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A fire that spread from the attic of Notre-Dame cathedral on Monday has caused its spire to crash to the ground, and devastated ParisA's historical monument.
"I'm at times devastated and at times delighted with it - but always really surprised.
We will miss him and are devastated and heartbroken.
Sue said she has been left devastated by the burglary.
They ransacked the property and made off with belongings worth an estimated PS11,000, leaving the man devastated, according to police.
Our national economy devastated due to plunging into war on terror.
LEIGH HALFPENNY has spoken for the first time since injury ruled him out of the World Cup, admitting he is "devastated" but insisting Warren Gatland's men can "go all the way".
Over 7,000 people are reported to have died and more than 14,000 injured in the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that devastated Nepal.
Chris Martin, Coldplay lead singer, has been reportedly devastated by his divorce from Gawyneth Paltrow.
A DEVASTATED Wakefield family have appealed for help to find a hit-and-run driver who left their six-year-old "bundle of joy" to die.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday evening called Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan to discuss the ongoing efforts to stabilize the country following the March 11 earthquakes and tsunami that devastated the country.
Lily and her partner Sam Cooper were devastated when she suffered a miscarriage earlier this month while six months pregnant.
A STUDENT left devastated when his best friend collapsed and died from a heart defect is having a tattoo of a heart charity done in his memory.
AaAaAa A 8.8 magnitude quake devastated central parts of the country, killing more than 700 people.
ISTANBUL, Jan 19, 2010 (TUR) -- The Foundation for Human Rights & Freedoms & Humanitarian Relief distributed humanitarian aid in Haiti following a magnitude-7 quake devastated the country.