Bono Vs Canada PM
(BBC) U2 frontman Bono has condemned the Canadian prime minister for failing to meet a pledge to boost the country's commitment to foreign aid.

The rock star said he was "bewildered" at Paul Martin, adding he did not believe the politician "would want to hold up history".

Bono went on to read out the number of Mr Martin's office on Canadian radio, urging listeners to call him. [see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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