Today is the 64th birthday of Burma's imprisoned leader Aung San Suu Kyi. U2, Paul McCartney, George Clooney and a host of other famous names have been posting 64 word messages of support on a dedicated website. The Nobel Peace Laureate will spend her birthday in detention - her 14th birthday in detention. Add your own message of support.
It's a big, big week for U2... and here's some of the highlights. After the Echo show in Berlin last night the band went out for dinner with Michael Mittermeier, film director Wim Wenders and musician Herbert Gronemeyer.
The band are special guests of the BBC at the end of the month, performing for Radio 1's Live Lounge and interviewed on the Radio 2 drivetime show. You might even be able to snag a ticket in their competition.
With 'Boots' released in the UK on Monday, complete with the title track of the new album on the b-side, the record company have launched a very cool competition - they're giving away 4,000 7" Single Collector's Edition Boxes. Here's how you can get yours.