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Notre Dame to be Closed for 5-6 Years

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Notre Dame to be Closed for 5-6 Years

News i'm will robinson-smith at the breaking news center.

--in the past 10 minutes --notre dame's rector: --paris cathedral will be closed for five to six years --bishop patrick chauvet --"a segment of the cathedral has been very weakened" --president emanuel macron --said notre dame will be closed for roughly same amount of time --unclear what the church's 67 employees would be doing in the future.




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