflow as a result of flooding and strong aftershocks, sending tons of water on the people living below.
Krzys WasilewskiRussia on Binge - MOSCOW, Russia. Surprisingly for a country rich in natural resources, it is not crude oil or natural gas that Russians regard as the sign of good fortune. Vodka is.
SOP newswireUnmanned reconnaissance aircraft subject of UN closed-door meeting - Monday, a U.N. report found that Russia was responsible for shooting down the drone over Abkhazia on April 20. Russia has denied the claim.
SOP newswireFrance phones Syria - A statement from Mr. Sarkozy's office says the French leader called Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as part of a French pledge to reopen high-level contact with Damascus.
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