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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 newswireMugabe said to be manipulating Zimbabwe Elections - Opposition parties are reportedly accusing incumbent President Robert Mugabe’s government of a calculated plot to declare Mugabe winner of last Saturday’s elections.
SOP newswirePalestinian Killed by Jewish Settler - Officials say the Jewish settler-- who was armed-- shot the attacker as he attempted to stab the other Israelis.
SOP newswireRockets smash into Baghdad's Green Zone - There have been no reports of fatalities from Monday's attack, which hit the compound housing the Iraqi government and the U.S. Embassy.
SOP newswireBorder Passport Checks Nixed in Europe's Airports - Ctizens of Europe's 24-country 'Schengen zone' are no longer required to undergo passport checks at airports in Malta and eight other European Union countries.
SOP newswireIf Hostages are Released, Rebels will be Freed - Ingrid Betancour and at least 700 people are being held in secret jungle camps for ransom or political leverage. Three Americans are among the hostages.
SOP newswireSharp Divisions Remain at Close of Arab Summit - The Arab summit broke no new ground on the most critical regional issues, in the absence of nearly half of the leaders of Arab League states.
SOP newswireFacts exposing Dalai clique's masterminding of Lhasa violence - Xinhua was authorized to release a signed article on Sunday to reveal how the Dalai clique plotted and incited the Lhasa violence on March 14, which
SOP newswireNepali people against Seven Party Alliance and Maoists (SPAM) - It is the people who will change the future course of Nepal. In fact, Nepal's existence lies upon the Nepali people's choice.
SOP newswire5th Iraq Kidnap Victim Identified - Bert Nussbaumer of Austria was employed by Crescent Security Group at the time of his kidnapping on November 16, 2006.
SOP newswireNew Mideast Peace Mission Begins - US Secretary of State Rice met with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Saturday over dinner in Jerusalem.
SOP newswireChina urged to open talks with Dalai Lama - EU ministers encourage 'substantive and constructive dialogue' to address issues of language, culture religion and traditions.
SOP newswireAnti-CNN website reflects Chinese people's condemnation - It is purely spontaneous condemnation and criticism by the Chinese people toward some Western media's irresponsible reports which violated professional ethnics
SOP newswireLack of money may ground World Food Programme - Some 8,000 relief workers in Darfur use the Humanitarian Air Service (WFP-HAS) monthly to provide much-needed food, water and health care services.
SOP newswireShi'ite Gunmen given extended deadline - Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said that militants will be rewarded financially if they hand over their weapons.
SOP newswireBasra Oil Pipeline Bombed - It is unclear whether the damaged pipeline will greatly affect crude exports.
SOP newswireBan Ki-moon Honors Victims of Slave Trade - 'Even as we mourn the atrocities committed against the countless victims, we take heart from the courage of slaves who rose up to overcome the system which oppressed them.'
SOP newswireAlleged Links to FARC Belittled by Chavez - Venezuelan president joked that people should not be surprised if pictures turn up showing him with al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.
SOP newswire40 Killed, 200 wounded in Southern Iraq - Officials say heavy gun battles restarted early Wednesday in at least five districts of the city of Basra.
SOP newswireGreek and Turkish Cypriot Leaders Agree - Top U.N. envoy confirmed full-fledged negotiations will begin within three months.
SOP newswireCross-border Raid Kills Ecuadorian - Ecuador and its ally Venezuela condemned Colombia's raid as a violation of Ecuador's sovereignty.
SOP newswireUkraine's Controversial NATO Bid on Bush Agenda - Russian President Vladimir Putin warned of what could happen if NATO missiles were to be deployed in Ukraine.
SOP newswireMilitants Blow Up 36 Oil Tankers - More than 80 oil tankers bound for Afghanistan were parked in the area when the explosion happened.
SOP newswireNew Kenyan Cabinet will possibly be announced Tuesday - Under the power-sharing agreement signed February 28 both sides are to have equal number of cabinet posts in the new government.
SOP newswireZawahir, Al-Qaida's #2, calls for Attacks against U.S. and others - Zawahiri also accuses Arab leaders of colluding with the United States and Israel in blockading Palestinians in Gaza.
SOP newswireFresh Tibetan Protests Taunt Chinese Officials - China has accused the Dalai Lama of orchestrating the protests in an attempt to mar the upcoming Olympic Games in Beijing.
SOP newswireFresh Tibetan Protests staged in Western China - Chinese authorities have tried to prevent foreign correspondents from verifying reports made by Tibetan exiles.
SOP newswireHamas Hinders Middle East Peace Talks - U.S. VP Cheney spoke after meeting Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert for breakfast.
SOP newswireIraqi Christians Still Suffering Five Years After Start of War - Initially, the minority Christian population in Iraq was mostly elated with the fall of Saddam Hussein. They envisioned the coming of peace, safe places to work and live and complete freedom to worship.
SOP newswireIraqi NGOS Receive Funding Boost From UN - The Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC), which observed all of the selection stages, found the process to be fair and independent.
SOP newswireCoalition to Hold Prayer Vigil and Lay Roses in Front of Chinese Embassy to Honor Those Who Have Brutally Killed in Tibet - The Christian Defense Coalition will leave roses on Sunday, March 16, at 4:00 P.M. at the Chinese Embassy located at 2300 Connecticut Ave. NW in Washington, D.C.
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