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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.

Leon (Producer) LeonTurkish Army Terrorising Kurdish People Using Ultra-Nationalist Gangs - The gang included several conservative personalities including some journalists who have made a habit of displaying us as targets.
SOP newswireElection Bombing in Nepal decried by top UN Envoy - Ian Martin, the Secretary-General's Special Representative, decried the attack in Birgunj, on the country's southern border with India.
SOP newswireBicycle Bomber kills 3, wounds 13 in Sri Lanka - The military blamed Tamil Tiger rebels for the attack, which happened in the northern Jaffna peninsula.
SOP newswireAfghanistan could become failed State, study finds - Ambassador Pickering calls on NATO to increase troop levels, and for the U.S. government to appoint a special envoy for Afghanistan.
SOP newswireCadbury forms parternership with cocoa Farmers - Chocolate giant to support cocoa-farming communities in Ghana, India, Indonesia and the Caribbean by helping them to boost their crop yields.
SOP newswireRatification of Nuclear Treaty by Columbia Welcomed by U.N. - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon noted that Colombia is one of 144 States to ratify the Treaty, which outlaws all nuclear explosions.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 30 - Neither Rudy Giuliani nor John Edwards could attract more attention during their run for presidency than when they announced their resignation.
SOP newswireUN Office on Drugs and Crime urges fight against corruption - More than 1,000 participants from around opened a weeklong conference on the pact in Bali, Indonesia.
SOP newswireFear of renewed attacks drives Kenyans from their homes - Flyers began circulating a week ago, warning members of the Luo tribe to leave town by January 31 or suffer consequences at the hands of the ethnic Kikuyu who dominate here.
Juliet MaruruThe pervasive tragedy of family violence in Kenya - All said, the burden of reform rests on women who have the ability to call for, push for and follow-up on social and legislative reforms.
Leon (Producer) LeonRussia's Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko recently said - Russia's Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko recently said the country will eventually stop manufacturing Il-96 long-haul airliners. Consequently, local carriers will have to acquire Boeing
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 29 - If you ask a Russian boy or girl who their role-model is, they will surely answer: Vladimir Putin.
Leon (Producer) LeonWhat does George Bush have against polar bears? - The Bush/Cheney Administration’s own scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey say that global warming and habitat loss
SOP newswireJob Finished, Rewards for Justice Fund Stands Down - The Rewards for Justice Fund was founded by Case and Rutledge shortly after the tragic events of September 11th, 2001.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 28 - Gordon B. Hinckley, the 15th president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died on Sunday. He was 97.
SOP newswireHungerSite.com Helps Cyclone Victims in Bangladesh - Supporters were able to make $25 contributions and the funding soon topped $18,000, with 100% of the donations going to disaster relief packages.
Leon (Producer) LeonIran is hoping that the UN Security Council will not adopt new resolution - Iran is hoping that the UN Security Council will not adopt a new resolution on sanctions against the Islamic Republic over its controversial nuclear program, the foreign minister said on Saturday.
Leon (Producer) LeonRussia is concerned over Ukraine's drive to join NATO - Russia is concerned over Ukraine's drive to join NATO, which may seriously harm Russian-Ukrainian relations, the Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.
Leon (Producer) LeonEast Timor and Indonesia Action Network, Death of Suharto - Indonesia's former dictator General Suharto has died in bed and not
SOP newswireIsraeli Government Withholds Service, Food and Medicine from Gaza - Prominent Organizations call on the governments of the world, and in particular the American government and the European Parliament, to censure Israel’s actions.
SOP newswireUN Convention Against Corruption Holds Second Conference - The United States supports and will be represented at the January 28 to February 1 gathering of Convention signatories and parties in Bali, Indonesia.
SOP newswireItalian Prime Minister Romano Prodi has resigned - Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi has resigned after narrowly being defeated in a vote of confidence in the Italian Senate, the upper house of parliament.
SOP newswireItalian Prime Minister Romano Prodi has resigned - Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi has resigned after narrowly being defeated in a vote of confidence in the Italian Senate, the upper house of parliament.
SOP newswireOpening of First Refugee Camp in Central Africa Concerns UN - United Nations humanitarian officials warn that continuing violence means the number of displaced may only grow in the weeks ahead.
SOP newswireColleagues Killed in Algiers Receive Tribute from UN Secretary-General - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon honoured the 17 United Nations staff members who lost their lives in last month's terrorist attack in Algeria.
SOP newswireEveryone Wins When Food is Purchased from Developing Countries - The United Nations World Food Programme is purchasing most of its food from developing countries in a 'win-win' situation for both parties, according to the chief of the agency.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 25 - For the last couple of days South Carolina Democrats may have been confused as to who is really running for their party's presidential nomination – Bill or Hillary Clinton.
SOP newswireUN Reports more than 130 Somalian Migrants Drown - Their boats capsized off Yemen as weather and the brutality of people-smugglers continued to exact a grievous toll.
SOP newswirePalestinians Destroy more of Egyptian Border Fence - Palestinians in Gaza have torn down even more of the Egyptian border fence and confrontations
SOP newswireCrossing Closures Jeopardize Gaza Relief Operations - The United Nations agency tasked with helping Palestinian refugees warned today that it may have to halt its food distribution and other key operations inside the Gaza Strip.
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