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Ukraine's Eurovision entry Kalush Orchestra.

Ukraine's Eurovision entry Kalush Orchestra.

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Vladimir Putin. Credit: AP

Vladimir Putin. Credit: AP

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Wayne and Coleen Rooney. Credit: James Manning/PA

Wayne and Coleen Rooney. Credit: James Manning/PA

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Ukraine's Eurovision entry Kalush Orchestra.

Where help is needed in times of international crisis, Bono’s your man. At the start of this week, our superhero in the Lucozade coloured glasses winged in to Kyiv for an impromptu concert in a bomb shelter.

The immediate, predictable and not terribly original response on social media: “Hasn’t Ukraine suffered enough?”


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