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Notre Dame is almost saved, says French cultuurminister Franck Riester
The Notre-Dame of Paris is "almost saved" in spite of some "sensitive points" to the vault. That said, the French minister of Culture, Franck Riester on a hommageconcert for the cathedral, five days after the fire.

"Notre-Dame is today almost saved, for all of the remaining sensitive areas - the northern dakgevel, the western dakgevel, between the two bell towers of the facade, the southern bell tower - all these points are secured, stabilized, and that is exciting news", said Riester.

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"The vault remains. There are a few weak points, so are the teams of the ministry of Culture together with the companies of the debris at the clean up that is still on the vault. At the same time, it will gradually be covered. From then on, we will be able to say that the Notre-Dame cathedral of Paris saved," said the cultuurminister in the courtyard of Les Invalides, in the centre of Paris, where the big concert took place.

20 million donated

"There are 300,000 people that a modest donation to have done, of one, two or five euros. In total, that makes almost 20 million euros thanks to the small donations from people," said a satisfied tv presenter Stéphane Bern, the figures quoted from the Foundation for cultural Heritage.

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