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Rocker wins round as eBay scraps 'Live 8' ticket sales

But controversy still mires concert

By Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / June 15, 2005

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LONDON -- Irish rocker Bob Geldof was hoping for global harmony when he organized a benefit concert series for this summer featuring some of rock's biggest names, including Paul McCartney, U2, Coldplay, and REM, to raise awareness about the ravages of poverty and AIDS in Africa. (Full article: 969 words)

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