Notre Dame clean-up resumes after halt over lead contamination


Work on cleaning up the damage to Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, which was severely damaged by fire in April, resumed on Monday after a break of three weeks due to widespread lead contamination from the building, the extent of which was revealed by Mediapart last month. 

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Clean-up operations at the Notre-Dame resumed Monday, August 19th after French authorities gave the green light following an interruption over more than three weeks due to lead contamination fears, reports FRANCE 24.