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Sunday, October 10, 1999 Published at 09:17 GMT 10:17 UK


Entertainment

NetAid in pictures



Some of the world's biggest pop stars take part in live concerts in London, New York and Geneva, broadcast on radio, TV and the Internet, to help the fight against world poverty.


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The Kids Wanna Rock: Bryan Adams was surrounded by a sea of adoring fans at Wembley in London.


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Catatonia's Cerys Matthews was watched by fellow countrywoman Catherine Zeta Jones, among millions of others.


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Bush's Gavin Rossdale thrilled his fans and horrified security when he jumped into the crowd.


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Kelly Watch the Stars: The Stereophonics' Kelly Jones was watched by up to 200m people worldwide.


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The Wembley crowd would probably argue that watching it on a home computer is just not the same.


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Two hearts beat as one: Jewel and Bono kick off the concert at Giants Stadium in New Jersery.


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Wyclef Jean leads the crowd in New Jersey, exhorting them to give to NetAid.





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