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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 newswireSecretary-General urges Lebanese leaders to work for national interest - Lebanon’s leaders must place the national interest above their personal and sectarian interests as the country prepares to elect a new
SOP newswireViolence Down, Reconstruction Underway - BAGHDAD — Coalition officials are taking advantage of a decline in insurgent violence to jumpstart a transition into long-term stability
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle for November 16 - Despite long hand shakes and broad smiles, the atmosphere of the first official meeting between US President George W. Bush and Japan's new Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda could be described as lukewarm at most.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld News for November 15 2007: President Musharraf has Achieved the Unexpected - Soon the United States may be home for the largest diaspora of Iraqis as more and more of them apply for permanent residence in America
SOP newswireProgram of the Russian Chairmanship in the Barents Euro-Arctic Council 2007 - 2009 - Established in 1993, the Barents Euro-Arctic Council (BEAC), which comprises the Russian Federation, Denmark, Finland, Iceland
Krzys WasilewskiNews Update - Today, November 14 - Around 20 Cameroonian soldiers died in clashes with rebels operating in the Bakassi Zone.
SOP newswireBlack Sea storm is Ecological disaster - The bodies of three sailors washed ashore Monday after a ferocious Black Sea storm sank five ships, including an oil tanker, raising fears of severe environmental
SOP newswireOpposition TV license suspended by Tbilisi court - The Chairman of News Corp Europe, which owns Imeldi, has described as
SOP newswireDialogue only way forward in resolving Myanmar crisis - The United Nations Special Envoy to Myanmar today urged the South-East Asian nation to immediately begin talks between the Government
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: November 13 - President George W. Bush may be a lame duck but he is not going to lay down his arms.
SOP newswireChina to boost int'l co-op on new, renewable energy - China launched a national science and technology project Monday to boost international cooperation on new and renewable energy.
Krzys WasilewskiIt Happened Monday, November 12 - Even monarchs can grow restive, especially if the honor of their subjects is questioned.
SOP newswireUN warns against delays in deployment of hybrid force - The hybrid United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission to the war-torn Darfur region (UNAMID) still lacks critical transport and
Krzys WasilewskiNovember 9 - Around The World - At least 50 people have been killed and 50 more have been wounded within 24 hours since the start of fighting between rebel groups and Ethiopian forces.
SOP newswirePalestinians trapped in refugee camps on Iraqi-Syrian border - The United Nations refugee agency said today that it is continuing to search for feasible resettlement options for almost 2,000
Krzys WasilewskiNovember 9, 2007 As It Happened - More than 400 people could have been killed by the Kenyan police in the period of only five months.
Chester Moore (Editor)Asiatic elephant conservation should be priority - Problems facing elephants in Asia are growing daily and need addressing.
Krzys WasilewskiGlobal News: November 7, 2007 - President Nicolas Sarkozy has been in the United States for only two days but has already managed to win the hearts and minds of the Washington establishment.
SOP newswireMilitary build-up continues on Ethiopia-Eritrea border - The continuing tensions between Ethiopia and Eritrea, the failure to resolve their longstanding boundary dispute and the military build-up
SOP newswireUN envoy calls for frank assessment of electoral outlook in Nepal - Nepal"s politicians and civil society must conduct a clear assessment of why elections for its Constituent Assembly have had to be postponed
SOP newswire100 dead, Afghan suicide blast - Around 100 people including six lawmakers were killed or wounded in a suicide bombing Tuesday at a sugar factory in northern Afghanistan
Krzys WasilewskiBreaking News from Around The World November 5, 2007 - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Monday that all sides involved in the peace process in the Middle East were determined to sign a final accord before the end of the presidency of George W. Bush.
SOP newswireDepartments of Defense, Law of the Sea Convention - We are pleased that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted out the Law of the Sea Convention. This is an important step forward in the Administration's efforts to
SOP newswireUK: MPA and ACPO on Health and Safety verdict - We must remember an innocent man died during the course of a Met police operation - this is damning enough. Our thoughts continue to be with the Menezes family and friends
SOP newswireUN Official voices alarm at imposition of state of emergency in Pakistan - The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today voiced alarm at the suspension of fundamental rights and imposition of a
SOP newswire800 gallons of nitric acid, recovered - CAMP STRIKER, Iraq – An overnight operation in southwest Baghdad Oct. 30
SOP newswireUnited Nations Special Advisor Ibrahim Gambari has returned to Myanmar - United Nations Special Advisor Ibrahim Gambari has returned to Myanmar where he has begun talks with senior officials on speeding up
SOP newswirePalestinian Traffic Jams, Qalandiya Road Improvements - Jerusalem -- While Palestinian leaders negotiate complex issues on the road map to peace, the Palestinian people negotiate potholes on the road
SOP newswirePolice say, Taliban behead Afghan man and woman - GHAZNI, Afghanistan, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Afghan police have found the beheaded bodies of two Afghan civilians in Ghazni province, southwest of the capital Kabul
SOP newswireUN envoy urges Sudanese parties to secure North-South peace - The Secretary-General's Special Representative for Sudan has stressed the vital need to successfully implement the 2005 Comprehensive Peace
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