Roger Waters has publicly criticized Bono for his comments in support of Israel during a U2 concert in Las Vegas.
Why it matters
This story is significant as it involves two prominent musicians expressing differing views on a politically sensitive issue, highlighting the intersection of music and geopolitics.
What the papers say
The Independent criticizes Bono's comments, while The Times and New Statesman report on Bob Geldof's defense against 'white savior' claims related to the Live Aid concerts.
How we got here
The story is part of ongoing discussions around musicians and their involvement in political and humanitarian issues.
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