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Singer Shakira's addresses Oxford Union

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The Colombian singer Shakira, famous for hits Hips Don't Lie and Whenever, Wherever, has visited the Oxford Union to talk about her charity work in South America.

The Unicef goodwill ambassador. who has run her own charity since she was 18, used her speech to stress the importance of education for all.

Speaking after she addressed the union, Shakira said it had been "a great honour".

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