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  • The moon rises above the sky in Kibera. Security lights installed in different parts come on at dusk and help to illuminate the wider sections of the slum. Photo by © Bryan Jaybee @storitellah #KiberaStories
  • The moon rises above the sky in Kibera. Security lights installed in different parts come on at dusk and help to illuminate the wider sections of the slum. Photo by © Bryan Jaybee @storitellah #KiberaStories
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Notre Dame lives!
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She is injured, but alive. Mme Martine Hercouet, is one of thousands of people from Paris and the entire world that are lining the streets around the Notre Dame Cathedral that has suffered a major fire, but saved from total destruction by very brave French fireman who succeeded in putting out a blaze that has seriously injured the rooftop of this church that has touched the hearts of so many millions of people worldwide.
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I flew all night from NY to Paris and landed early this morning and made my way immediately to the church. Like to many, Martine told me her first vision of the church today brought tears to her eyes.
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© Peter Turnley, Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, April 16, 2019.
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    Notre Dame lives!
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    She is injured, but alive. Mme Martine Hercouet, is one of thousands of people from Paris and the entire world that are lining the streets around the Notre Dame Cathedral that has suffered a major fire, but saved from total destruction by very brave French fireman who succeeded in putting out a blaze that has seriously injured the rooftop of this church that has touched the hearts of so many millions of people worldwide.
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    I flew all night from NY to Paris and landed early this morning and made my way immediately to the church. Like to many, Martine told me her first vision of the church today brought tears to her eyes.
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    © Peter Turnley, Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, April 16, 2019.
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