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At London’s Grosvenor House Wednesday, Midge Ure, left, and Bob Geldof announced plans for Live 8, a day of free concerts designed to highlight the problem of Third World debt. The Make Poverty History campaign hopes to persuade the G8 governments to cancel debt owed them by developing countries.

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