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Last Updated: Thursday, 7 July, 2005, 05:12 GMT 06:12 UK
In pictures: Live 8 Edinburgh
Midge Ure, concert organiser Bob Geldof and Bono at the event
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An international line-up of stars has joined the call to end poverty at the Live 8 concert in Edinburgh.
Fans at the Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh
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Almost 60,000 music fans gathered for The Final Push gig, as G8 leaders arrived for talks in Gleneagles.
Youssou N'Dour performing at the Live 8 concert
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Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour who sang Seven Seconds with Neneh Cherry was a favourite.
Ronan Keating at Live 8
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As was Ronan Keating.
The Sugababes perform at the concert
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The girl group Sugababes was also there to support the cause.
George Clooney on state at the Live 8 concert in Edinburgh
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George Clooney addressed the rain-drenched crowds.
Nelson Mandela speaking in a recorded message
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Meanwhile, a plea by Nelson Mandela to eradicate world poverty broadcast on a large screen stunned the crowds into silence.
Bono backstage at the concert
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Backstage stars mingled with each other and gave interviews.
Crowds at the Live 8 concert in Edinburgh
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The concert was deemed to be a huge success.
US soul singer James Brown performs on stage during the Live 8 concert at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh
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James Brown ended the concert with energetic performances of his hits, including I Feel Good and Sex Machine.



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