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Bono and O'Neill in Uganda

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Bono and O'Neill in Uganda

Bono and O'Neill in Uganda

Bono and O'Neill in Uganda

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In what must be the newest twist on the "Odd Couple" theme, Irish rock singer Bono of the band U2 and U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill are traveling together on a 10-day trip through Africa. Bono hopes to convince the Secretary that more U.S. aid should be sent to the region. Host Bob Edwards talks with Bono about how the trip is going.