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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 newswireHOW THE TURKISH POLICE SOLVED THE LAST BOMBING CASE - Immediately after the bomb in Diyarbakir exploded, sending five people to death (now six) and close to hundred, to hospitals for
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 8 - Although the French economy continues to plummet and the number of illegal immigrants rises every month, what really concerns ordinary Frenchmen is their president's love escapades.
SOP newswireSudanese army elements attack UN convoy - Elements of the Sudanese army attacked a supply convoy of the new joint United
SOP newswireAfghan former rebel lands state role in ex-fiefdom - A former senior Taliban commander has been appointed government district chief of the fiefdom he once controlled as an insurgent leader,
SOP newswireSouth Sudan's Fragile Peace at Risk on Eve of Anniversary - The IRD's Church Alliance for a New Sudan is warning of a return to conflict in southern Sudan if the Islamic government
Juliet MaruruSpread a Word for Peace in Kenya - We can talk about what has gone wrong. We can call for the people concerned to sort this mess out as many are trying to do right now. In the process, we can cast blame on everyone and in every direction.
Benjamin J. SedlinsBelgian Stability - As a country that is only the size of Maryland, it is true that Belgium is a surprisingly complicated system of regional and federal powers, which are distributed almost haphazardly to the two linguistic communities.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 7 - In the early presidential election Saturday, the incumbent head of state, Mikhail Saakashvili, received a little over 50 percent of the vote and secured his second term.
SOP newswireWhat's happening in Kirkuk? - During Saddam times, Arabs were in majority in Kirkuk. Kurds, Turkmen’s were in minority. Now, after the USA occupation of Irak, because
SOP newswireChina calls for closer relations between army, gov't, people - Premier Wen Jiabao on Friday called for greater efforts to be made in the area of unity between the army and the government and between the army and the people.
SOP newswire Russia, A small fishing trawler has sunken - A small fishing trawler has sunken near Russia's Kola Bay in the Murmansk Region, but none of the four crew was hurt, a local rescue service official said Friday.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 4 - DES MOINES, Iowa. Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee are the victors of the first of the 2008 presidential election primaries.
Judyth Please Listen, Lies are not Enough to Start a Nation - Thank you for publishing my contribution on PKK and Kurds. have noticed that a really heated terrorist has reacted to it.
SOP newswireAfghanistan calls on Iran to delay decision on refugees - Afghanistan's government called Thursday on Iran to delay its decision to expel or punish more than a million Afghan refugees living there
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 3 - The streets of Nairobi are empty but high tension still remains after police forces quelled the disturbances on Thursday.
SOP newswire700 Russian hajj pilgrims stuck in Turkey's Trabzon - Over 700 Russian hajj pilgrims stuck in Turkey's Trabzon have been delivered home, with another 59 Russians still waiting for a ferry, Russia's Consul General in Trabzon said on Wednesday.
SOP newswire1 million displaced Iraqis - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today launched $126-million year-long emergency operation to feed more than 1 million
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 2 - Israel decided to plunge into inter-Palestinian clashes, killing seven Palestinian rebels Wednesday. According to news agencies, all were members of the Hamas group.
Krzys WasilewskiOn the Verge of Genocide: Tribal Killings Unleashed in Kenya - Pictures of angry people clenching machetes and machine guns have again filled news broadcasts from Africa. These pictures have been shot in Kenya, the country regarded as one of the most stable in Africa.
SOP newswireThe Truth About Kurds and the PKK - Kurds live in Iran, Irak, Syria and Turkey mostly. The Kurdish spoken in one country is hardly understood in the other.
Israeli, At least seven Palestinian militants have been killed - At least seven Palestinian militants have been killed in Israeli air attacks in eastern Gaza and in the center of the Palestinian enclave, home to 1.5 million, local doctors said.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: January 1 - A Student Operated Press journalist in Kenya, Kathryn Were Omwandho, writes that widespread killings, bordering on ethnic cleansing, are taking place in Nairobi.
SOP newswireKurdish rebels in Iraq vow to carry out more attacks against Turkey if airstrikes continue - A Kurdish rebel leader in northern Iraq vowed to take the group's battle for autonomy deep inside Turkey if its cross-border airstrikes do not stop.
SOP newswireIn farewell remarks, top UN envoy expresses hope, concern for Afghanistan - Tom Koenigs, the outgoing Secretary-General's Special Representative for Afghanistan, today voiced both hope for the strife-torn
SOP newswireHybrid force for Darfur set to deploy on 31 December - The United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), set to become the world body’s largest peacekeeping operation
SOP newswireIn Pakistan Churches are Bombed and Believers are Murdered, Tragically the State Favors the Perpetrators Over the Victims - The murder of Benazir Bhutto highlights Pakistan's position as the most dangerous nation on earth, says
SOP newswirePakistan's Bhutto Assassinated - Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday by an attacker who shot her after a campaign rally and then blew himself up.
SOP newswireTrafficking in Persons Office Awards $16.5 Million for 77 Anti-Human Trafficking Programs in 46 Countries - The Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP Office) recently awarded $16.5 million in Fiscal Year 2007 funds for anti-human trafficking programs. A complete list of awarded projects can be found at www.state.gov/g/tip.
SOP newswireSouth Korea's Navy and Coast Guard are searching for 14 missing - South Korea's Navy and Coast Guard are searching for 14 missing sailors after a freighter sank on Tuesday off the South Korean coast, the Yonhap news agency said.
Krzys WasilewskiReflections During the Holidays - Christmas is a visible sign that another year is drawing to a close. How have we changed in 2007?
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