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In what may be a first, celebs are not speaking up for Ebola. In fact, they’re staying silent — on purpose. Bono, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Morgan Freeman and Connie
Band Aid 30, the 2014 follow-up to the 1984 campaign, is giving its predecessor a run for its money. The update raised $1.5 million for Ebola within five minutes of
Unless you live under a rock, you have probably seen the photos of well known public figures begging the Nigerian government to “bring back our girls”. More than three weeks
Bono spoke out against Exxon, Chevron and others in the oil industry at the Clinton Global Initiative over their lack of transparency.
Bono, Olivia Wilde, and Richard Branson are the latest to join the cause about the world water crisis.
Bono demanded the freedom for Aung San Suu Kyi in a series of concerts in 2009. He will finally get to meet the prominent political figure in Dublin on June 18 when he presents her with Amnesty International’s highest honor.
On Christmas Eve, Bono, Glen Hansard, and other well-known Irish musicians busked Grafton Street in Dublin to raise funds for two local homeless charities.