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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 newswireFour peacekeepers accused of sex abuse already repatriated UN mission in Sudan - The United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) has already repatriated four of its peacekeepers to Bangladesh following investigations into
John LillpopShortage of Virgins in Islamic Heaven? - Adnan el-Shukrijumah, al-Qaeda field commander in Afghanistan recently warned Muslims to leave the United States because another major terrorist attack is in the works.
John LillpopObama, Osama? What's the Difference? - No report is available yet on whether or not Osama has accepted CNN"s apology"but perhaps OBL has switched to FOX now that the Murdock channel has taken a decided left turn, and thus did not catch the CNN mea culpa.
SOP newswireBan Ki-moon takes over as UN Secretary-General, calls for common action to face crises - Passing an honour guard and welcomed with applause from staff, new United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
SOP newswireAl-Qaida weapons dealer killed during Baghdad raid - BAGHDAD, Iraq " Coalition Forces killed three terrorists, wounded one and detained two other suspected terrorists in a raid Tuesday morning targeting an al-Qaida weapons dealer in the Baghdad area.
SOP newswireSituation in Burma Tom Casey, Deputy Spokesman - We remain concerned about the deteriorating humanitarian and political situation in Burma, which poses a threat to stability in the region. We believe
John LillpopThe New Bush Iraq Strategy - By jove, I think Duyba has got it! - Sequestered at Camp David for the holidays, the president and his top advisers have been toiling late each night (until 7 p.m.) to find a solution.
SOP newswireSudan: UN personnel arrive in ravaged Darfur region to support African Union force - An initial group of 25 uniformed United Nations personnel arrived today in Sudan’s Darfur region to support an African Union mission
John LillpopAmerican Infidel, Second Class, Replies to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has written again. This time, the Iranian president wants to know what Jesus would do were He were present in the world today.
SOP newswireUN personnel arrive in Sudan’s ravaged Darfur region to support African Union force - An initial group of 25 uniformed United Nations personnel arrived today in Sudan’s Darfur region to support an African Union mission (AMIS) that has been working to monitor the strife-torn area, which is roughly the size of France
SOP newswireBasrah Children’s Hospital provides more than healthcare - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is leading the construction efforts for the Basrah Children’s Hospital, which when complete, will provide help
SOP newswireCoalition Forces Kill Senior Taliban Leader - WASHINGTON, Dec. 23, 2006 – A coalition air strike Dec. 19 in Afghanistan’s Helmand province killed a senior member of the Taliban’s inner circle, military officials reported today.
SOP newswireUN Releases Rules on Oil for Food Inquiry Documents - To facilitate continuing investigations by Member States into the findings of the Independent Inquiry Committee (IIC) that examined the scandal-ridden Iraq Oil-for-Food Programme
SOP newswireAmerican Muslims Go on Hajj - Washington -- More American Muslims are expected to perform the hajj in 2006 than in previous years, according to Muslim organizations. The annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia is a religious obligation for all Muslims who are able to make the journey.
SOP newswireSecurity Council extends term of UN office in Sierra Leone as elections approach - The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Integrated Office in Sierra Leone (UNIOSIL) by another year and agreed to
SOP newswireAnnan deeply concerned at Libyan death sentences for foreign health workers - United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today voiced his deep concern at the death sentence imposed by a Libyan court on five Bulgarian
Juliet MaruruThousands Fleeing Fighting in Somali - Ethiopian troops are being reported to be intensifying their fight against Somali Islamic fighters forcing thousands of Somalis to flee into Kenya.
SOP newswireMahmudiyah takes pride in market renovation - BAGHDAD — One of the top priorities for the mayor of Mahmudiyah is rebuilding his city’s downtown market. “It’s the heart of our community,” Muayid Fadhil said.
SOP newswireArab Businesswomen Hone Skills at United Arab Emirates Summit - Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates – Women long have been involved in the business life of the Gulf region. Well before the discovery of oil, women took in embroidery and tailoring and tended gardens to support
SOP newswireIntra-Palestinian violence in Gaza endangers UN humanitarian operations - Armed clashes between rival Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip are endangering United Nations humanitarian operations “and taking a population that has
SOP newswireFiji: U.S. Measures in Response to Military Coup - The United States reiterates its condemnation of the Fiji military’s overthrow of the lawfully elected government. We continue our call on Commodore Bainimarama to abandon
SOP newswireCongo Still Needs International Aid, Africa Specialists Say - Washington -- Despite the Democratic Republic of the Congo's (DRC’s) recent successful presidential elections, the international community must continue to
SOP newswireIraq: UN envoy calls for unity in face of bombings, kidnappings, indiscriminate terror - The top United Nations envoy to Iraq today called on all Iraqis to unite in the face of the recent surge of violence, voicing dismay at last week’s car-bombing in Baghdad in which scores of innocent
SOP newswireNobel laureates Mandela, Tutu back UN efforts for cancer therapy in developing world - South African Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have thrown their support behind a United Nations programme to promote cancer radiation therapy i
SOP newswireUN forum on Palestinian rights adopts declaration urging new system to protect civilians - A United Nations forum on Palestinian rights meeting in Malaysia has adopted a Declaration decrying recent deaths in the Middle East and calling for a new system to protect civilians there.
SOP newswireRebel groups activities in eastern Chad spark concern from Security Council - Voicing grave concern at the increased military activities of armed groups in eastern Chad, the Security Council said today it was particularly alarmed at the threat this posed for both the civilian
SOP newswireConcerned at internal violence in Gaza, Annan urges Palestinians to foster unity - Reacting to recent internal violence in the Gaza Strip, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today called on all Palestinian sides
SOP newswireNext Secretary-General vows to restore trust to United Nations - Sworn in today as the eighth and next United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon pledged that his first goal would be to restore trust in the world body, saying he would lead by example
SOP newswireSomalia: UN launches $237 million appeal for 1.8 million hungry, displaced people - The United Nations today launched a $237-million humanitarian appeal for Somalia for 2007 to alleviate the suffering of 1.8 million people, including 1.4 million
SOP newswireUN-backed fund sharply increases distribution of treated bed nets to fight malaria - The United Nations-backed Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is drastically increasing the number of insectici
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