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French Lawmakers Pass Bill On Notre-Dame; New Report Says Cathedral Nearly Collapsed During Fire

Eurasia Review Thursday, 18 July 2019
France’s Parliament on Tuesday passed a bill on the rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral— three months after a fire destroyed the church’s roof— even amid disagreement on the best way to proceed with the restoration.

The April 15 fire destroyed the wooden roof of the cathedral as well as a spire that was added to the...
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News video: Restoration work continues on Notre Dame cathedral after fire

Restoration work continues on Notre Dame cathedral after fire 01:03

Work to restore Notre Dame cathedral after a devastating fire destroyed the roof and the famous spire. New footage from inside the Paris landmark shows the extent of the damage three months after the fire.

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