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Topic - Bob Geldof
The athletes and the Olympic torch have arrived in London — and so has the party.
Bob Geldof is being awarded an honorary doctorate from an Israeli university for his work to end hunger in Africa and raise awareness about poverty.
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"The food initiative looks promising, but what will Italy's contribution be?" said Bob Geldof, another singer involved with One, who said Italy has delivered on only 3 percent of its commitment to African aid since 2005. "Mr. Berlusconi, you owe the poor a billion euros. Where is it, Mr. Three Percent?"
Geldof has said that he was inspired to organize the event after watching a news broadcast about the Ethiopian famine.