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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.

Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: February 12 - Two Georgia Southern University female students died and one was seriously wounded in a car accident on Sunday, near Statesboro, GA.
Krzys WasilewskiAround the World on February 11, 2008 - Some 12,000 people from the province of Darfur fled to neighboring Chad last weekend as Sudanese forces relaunched air strikes, alarms the United Nations.
SOP newswireU.N. wasted millions in Sudan, auditors discover - The audit slams the U.N. for having poor internal control mechanisms and for tolerating mismanagement in the war-torn country.
SOP newswireN. Korean food shortage energizes American teens - August floods there left 300,000 homeless, effectively destroying the year's rice harvest, making chronic food shortages even worse - this year.
SOP newswireIraq given $12 billion pass from Russia with love - The deal to write off more than 90 percent of Iraq's nearly $13 billion debt to Russia, was reached in Moscow.
SOP newswireHugo Chaves rattles dip sticks at 'Mr. Bush, Mr. Danger' - Venezuelan president threatened to cut off oil supplies to the US if it continues what he calls an economic war.
SOP newswireEgypt's border with Israel target of new security fence - The plan calls for building a new fence along parts of the 230-kilometer Israel-Egypt border.
SOP newswirePresident of East Timor survives assassination attempt - Mr. Ramos-Horta is being flown to Darwin for further treatment after emergency surgery at an Australian military base in Dili, East Timor's capital.
SOP newswireBurma begins journey toward democracy - The announcement does not make clear whether the opposition will be allowed to take part in the 2010 election.
SOP newswireSuspected al-Qaida Leader shot dead at home - Also north of the capital, 12 bodies were discovered Saturday in a mass grave.
SOP newswireKenya: Top UN Emergency Relief Official Arrives to Assess Humanitarian Crisis - The Coordinator also met with UN staff, as well as Kenyan officials dealing with the relief operations, and with the head of the Kenya Red Cross Society – a key humanitarian partner of the UN.
Al-Qaeda, Taliban chiefs hiding in Pakistan: US official - The sanctuaries were not only helping Taliban fight the insurgency against Afghan President Hamid Karzai's administration, which is backed by US and NATO troops.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: February 8 - President Vladimir Putin warned western countries that their confrontational policies will not be left unanswered.
SOP newswireSpain Honors Jan Eliasson, UN Special Envoy to Darfur - Government bestowes highest honours for his diplomatic and humanitarian work.
Ann PoludenkoWorld Trade Organization gets bigger - The WTO has got a new member. This means that on the world trade market new products will appear as well as price changes for the old ones.
SOP newswireProgress reported in Kenyan Reconciliation Talks - Government and opposition negotiators have wrapped up a week of talks saying progress has been made toward resolving the crisis over December's elections.
SOP newswireBomb killed Benazir Bhutto, not bullet - Scotland Yard determined that Ms. Bhutto died from a fatal head injury caused by the suicide blast, triggered by a lone assailants.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: February 7 - Travel restrictions, hotels just for foreigners, and homosexual marriages have dominated the first days of the “national debate,” initiated by Raul Castro's demand that his fellow citizens finally speak their minds.
SOP newswireSupreme Court in Bangladesh will hear former PM Appeal - Ms. Hasina, a member of the Awami League party, is accused of extorting more than $400,000 during her time as prime minister, between 1996 and 2001.
SOP newswireBhutto's Tomb site of great mourning - Ms. Bhutto's husband addressed the crowd outside the family's mausoleum.
SOP newswireTungurahua Erupts in Ecuador - There are no reports of any injuries or deaths, but officials warned that the eruption may spread ash across six of Ecuador's provinces.
SOP newswireCondoleezza Rice drops in on Karzai in Kandahar - Rice says NATO forces are facing a 'real test' in Afghanistan, and stressed that alliance members must share the burden of combat against the Taliban.
Leon (Producer) LeonThe UN will withdraw from Eritrea unless - The UN will withdraw from Eritrea unless the east African country immediately lifts its restrictions on fuel supplies to its mission, the organization said in a press release on Wednesday.
SOP newswireHeadsarves may soon be allowed in Turkey - Deputy Prime Minister Cemil Cicek said the lifting of the ban is being done to end discrimination.
SOP newswireMillions stranded in China as Lunar New Year begins - Officials say scores of people have died in recent weeks in snow-related accidents.
SOP newswirePalestinian militants, civilian killed by Israeli Forces - Officials of the Islamic militant group Hamas say five of the Palestinians who died in the fighting in the northern Gaza Strip were Hamas members.
SOP newswireOpium production 'shockingly high' in Afghanistan - Antonio Maria Costa states, 'Opium is a massive source of revenue for the Taliban.'
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: February 6 - For the latest news from around the world, keep up with the World Chronicle – now with a special new United States section!
SOP newswireRelief Workers suffer attacks in Afghanistan - Workers trying to assist vulnerable communities with food, medicine and warm clothing amid recent heavy snowfall and a rise in food prices.
SOP newswireKenyan Peace Corps Program Suspended - Peace Corps operations in Kenya will be temporarily suspended to ensure the safety of the 58 remaining Peace Corps Volunteers.
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