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Albums:

Annie Lennox: Live In Concert

A Christmas Cornucopia

The Annie Lennox Collection

Songs Of Mass Destruction

Dark Road (Single)
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Biography:
Birth Name: Ann Lennox
Born: 1954/12/25
Birth Place: Aberdeen, Scotland
Years Active: 1975–present
Genres: Pop, Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul

Annie Lennox, OBE (born December 25, 1954), is a Scottish recording artist. After achieving minor success in the band The Tourists in the late 1970s, Lennox went on to major international success in the 1980s as part of the duo Eurythmics, which she formed with former Tourists' member David A. Stewart. In the 1990s Lennox embarked on a solo career. Between 1977 and 1980, Lennox was the lead singer of The Tourists (initially known as The Catch), a moderately successful British pop band and her first collaboration with Dave Stewart. During the time they were in The Tourists, Stewart and Lennox were involved in a relationship, though this had ended by the time they formed Eurythmics. Lennox and... Continue Bio >>

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Annie Lennox NO WINNERS "World stands disgraced as Israeli shelling of schools kills at least 15".. UN condems IDF attack on sleeping children as violation of international law Death toll now more than 1,300 after three weeks of fighting. ( Excerpt from The Guardian newspaper) At the UN school the first shell came just after the early morning call to prayer, when most of those taking shelter were asleep, crammed into classrooms with what few possessions they had managed to snatch as they fled their homes.About 3,300 people had squashed into Jabaliya Elementary A&B Girls' School since the Israeli military warned people to leave their homes and neighbourhoods or risk death under intense bombardment. Classroom number one, near the school's entrance, had become home to about 40 people, mostly women and children.As a shell blasted through the wall, showering occupants with shrapnel and spattering blood on walls and floors, Amna Zantit, 31, scrambled to gather up her three terrified infants in a panicked bid for the relative safety of the schoolyard. "Everyone was trying to escape," she said, clutching her eight-month old baby tightly. Minutes later, a second shell slammed through the roof of the two-storey school. At least 15 people were killed and more than 100 injured. Most were women or children.Pierre Krähenbühl, commissioner-general of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, said the shelling of the school was a "serious violation of international law by Israeli forces".Krähenbühl said: "Last night, children were killed as they slept next to their parents on the floor of a classroom in a UN-designated shelter in Gaza. Children killed in their sleep; this is an affront to all of us, a source of universal shame. Today the world stands disgraced."Khalil al-Halabi, the UN official in charge of the schools in the area, was quickly on the scene. Bodies were littered over the classroom, and the badly injured lay in pools of blood amid the debris and rubble caused by the blast. "I was shaking," he said. "It was very, very hard for me to see the blood and hear the children crying."

Gaza: nothing more shameful than attacking sleeping children, says Ban Ki-moon - video
UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon issues a statement, after a school in Gaza was shelled by Israeli forces on Wednesday
Thursday 31st of July 2014 09:00:01 AM
Annie Lennox Jon Snow's plea for the children of Gaza...

Jon Snow: a tribute to the children of Gaza
"I’m back and in the comfort of this studio it is hard to imagine I was ever away. I don’t need to imagine though because what I saw is etched in my mind." Read more in Jon Snow's blog: http://bit.ly/1khvuiz
Monday 28th of July 2014 09:53:16 AM

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