Beijing Bulletin
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NewsMax
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U2 frontman and AIDS activist Bono - a critic of President Donald Trump in the past - was full of praise for the president's No. 2, telling Vice President Mike Pence we really appreciate his past support for AIDS relief.
NewsMax
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U2 frontman and AIDS activist Bono - a critic of President Donald Trump in the past - was full of praise for the president's No. 2, telling Vice President Mike Pence we really appreciate his past support for AIDS relief.
Voice Of America
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Pence acknowledged his extremely busy schedule during a surprise meeting in Munich Saturday with Rock band U2 frontman Bono. After Pence thanked Bono for "the chance to get together," Bono said, "You're the second busiest man on earth, so we really do appreciate it," as onlookers laughed.
BBC News 24
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Who is up for a good deal? I am! I'm a sucker for a special offer. Most of us are and Tesco knows it too. That's why the shelves at the supermarket are full of special offers. Money off this, by U2 for that, you get the drift. And we all take it for granted that the price we see on the shelf is the price we pay at the till, right? But what if things don't quite add up when you get home and on pack your shopping? I just bought a few bits at Tesco and I'm sure these products were on special offer.
Breitbart News
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U2 frontman Bono condemned the idea of a "national border" as the best way to protect one's country from Islamic terror.
Global News
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Daily Mail - USA
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Politico
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ABC News - International
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The Sun Daily - Tech
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In the United States, subscriptions to Spotify and its rivals more than doubled last year alone. To celebrate the announcement, Cuomo became the latest politician to release his own playlist on Spotify. While less known for his pop culture bona fides than playlist creators such as former president Barack Obama, Cuomo picked multiple songs by Billy Joel, a New York native known to be the governor's friend. Cuomo also picked a range of songs with New York themes including Empire State of Mind by Jay Z and Alicia Keys, U2's Angel of Harlem, Bob Dylan's early song Talkin' New York and the original version of Downtown Train by Tom Waits. — AFP
BBC News 24
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It can create an impression that is very strong. U2 often see movies that are way too long for that format are way too small for that format and so when you get it right it is something very memorable that can come out of it.
Bristol Post
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Bristol City travel to Elland Road to play Leeds United on Tuesday night for a crucial Championship fixture that will have ramifications at both ends of the table.But leaving aside what happens on the pitch, here are some things you might not have known about Leeds' famous old ground:1) What do Queen, U2, Rod Stewart and the Kaizer Chiefs have in common? That's right, they've all performed at Elland Road! We predict a riot on Tuesday night... (on the pitch, that is. The Bristol Post does not...
Cotswold Journal - Showbiz
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The U2 star has owned the work for more than 25 years.
Forbes
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In 2006, Bono launched (RED) at the World Economic Forum. Its purpose was to engage the private sector and its marketing prowess in order to raise funds for the fight against AIDS in Africa. The color red now represents the simple idea that brands can be a force for good in the world.
Beijing Bulletin
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Comments The Rolling Stones last played in Ireland in 2007, when they became one of only two bands in history - U2 is the other - to headline Slane Castle twice. Its expected that the
The Huffington Post
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.. and unforgettable. "It was shocking," Fuchs said about seeing an email from a freelance producer detailing cuts Revolution Studios wanted to make after Taymor took about a year to edit the film following the completion of shooting in 2005. "The movie would've been just some watered down ... and they wanted to call it 'Hey Jude.' " According to Fuchs, Paul McCartney endorsed Taymor's version after he was contacted by U2's Bono, who as Dr. Robert was among A-list performers such as Cocker and Salma Hayek to make cameo appearances. "So she won director's cut and the studio kind of gave her a 'Fuck You' back," Fuchs said. "Like, 'OK, we're just gonna promote Spider-Man 3 and not promote this movie.' I think it just didn't get its fair chance of exposure but it's had a good afterlife, which has been helpful in getting more people exposed. But, you know, I think we all hoped it would just sort of catapult us into our respective careers, mine being a touring musician.
Sky News
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Theresa May invited Donald Trump to the UK last Friday, the accepted that invitation and I think it's U2 scheduled to happen in June this year. However, over 1 million people now have signed a petition online saying they do not want it to happen -- I think it's due.
Politico
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Many involved in the outside efforts are veterans of court battles dating back to the Bush administration. “You feel like a band, kind of like U2,” said Gary Marx, a Republican strategist involved in mobilizing conservative groups on behalf of the nominee. “You’ve done a number of world tours, a whole lot of albums and looking to release another major one.”
Daily Mail - Event
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For a long time, the five men from Manchester known as Elbow were second only to the four men from Dublin known as U2 as the most durable of rock bands.
The Huffington Post
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" Nashville singer-songwriter Sarah Darling will release Dream Country , her third full-length album, on Feb. 10. Reboot or rebirth? As connected as Darling hopes to stay with Nashville's country community, Dream Country is a remarkable change of pace. But the genre's proud representative sees the scene opening up while accepting artists she admires such as Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell and Sturgill Simpson. The "cinematic, dreamy album with strings on it" that Darling describes might surprise many country fans, but it shouldn't for anyone who has heard her gorgeous takes on songs by the Beatles' ("Blackbird"), Fleetwood Mac ("Landslide") and U2 ("With or Without You"). "It's funny because we always think of everything in genres these days," she said. "And I don't. I don't even know if it is a genre." If someone needs to attach a label to it, Darling is proud to say it's different than anything she has done in the past, adding, "And different is good, I think.
BBC News 24
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Hosed those suckers down! U2 are really bringing up the tone this morning! I'm just searching for a real treat I'm going to bring you in a moment from the papers. That's a promise! We start with news overnight Australia. Not brilliant news.
Beijing Bulletin
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U2 is taking their 1987 masterpiece The Joshua Tree on tour in stadiums across America and Europe this year in honor of the albumapos;s 30th anniversary. Itapos;s a chance for the band to re
Beijing Bulletin
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