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'We don't know if it's enough': $1 billion may not cover Notre Dame Cathedral rebuilding costs after fire

USATODAY.com Saturday, 20 April 2019
An international surge in donations may not yet cover the rebuilding costs of Paris' beloved Notre Dame Cathedral, officials say.
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After a fire that raged for at least 12 hours, Notre Dame Cathedral stood damaged but defiant Wednesday and the cross on the church's altar, though buried in debris, was almost shining, reports CBS News' Roxana Saberi.

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