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G7-SUMMIT/
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June 11, 2021
Carrie Johnson, spouse of Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, attends a reception at The Eden Project,...
Bodelva, United Kingdom
Reception at The Eden Project on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Cornwall
Carrie Johnson, spouse of Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, attends a reception at The Eden Project, on the sidelines of the G7 summit, in Bodelva, Cornwall, Britain, June 11, 2021. Jack Hill/Pool via REUTERS
G7-SUMMIT/
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June 11, 2021
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson arrive at The Eden Project for a...
Bodelva, United Kingdom
Reception at The Eden Project on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Cornwall
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson arrive at The Eden Project for a reception, on the sidelines of the G7 summit, in Bodelva, Cornwall, Britain, June 11, 2021. Jack Hill/Pool via REUTERS
G7-SUMMIT/
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June 11, 2021
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson attend a reception at The Eden Project,...
Bodelva, United Kingdom
Reception at The Eden Project on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Cornwall
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson attend a reception at The Eden Project, on the sidelines of the G7 summit, in Bodelva, Cornwall, Britain, June 11, 2021. Jack Hill/Pool via REUTERS
G7-SUMMIT/
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June 11, 2021
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson arrive at The Eden Project for a...
Bodelva, United Kingdom
Reception at The Eden Project on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Cornwall
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson arrive at The Eden Project for a reception, on the sidelines of the G7 summit, in Bodelva, Cornwall, Britain, June 11, 2021. Jack Hill/Pool via REUTERS
G7-SUMMIT/
RTXD6H3N
June 11, 2021
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson arrive at The Eden Project for a...
Bodelva, United Kingdom
Reception at The Eden Project on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Cornwall
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his spouse Carrie Johnson arrive at The Eden Project for a reception, on the sidelines of the G7 summit, in Bodelva, Cornwall, Britain, June 11, 2021. Jack Hill/Pool via REUTERS
GABRIEL
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July 02, 2005
British musician Peter Gabriel smiles during the Africa Calling Live 8 concert, at the Eden Project in...
Bodelva, UK
British musician Peter Gabriel smiles during the Africa Calling Live 8 concert, at the Eden Project .....
British musician Peter Gabriel smiles during the Africa Calling Live 8 concert, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west.
LIVE 8
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July 02, 2005
Artists perform at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest...
Bodelva, UK
Artists perform at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, sout.....
Artists perform at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. [People power rose up across four continents as Irish rocker Bob Geldof urged music fans at Live8 gigs around the globe to cry ``No more excuses'' to the G8 leaders of the world's leading industrialized nations.]
JOLIE
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July 02, 2005
U.S. actress and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie (R) holds the hand of her son Maddox at Africa...
Bodelva, UK
U.S. actress and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie (R) holds the hand of her son Maddox at Af.....
U.S. actress and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie (R) holds the hand of her son Maddox at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on world leaders to do more to help the poor. Live8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in [Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west.
LIVE 8
RTXNMD8
July 02, 2005
A general view of the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, venue of Africa Calling, one of the...
Bodelva, UK
A general view of the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, venue of Africa Calling, one of .....
A general view of the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, venue of Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, being held on July 2, 2005. More than a million people jammed Live8 venues around the globe on Saturday as a galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest concert to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor.
LIVE 8
RTXNMD7
July 02, 2005
British musician Peter Gabriel (L) performs with Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema at Africa Calling, one...
Bodelva, UK
British musician Peter Gabriel (L) performs with Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema at Africa Calling, o.....
British musician Peter Gabriel (L) performs with Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall in south-west England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in [Tokyo in the east and ending in North America] in the west.
LIVE 8
RTXNMD6
July 02, 2005
British singer Dido (R) performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts,...
Bodelva, UK
British singer Dido (R) performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 .....
British singer Dido (R) performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. [People power rose up across four continents as Irish rocker Bob Geldof urged music fans at Live8 gigs around the globe to cry ``No more excuses'' to the G8 leaders of the world's leading industrialized nations.]
LIVE 8
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July 02, 2005
Workers stand on the top of a Biome at the Eden Project in Cornwall, July 2, 2005 near a Make Poverty...
Bodelva, UK
Workers stand on the top of a Biome at the Eden Project in Cornwall, July 2, 2005 near a Make Povert.....
Workers stand on the top of a Biome at the Eden Project in Cornwall, July 2, 2005 near a Make Poverty History banner during Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west.
JOLIE
RTXNMD4
July 02, 2005
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie...
Bodelva, UK
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie.....
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie smiles while visiting Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in [Tokyo in the east and ending in North America] in the west.
JOLIE
RTXNMD3
July 02, 2005
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie...
Bodelva, UK
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie.....
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie poses with her son Maddox at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in [Tokyo in the east and ending in North America] in the west.
ORYEMA
RTXNMCT
July 02, 2005
Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema speaks to reporters before the start of the Africa Calling concert at...
Bodelva, UK
Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema speaks to reporters before the start of the Africa Calling concert at.....
Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema speaks to reporters before the start of the Africa Calling concert at the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, July 2, 2005. Africa Calling is one of the series of Live 8 concerts taking place around the world on Saturday.
LIVE 8
RTXNMCO
July 02, 2005
Tim Smit (L), Eden Project chief executive, Thomas Brooman (2nd L), co-founder of WOMAD, and Peter Gabriel...
Bodelva, UK
Tim Smit (L), Eden Project chief executive, Thomas Brooman (2nd L), co-founder of WOMAD, and Peter G.....
Tim Smit (L), Eden Project chief executive, Thomas Brooman (2nd L), co-founder of WOMAD, and Peter Gabriel pose for the [media] before the start of the Africa Calling concert at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. Africa Calling is one of the series of Live 8 concerts taking place around the world on Saturday.
BODELVA
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July 02, 2005
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall,...
Bodelva, UK
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in ...
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England. British singer Dido (R) performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. People power rose up across four continents as Irish rocker Bob Geldof urged music fans at Live 8 gigs around the globe to cry "No more excuses" to the G8 leaders of the world's leading industrialized nations. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BODELVA
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July 02, 2005
Artists perform at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest...
Bodelva, UK
Artists perform at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England.
Artists perform at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. People power rose up across four continents as Irish rocker Bob Geldof urged music fans at Live 8 gigs around the globe to cry "No more excuses" to the G8 leaders of the world's leading industrialized nations. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/DY
BODELVA
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July 02, 2005
British musician Peter Gabriel smiles during the Africa Calling Live 8 concert at the Eden Project in...
Bodelva, UK
British musician Peter Gabriel smiles during the Africa Calling Live 8 concert at the Eden Project in...
British musician Peter Gabriel smiles during the Africa Calling Live 8 concert at the Eden Project in Cornwall. British musician Peter Gabriel smiles during the Africa Calling Live 8 concert, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BODELVA
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July 02, 2005
A general view of the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, venue of Africa Calling, one of the...
Bodelva, UK
A general view of the Eden Project in Cornwall, venue of Africa Calling Live 8 concert.
A general view of the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, venue of Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, being held on July 2, 2005. More than a million people jammed Live 8 venues around the globe on Saturday as a galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest concert to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/DL
BODELVA
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July 02, 2005
Artists dance on the stage of Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall,...
Bodelva, UK
Artists dance on the stage of Africa Calling at the Eden Project in Cornwall.
Artists dance on the stage of Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, July 2, 2005. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take place in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/SA
BODELVA
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July 02, 2005
Senegal's singer Youssou N'dour performs at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project...
Bodelva, UK
Senegal's singer Youssou N'dour performs at Africa Calling at the Eden Project in Cornwall.
Senegal's singer Youssou N'dour performs at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall in south-west England July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/CN
BODELVA
RTRG9XN
July 02, 2005
Artists perform at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest...
Bodelva, UK
Artists perform at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England.
Artists perform at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. People power rose up across four continents as Irish rocker Bob Geldof urged music fans at Live 8 gigs around the globe to cry "No more excuses" to the G8 leaders of the world's leading industrialized nations. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/DY
BODELVA
RTRG9XG
July 02, 2005
British musician Peter Gabriel performs with Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema at Africa Calling at the...
Bodelva, UK
British musician Peter Gabriel performs with Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema at Africa Calling at the...
British musician Peter Gabriel performs with Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema at Africa Calling at the Eden Project in Cornwall. British musician Peter Gabriel (L) performs with Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall in south-west England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BODELVA
RTRG9U4
July 02, 2005
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall,...
Bodelva, UK
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in ...
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England. British singer Dido (R) performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. People power rose up across four continents as Irish rocker Bob Geldof urged music fans at Live 8 gigs around the globe to cry "No more excuses" to the G8 leaders of the world's leading industrialized nations. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BODELVA
RTRG9TN
July 02, 2005
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall,...
Bodelva, UK
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in ...
British singer Dido performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England. British singer Dido (R) performs with Senegal's Youssou N'dour at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock stars staged the world's biggest live concert on Saturday to pressure rich nations into doing more for the poor. People power rose up across four continents as Irish rocker Bob Geldof urged music fans at Live 8 gigs around the globe to cry "No more excuses" to the G8 leaders of the world's leading industrialized nations. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BODELVA
RTRG8KO
July 02, 2005
Actress Angelina Jolie smiles while visiting Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at Eden Project...
Bodelva, UK
Actress Angelina Jolie smiles while visiting Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at Eden Project...
Actress Angelina Jolie smiles while visiting Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England. Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie smiles while visiting Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BODELVA
RTRG8EA
July 02, 2005
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie...
Bodelva, UK
Actress Jolie holds son Maddox at Africa Calling concert at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England....
Hollywood actress and United Nations High Commission for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie poses with her son Maddox at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov PP05080094 SN/DY
BODELVA
RTRG7NG
July 02, 2005
Chartwell Dutiro from Zimbabwe performs at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project...
Bodelva, UK
Chartwell Dutiro from Zimbabwe performs at Africa Calling at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest...
Chartwell Dutiro from Zimbabwe performs at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on world leaders to do more to help the poor. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SM/DY
BODELVA
RTRG7BO
July 02, 2005
Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema speaks to reporters before the start of the Africa Calling concert at...
Bodelva, UK
Ugandan artist Oryema speaks to journalists at Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England.
Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema speaks to reporters before the start of the Africa Calling concert at the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, July 2, 2005. Africa Calling is one of the series of Live 8 concerts taking place around the world on Saturday. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SN/DY
BODELVA
RTRG7B1
July 02, 2005
Africa Calling organisers Gabriel, Smit and Brooman pose for press at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest...
Bodelva, UK
Africa Calling organisers Gabriel, Smit and Brooman pose for press at Eden Project in Cornwall, ...
Africa Calling organisers Gabriel, Smit and Brooman pose for press at Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England. Tim Smit (L), Eden Project chief executive, Thomas Brooman (2nd L), co-founder of WOMAD, and Peter Gabriel pose for the media before the start of the Africa Calling concert at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. Africa Calling is one of the series of Live 8 concerts taking place around the world on Saturday. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BODELVA
RTRG8DO
July 01, 2005
U.S. actress and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie (R) holds the hand of her son Maddox at Africa...
Bodelva, UK
US actress Jolie holds her son Maddox at Africa Calling at Eden Project in Cornwall.
U.S. actress and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie (R) holds the hand of her son Maddox at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, south-west England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on world leaders to do more to help the poor. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov Pictures of the Month July 2005 Pictures of the year 2005 SM/TC
BODELVA
RTRG7NP
July 01, 2005
Chartwell Dutiro from Zimbabwe performs at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project...
Bodelva, UK
Chartwell Dutiro from Zimbabwe performs at Africa Calling at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest...
Chartwell Dutiro from Zimbabwe performs at Africa Calling, one of the Live 8 concerts, at the Eden Project in Cornwall, southwest England, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on world leaders to do more to help the poor. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov Pictures of the Month July 2005 Pictures of the year 2005 SM/DY
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