25 Jun '11, 2am

Protest at U2 Glastonbury show turns violent

Protest at U2 Glastonbury show turns violent

But the violence did not stop U2 rattling through an array of their smash hits, including I Still Haven't Found What I am Looking For and Sunday Bloody Sunday. Frontman Bono was wearing his trademark sunglasses and the heavy rain that poured down during the band's set did not seem to affect his performance. Art Uncut had earlier announced their plans to protest against U2, whose frontman is more used to receiving plaudits for a crusade to tackle African debt, poverty and disease.

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New anti-China protest in Vietnam

New anti-China protest in Vietnam

straitstimes.com 26 Jun '11, 8am

Almost 100 Vietnamese rallied in Hanoi on Sunday for a fourth consecutive weekend to protest against China's role in an es...