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aA mockery of democracya: US supreme court in question after abortion ruling
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In abruptly scrapping the constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy the court went against the popular will a only 25% of Americans now have confidence in the institution

Striding from the US supreme court to the nearby US Capitol, holding aloft a sign that said aMy body my choicea and aWomenas right to choosea, Taylor Treacy was struggling to fathom how she had fewer constitutional rights now than when she awoke that morning.

aItas heartbreaking,a said the 28-year-old, who works in sports marketing. aThe people who have legally gotten abortions in the United States are mostly Black and brown women, yet the five justices able to have the final word were four powerful men and one white woman. Weare allowing more access to guns yet weare taking away the rights of women. It just seems like weare going backwards.a

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Anger as protests continue across US after supreme court overturns Roe
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In New York demonstrations fell on Pride weekend, as thousands gathered downtown to celebrate and give voice to anger

Protests over a US supreme court decision that overturned abortion rights continued across the country this weekend. In New York, thousands marched to voice their anger at the ruling that came at the end of a dizzying week around not just reproductive rights but also gun carry laws and the US Capitol attack.

aNot your uterus, not your choice,a many shouted as the demonstrations progressed in Washington DC., New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Atlanta and Austin.

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Illinois Republican tells Trump rally that Roe verdict a avictory for white lifea
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Mary Milleras remarks are greeted with cheers by crowd, though spokesman claims she meant to say aright to lifea

Illinois Republican Mary Miller told a crowd at a rally held alongside former president Donald Trump that the supreme courtas decision to overturn Roe v Wade was a avictory for white lifea.

aPresident Trump, on behalf of all the Maga patriots in America, I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the supreme court yesterday,a she said, drawing cheers from the crowd in Illinois.

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With the end of Roe, the US edges closer and closer to civil war | Stephen Marche
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The question is no longer whether there will be a civil conflict in America. The question is how the sides will divide, and who will prevail

The cracks in the foundations of the United States are widening, rapidly and on several fronts. The overturning of Roe v Wade has provoked a legitimacy crisis no matter what your politics.

For the right, the leaking of the draft memo last month revealed the breakdown of bipartisanship and common purpose within the institution. For the left, it demonstrated the will of dubiously selected Republican justices to overturn established rights that have somewhere near 70% to 80% political support.

Stephen Marche is the author, most recently, of The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future

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Capitol attack hearings: if Republicans did nothing wrong, why were pardons sought?
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The email from Alabamaas Mo Brooks potentially reveals what conduct by lawmakers he feared might be criminal

One of the most striking all-purpose, preemptive pardon requests that the House select committee investigating the Capitol attack has revealed came from Alabamaas Mo Brooks.

In an email obtained by the Guardian, Brooks sought preemptive pardons for lawmakers involved in objecting to the certification of Joe Bidenas election win.

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US bans Juul but young vapers are already switching to newer products
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Analysis: Juul is only the fourth most popular e-cigarette with adolescents, who are opting for disposable alternatives

This week, the US effectively banned Juul after the Food and Drug Administration ordered the e-cigarette maker to remove its popular products from the marketplace.

Experts have hailed the move as significant. But they are also concerned that such efforts are failing to keep up with a fast-moving vaping industry a one where young people leap quickly from one product to another.

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Murdered British journalist Dom Phillips laid to rest in Brazil
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My brother was killed because he tried to tell the world what was happening to the rainforest, says Sian Phillips

The British journalist Dom Phillips has been laid to rest in Brazil, exactly three weeks after he was gunned down while journeying through the Amazon with the Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira.

Pereira and Phillips, a longtime Guardian contributor, disappeared while travelling on the ItaquaA River on Sunday 5 June.

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Why did they wait? Uvalde anger grows over bungled police response
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Searing public testimony illustrates extreme reluctance of police chief to let his officers put a stop to the carnage

Ruben Ruiz, a school district police officer in Uvalde, Texas, was standing in a hallway outside the classroom where his wife taught fourth-graders a couple of days before summer break. His wife, Eva Mireles, had just called his cellphone, begging for help after an intruder had shot her and her students.

Ruiz was among 18 officers who had rushed over to his wifeas school, Robb elementary, in response to reports of an active shooter. He was ready to charge in with a few of his fellow law enforcement officers, battle the 18-year-old rifleman who had invaded the campus, and hopefully save his wife and her students.

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22 people found dead in South African nightclub
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Police in southern city of East London launch investigation and officials rule out stampede


Police forensic teams in South Africa are investigating the deaths of 22 young people at a nightclub and bar in the southern coastal town of East London.

Specialists have yet to establish the cause of the tragedy, which occurred during end of school year celebrations by teenagers. Local residents raised the alarm at around 4am, officials said.

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Ghislaine Maxwell put on suicide watch, but isnat suicidal, ahead of sentencing
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Move prompts Maxwellas attorney to seek to postpone her sentencing because she canat properly prepare for the hearing

Guards at the federal prison where Ghislaine Maxwell awaits her sentencing for her role in an elaborate child sexual abuse case have placed her on suicide watch, though she isnat suicidal, according to court records.

The move prompted the British socialiteas attorney to write a letter telling the judge in the case that Maxwell would seek to postpone her sentencing Tuesday because she canat properly prepare for the hearing. Prison officials on Friday took away Maxwellas legal papers a along with her regular clothes, toothpaste and soap a while putting her in solitary confinement and on suicide watch, said the letter from her attorney Bobby Sternheim.

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Boris Johnson tries to calm Tory anger over his athird terma remarks
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Prime minister says he meant he was focused on amassive agendaa after No 10 initially suggested he was joking

Boris Johnson has sought to defuse a row triggered by his declaration that he wanted to remain in office until the 2030s, by saying he meant he was focused on his reform agenda.

Coming after two huge byelection defeats revived talk in the Conservative party of Johnson being forced out of office within weeks or months, the prime ministeras comment about already planning a third term prompted a former cabinet minister to say he was acompletely delusionala.

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Record number of LGBTQ+ candidates run for US Congress in wake of attacks
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At least 101 members stood for elections in 2022 as threats of violence and suspension of rights loom for the community

The supreme courtas landmark abortion ruling immediately wiped away abortion rights for millions of Americans, but tucked away in Clarence Thomasas concurring opinion on the case was another threat: to the rights of LGBTQ+ people across the US.

In his opinion, written to accompany the Roe v Wade decision, Thomas, part of the controlling cabal of rightwing justices, suggested that the court should areconsidera the right to same-sex relationships and same-sex marriage, which was legalized nationwide in 2015.

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Oslo shootings wonat stop fight against hate, says Norwayas prime minister
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Jonas Gahr StA,re joined mourners, church leaders and royalty at the memorial service to the victims of the attack

Fatal shootings at a gay bar in Oslo would not halt the fight against adiscrimination, prejudice and hatea, Norwayas prime minister has said, as the country paid tribute to the victims of the attack in the early hours of Saturday morning.

The altar and aisles of the Norwegian capitalas cathedral were draped with rainbow flags for a special memorial service on Sunday attended by mourners, government ministers, church leaders and Crown Princess Mette-Marit.

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Pablo Picasso: hidden photos reveal the artistic talent of his lover and muse
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Dora Maar was a pioneering artist in her own right who documented the rise of Surrealism in Paris

To many, she is La Femme qui Pleure, the weeping woman whose anguish was portrayed in a series of paintings by Pablo Picasso, to whom she was both mistress and muse.

In truth, Dora Maar, the model for the paintings, was an artist in her own right before she met the lover who would cast a long shadow over her life and work.

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Russia-Ukraine war: one killed as Kyiv hit by missile strikes; G7 leaders gather in Germany a live updates
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Strikes hit Shevchenkivskiy district of Ukraine capital, says mayor Vitali Klitschko; G7 leaders to discuss energy and food crisis at Bavarian retreat

Kyivas mayor, Vitali Klitschko, says two people have been taken to hospital after Sunday morningas missile strikes, with search and rescue operations continuing. In a Telegram post, Klitschko said people may still be trapped under rubble at a residential building in the Shevchenkivskyi district.

Some of the dozens of long-range Russian missile strikes on Saturday were, for the first time, launched from Tu-22 bombers deployed from Belarus, Ukraineas military says.

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Historian says donat compare Ukraine invasion with his book on first world war
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Author of bestselling account Sleepwalkers, widely read in Germany, says the 1914 analogy is flawed

A leading historian of the outbreak of the first world war has urged admirers of his work among Germanyas political elite to stop drawing comparisons to the conflict in Ukraine, warning any parallels between 1914 and 2022 are flawed.

Cambridge academic Christopher Clarkas account of the complex logic behind each of the main actorsa entry into the global conflict, The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914, was an international bestseller after its publication in 2013. The book struck a particular chord in Germany, where it provided a counterview to a prevailing narrative of national war guilt and has sold more than 350,000 copies.

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Russian missiles strike Kyiv for first time in three weeks
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One man killed and residential buildings damaged in attack on central district before planned Nato summit on Tuesday

Kyiv was hit by four Russian missile strikes early on Sunday morning for the first time in three weeks, during which life had been slowly returning to the Ukrainian capital in the relative calm.

Columns of smoke rose over the central Shevchenkivskyi district, home to a cluster of universities, restaurants and art galleries, at 6.22am as G7 leaders prepared for three days of meetings in Germany with Russiaas war in Ukraine at the top of the agenda. Kyivas mayor, Vitali Klitschko, said two residential buildings had been hit in what he called an attempt to aintimidate Ukrainiansa before the G7 meeting and a Nato summit in Madrid beginning on Tuesday.

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Boris Johnson warns of risk of fatigue in westas support for Ukraine
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At G7 summit, PM pushes for renewed sanctions and says he would welcome a visit to UK by Volodymyr Zelenskiy

Boris Johnson has warned about the likelihood of afatiguea among western nations over continued support for Ukraine, as he began talks at the G7 summit in Germany, where he hopes to push for renewed sanctions against Russia.

Before the first day of the annual gathering of political leaders, held amid ultra-tight security in the Bavarian countryside, Johnson also hailed a new international ban on importing Russia gold.

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Glastonbury 2022: Sundayas build up to Kendrick Lamar, with Diana Ross, George Ezra and more a live
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The festival enters its third and most sunshiny day with Ross in the traditional afternoon alegendsa slot, and sets from Lorde, Elbow and many more still to come a follow along for reviews, photography and more

A look back at some tip-top sets from yesterday.

Ben Beaumont-Thomas here, taking over while Laura goes to watch her floppy-haired king. Good morning only to the DJ at the Maceoas bar who played Youare Makina Me High by Toni Braxton last night and fulfilled every level of my needs pyramid.

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aThe man who bought Londona: Qatar billionaire behind Prince Charles scandal
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Former prime minister of Qatar was on Timeas most influential figures and named in both Panama and Pandora Papers

With an estimated personal net worth of over $1.2bn (almost APS1bn) according to Forbes, sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al-Thani, the former prime minister of Qatar, is one of the countryas richest men a and has often garnered attention because of his wealth and is currently in the headlines over alleged cash donations to Prince Charles.

Sometimes known as aHBJa in Londonas financial circles, the 62-year-old was named the aman who bought Londona after he used his wealth, as well as his influence as the head of Qataras multibillion dollar sovereign wealth fund, the Qatari Investment Authority, to expand Qataras financial assets in London through a series of valuable assets.

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Can our mitochondria help to beat long Covid?
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Mitochondria are the bodyas power plants, fuelling our cells. New research shows they play a role in many aspects of keeping us healthy a and could be the key to unlocking treatments for chronic diseases, including Parkinsonas

At Cambridge Universityas MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Michal Minczuk is one of a growing number of scientists around the world aiming to find new ways of improving mitochondrial health. This line of research could help provide much-needed treatments for people with long Covid, as well as revolutionising our understanding of everything from neurodegenerative illnesses such as Parkinsonas disease to the ageing process.

Mitochondria, tiny tube-shaped structures that are found in their hundreds, sometimes thousands, in nearly all of our cells, are best known as the bodyas power plants, continuously converting the food we eat into ATP, a complex chemical that acts as a form of energy currency for cells. Without ATP, every one of our cells, from the brain to the muscles, would lack the fuel they need to keep churning away, and our organs would swiftly grind to a halt.

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Go wild in these countries: five exciting rewilding projects to visit
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From Montanaas prairies to Kazakhstanas steppes, vast tracts of land are being enriched. Hereas how to witness those changes

Mozambiqueas civil war (1977-1992) and the poaching connected to it decimated wildlife in Gorongosa national park. Since 2006, the Gorongosa restoration project has set out to bring back nature, starting with buffalo, wildebeest, eland, zebra and other animals being trucked in.

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Martina Navratilova: aI try to do the right thing, not the popular thinga
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Sheall be back in the commentary box this week, but before that she talks to fellow feminist activist Julie Bindel about the ban on Russian players, mental health in tennis and why this yearas Wimbledon crowd will be very loud

Martina Navratilova, tennis superstar and human rights activist, is sitting in her Miami home, the sun streaming in through the open door behind her. We are speaking on Zoom with a background chorus of barking dogs and chirping parrots a the loudest being a black-legged caique named Mango. aShe makes sounds like the alarm system,a she says, laughing, aso I think a fire is going off when itas just Mango talking.a

Navratilova won the Wimbledon womenas singles title a record nine times, including six in a row from 1982-87. In all, she won 59 slam titles in singles, doubles and mixed doubles, more than any player in history. In 2006 she won the mixed doubles at the US Open just before her 50th birthday a and 32 years after her first trophy at a major.

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aI feel joy and pridea: Tracee Ellis Ross on success, self-acceptance and her superstar mother
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Whether itas sharing a platfom with Oprah or sending herself up on Instagram, the actor and activist always keeps it real

aSheas not surviving too well. Iave just had to have a conversation with her and told her, aIam soooo sorry.aa Tracee Ellis Ross is sitting across from me, via a screen, lamenting the dire state of her shrub. aI talk to my plants all the time,a she chuckles. This warm, full-throated sound, something of a trademark, will pepper much of our conversation. Ellis Rossas hair is slicked into a danceras bun, her signature bright lips, which pop against the white of her blouse and deep green walls, mimic the hue of the fuchsia peonies blooming on her side table. aFlowers are magical to me,a she says. aI always have to have them in the house.a She has just returned home to sunny LA after a stint in Vancouver, shooting an indie film.

Most people became familiar with Ellis Ross as Dr Rainbow aBowa Johnson, the matriarch in Black-ish, the multi-award-winning sitcom about an upper-class Black family trying to retain their cultural identity while navigating white spaces. Famed for deftly weaving laughter between nuanced conversations around everything from the use of the N-word to police brutality against Black people in America, Black-ish is widely celebrated as a cultural touchstone. It has featured cameos from Michelle Obama and Zendaya, and ended its run in April. While Ellis Ross admits to shedding tears aa lota, sheas not solemn about Black-ish wrapping. Rather, she says, aI feel so much joy and pride. You know, itas the second eight-year-long show that Iave been a part of and to be able to say a proper goodbye and let something end with the value and the reverence that it deserves felt really speciala.

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Elvis review a blistering, turbocharged chronicle of the King
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With electrifying performances from Austin Butler as Elvis and Tom Hanks as Colonel Parker, Baz Luhrmannas whirlwind biopic is cinematic dynamite

From an opening that cheekily evokes the dropped snow globe of Citizen Kane to an Unchained Melody finale that had me crying in the chapel, Baz Luhrmannas Elvis is a turned-up-to-11 treat. This blistering pop biopic combines the kinetic musical madness of Moulin Rouge! with the turbo-charged irreverence of The Great Gatsby, the Shakespearian tragedy of Romeo+Juliet (with an added touch of Falstaff and Prince Hal) and the awhat-all-of-it!?a ambition of Australia. Itas a riotously audacious work, a kaleidoscopic portrait of the king of rockanaroll and his puppet-master promoter, the latter of whom narrates the story (like Salieri in Amadeus) and who tells his money-spinning client: aWe are the same, you and I a two odd, lonely children, reaching for eternity.a

aWithout me there would be no Elvis Presley,a drawls Tom Hanksas Colonel Tom Parker (aka Dutchman Andreas Cornelis van Kuijk), a asnowmana or carnival huckster who does his deals on a Ferris wheel and who sounds genuinely amazed that athere are some who make me out to be the villain of this story!a Most will share that view as the curtain comes down on this whirlwind chronicle of a career from which Parker took 50% of the profits and 100% of the control. Yet for all his monstrousness, Hanksas prosthetically enhanced antihero has just enough wheedling pathos to make us understand how he wormed his way into Elvisas confidence. With a sing-song voice that is part Elmer Fudd, part Lugosias Dracula, we watch him usurp first Elvisas much-mourned mother, Gladys, and then his idolised wife, Priscilla, in the inner circle of trust, casting himself as Presleyas closest confidant and making him a star even while strangling his artistic ambition.

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Itas time for US small businesses to care about mental health
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A recent survey and a legal case in Kentucky highlight the necessity for providing additional health benefits

Recently, the Society of Human Resources Executives surveyed approximately 3,100 HR executives about the benefits their companies are providing and of course the obvious ones a healthcare, retirement and paid time off a made the top of the list. But hereas something that should catch your attention if youare a small business owner: more than 91% of the respondents also said that their company provides some sort of health benefits for mental health, which is up from 86% in 2018 and significantly higher than any levels seen over the past decade.

This is not hard to understand. Thanks to the pandemic and other stresses of modern-day life, countless Americans are suffering from mental health challenges. Awareness of the issue has been rising over the past few years, thanks in part to public disclosures by celebrities, from tennis star Naomi Osaka to gymnast Simone Biles. Survey after survey reminds employers that their workers are increasingly stressed and that more attention needs to be paid to their mental health concerns.

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Emilia Clarke: aThe best place in the world is backstage at a theatrea
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Ahead of her British stage debut in The Seagull, the Game of Thrones star talks about her self-doubt as the hit show took off, her decision to write about her brain aneurysms a and showing her love through baking

On 16 March 2020, Emilia Clarke went on stage with the cast of The Seagull. Previews had started, and the actor was about to make her much-anticipated West End debut after a decade starring in some of the biggest films and TV shows imaginable. At the half-hour mark, everything stopped: the government had decreed that theatres were to shut with immediate effect. Lost and adrift, everyone huddled into a pub, which was filled with crowds from the surrounding theatres. aMy lawyer from America was calling about something,a recalls Clarke now. aAnd she was like, aGet out of the pub!a We had no idea of the enormity of it.a

Events, of course, got in the way. Two-and-a-bit years on, we meet at The Seagull rehearsal studios in south London, a cavernous former warehouse with a skeletal stage set up in the middle of it. Not much is known about Jamie Lloydas production of the classic Chekhov play, but hopefully it isnat too much of a spoiler to say a based on a diorama sitting on a side table a that it will feature some chairs. aThere are no distractions,a says Clarke. aWe donat have a samovar. Thereas no linen. There arenat any trees. No oneas in crinoline. What weare doing could be seen as quite radical. I think it might be Marmite.a

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Bono tells of his secret half-brother and of family forgiveness
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The U2 singer, interviewed on Desert Island Discs, describes his regrets about his teenage behaviour and explains his mocked apoema about Ukraine

After more than four decades in the public eye, the rock star Bono has revealed a deeply personal secret and spoken of finding forgiveness and peace.

The U2 frontman has a half-brother he has not talked about before, who was born after his father had an affair while living at home in Dublin with Bono, his brother Norman and their mother.

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