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Christians 'under siege', Sydney archbishop says in wake of Notre-Dame blaze

SBS Thursday, 18 April 2019
Catholic Archbishop of Sydney says he hopes the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire was not a deliberate attack.
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Around 400 firefighters worked through the night to extinguish the fire that broke out at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris on Monday evening. The Catholic Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Vincent Nichols said that he was "in tears" watching the fire at the Parisian cathedral, and added that he was...

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