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Recovering after the Paris Notre Dame fire

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Notre Dame looks once again, as it did just before the flames appeared, like a construction site.
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News video: Notre Dame fire: French MPs pass law to rebuild fire-ravaged cathedral in five years

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Notre Dame fire: French MPs pass law to rebuild fire-ravaged cathedral in five years

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