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'It wasn’t intentional': French official says Notre-Dame fire was an accident

SBS Tuesday, 16 April 2019
After nine hours of fighting, the Notre-Dame fire is finally out. Now investigators look into how the blaze was started.
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Over 800 years of history turned to ash and rubble. A truly horrific scene on the world stage.

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