French President declares national emergency, Notre-Dame Cathedral burns

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 15, 2019 22:47
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French President Emanuel Macron declared a state of national emergency in France on Monday asNotre-Dame Cathedral burns in a fire that is still ongoing.

The French firefighting services avoided using air-efforts to dump water or sand on the cathedral fearing it would collapse. 

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