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NEWS - Hearts + Minds

20 September, 2010
'The most visionary deal that most people have never heard of...'  Bono's latest column in New York Times.
17 September, 2010
Music Rising in $1m partnership with Tulane University to develop curriculum in music  of New Orleans and Gulf Coast.
07 September, 2010
Ahead of last night's  show the band met with Hanim, widow of Fehmi Tosun and with Salil Shetty, Secretary General of Amnesty.
14 May, 2010
Thanks for all the greetings you've been posting to mark Bono's birthday this week. The good folk at The African Well Fund are celebrating in their usual fine way - funding a clean water project in Zimbabwe.
29 April, 2010
'Who let the peacenick in?' Bono has received the Humanitarian Leadership Award from The Atlantic Council for his work in raising awareness to fight extreme poverty in Africa.
18 April, 2010
Bono's reflecting on his recent trip to Africa in his latest column for the New York Times: 'Picked up some interesting melody lines everywhere from palace to pavement.
09 March, 2010
Bono and John Legend collaborate with Angelique Kidjo on a classic track for her new album. Take a listen.
22 January, 2010
Jay-Z, Bono, The Edge and Rihanna debuted 'Stranded' in London tonight, one of the highlights of a powerful two-hour global telethon raising funds for the people of Haiti. Watch it now and download the track.
22 January, 2010
Jay-Z, Bono, Edge and Rihanna have recorded a track called 'Stranded (Haiti Mon Amour)' to raise funds for earthquake relief in Haiti. Buy it through iTunes later tonight.
22 January, 2010
'So me and Bono started going back and forth with ideas, and he was like, 'You know this word 'stranded' keeps standing out to me.' Producer Swizz on how 'Stranded' came together.
20 January, 2010
Edge and Bono join a star-studded line-up this Friday for 'Hope for Haiti Now:A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief. Pre-order the album now.
23 December, 2009
'They said there'd be snow at Christmas...' A year ago the band recorded a cover of the Greg Lake classic 'I Believe in Father Christmas'. This seemed like just the moment to bring back that very atmospheric video. Take a look.
14 December, 2009
New look and new site for Music Rising, the campaign dedicated to preserving the rich musical heritage of the Gulf Coast region.
01 December, 2009
It's World AIDS Day and Bono's been hanging out with some very fine footballers in London to kick off a new initiative designed to fight AIDS in Africa. Lace up...
12 October, 2009
You've been emailing Edge with your photos - wearing the Aung San Suu Kyi Mask all over the world. Check out some of the best.
20 September, 2009
Carnegie Hall in New York is the place to be on October 4th. Hal Willner presents a stellar line-up of artists to mark the birthday of Gavin Friday and to raise funds to fight AIDS in Africa. Tickets on sale now - here's the lowdown.
03 September, 2009
Berlin to Sarajevo, Zagreb to Dublin, you've been wearing the Aung San Suu Kyi mask all over the world. Edge has chosen some of his favourites.
01 September, 2009
Second part of our U2.com mini-documentary on how Alma Catel, star of 1995's Miss Sarajevo, travelled to Zagreb last month to see the band play. (And what happened at the show...)
15 August, 2009
Eunice Kennedy Shriver by Bono.
11 August, 2009
U2 have joined the widespread condemnation at the conviction of Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's pro-democracy leader.
06 August, 2009
'New Year's Day' is the soundtrack to a TV spot from The European Commission, celebrating the 20th anniversary of free elections in Poland earlier this year. The band play Chorzow in Poland tonight.
05 August, 2009
A city under siege, captured in Bill Carter's award-winning documentary 'Miss Sarajevo'. Ahead of the band's return to the region for their shows in Zagreb, this exclusive edit is a reminder of what life was like... not so long ago.
03 August, 2009
'Witness is contagious. Though I had no clear answer to press queries as to whether the award would have an effect on Daw Suu Kyi's immediate situation, I do know that her witness to human rights has inspired countless others.'
03 August, 2009
'Once the music began, no one cared about last names, nations, or religion. All they cared about was the music. The simple celebration of music became a celebration of the end of the war.' A week ahead of U2's Zagreb shows, Bill Carter remembers what it was like when U2 played Sarajevo in 1997... and how a city under siege had become a defining image of the ZOO TV Tour.
28 July, 2009
'It's one of those moments in the show which become an emotional highpoint...' Walk On with Aung San Suu Kyi.
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