Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
McCartney in the frame as late wife and daughter's
photos appear
30 June, 2007
Sir Paul McCartney turned his latest magazine photospread
into a true family affair - the then-and-now snapshots were
taken by his late wife Linda and daughter Mary.
Also: Music Madness: The Beatles & Spice Girls (video);
Paul McCartney Rocks Amoeba Music (video); Paul
Mccartney plays at Amoeba on 6/27/07 #1 (video); Mccartney
plays at Amoeba on 6/27/07 #2 (video); Sir Paul Mccartney
thanks to Amoeba Music (video); Paul McCartney "Surreal
Gig Ever" Dance Tonight Amoeba 6/27 (video); Paul
McCartney " Drive My Car " Live Amoeba 06/27/07 (video);
Paul McCartney " Only Mama Knows " Live Amoeba
06/27/07 (video); Paul MccCartney "C Moon" at Amoeba
Music Los Angeles 6.27.07 (video); Paul McCartney Secret
Concert Amoeba Records in Hollywood (video); Paul
McCartney at Amoeba I Saw Her Standing There (video);
I'll follow the sun (video); Paul McCartney Amoeba
Entrance (video); For more videos check HERE; Paul
McCartney   June 27th, 2007 - Hollywood (pics)
Best doesn’t mind that fame comes from being
former Beatle
By John Wirt, The Advocate
29 June, 2007
Pete Best was there before they were fab.
P.S. We love you too
By George Martin, International Herald Tribune
29 June, 2007
What was I doing on July 6, 1957, when 15-year-old Paul
McCartney went along to hear 16-year-old John Lennon
performing with his band at a church fête in Liverpool?
Also: The birth of the Beatles
Beatle days and wild nights
By Jay Lustig, The Star-Ledger
29 June, 2007
One who was there offers a behind-the-scenes look at
some '60s giants
Ex-Beatle recruits Sizzla, Lady Saw, Cherine
Anderson for remix
By Basil Walters, The Jamaica Observer
29 June, 2007
Former Beatle Paul McCartney has crossed over into
dancehall with the release of a single on the heels of his
new album, Memory Almost Full.
Anniversary of 'Love' kicks off Beatles events
By Jerry Fink, Las Vegas Sun
29 June, 2007
The Mirage celebrated the first anniversary of the
Cirque du Soleil musical "Love" in high style.
Paul McCartney rocks Hollywood record store
By Dean Goodman, Reuters
28 June, 2007
Paul McCartney's informal world tour of small venues
brought him to Hollywood on Wednesday when he played
a free concert at a record store for an audience that
included fellow Beatle Ringo Starr.
Also: Pics; Paul McCartney In Town To Promote Album
(video); McCartney Performs In L.A. For Free (video);
McCartney gives record store shoppers a special 'Memory';
Paul McCartney thrills fans with 'secret' L.A. record store
show; Paul McCartney at Amoeba; Paul McCartney -- No
Love for Jennifer Love? (inc. video); Paul McCartney;
Paul McCartney Played Lots Of Beatle Songs
The Beatles' original drummer hits town
By Zach Ernst, The Daily Texan
28 June, 2007
Perhaps no one in the history of rock 'n' roll "almost made
it" like Pete Best.
It's Beatle night on 'Larry King'
By Ken Barnes, USA Today
27 June, 2007
Larry King couldn't reunite The Beatles, but he did the
best he could, assembling surviving group members Paul
McCartney and Ringo Starr and Beatle widows Yoko Ono
and Olivia Harrison for a CNN interview on Tuesday night.
Also: Paul, Yoko and Ringo let it be as they honour
dead Beatles; "The Beatles LOVE By Cirque Du Soleil"
First Anniversary Celebration (thank you Carlos and Mary);
Video: The Beatles Love by Cirque Du Soleil Celebrates
First Anniversary; The Beatles Love by Cirque Du Soleil
Celebrates First Anniversary (inc. videos, pics); Surviving
Beatles, widows come together (inc. videos); For 'Love'
anniversary, a Beatles family reunion
Marvin finally gets his hands on McCartney song
27 June, 2007
A song promised to Hank Marvin by Sir Paul McCartney
has finally been released by the guitarist - more than 40
years after he first heard it.
Hard day's night for camping McCartney fans
ahead of LA gig
26 June, 2007
It's not exactly Beatlemania but news of an impromptu
concert by Paul McCartney at a Los Angeles record store
triggered feverish anticipation among hardcore fans here
Also: McCartney to play L.A. record store Wednesday;
McCartney fans camp out for show; McCartney wristbands
given out early
Sir Paul McCartney to play iTunes Festival
(thanks, Mary)
26 June, 2007
Sir Paul McCartney is to make a very special guest
appearance at the iTunes Festival: London at the
Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Must-see TV: Larry King hosts reunion of
Beatles, widows
26 June, 2007
A Beatles reunion of sorts is set for Tuesday on the
CNN interview show Larry King Live.
Beatles and the Stones to appear on special
Cavern album
Beatles Story Museum
26 June, 2007
Containing 50 tracks from artists who have all appeared
at the club over the years, the tracklist reads like a
Who's Who of British popular music over the decades,
and amply highlights the pivotal importance and influence
the club has extended over the years since it opened on
16th January 1957.
Beatles July 3 Auction Features Fine Art and
Unpublished Images
25 June, 2007 will auction 400 lots of Beatles
Memorabilia including unpublished photographs, a film
from a 1964 San Francisco performance and Stuart
Sutcliffe’s artworks.
Also: Beatles “Penny Lane” Champagne Bottle Prop at
Auction July 3 in Las Vegas; Paul McCartney Wings
‘Band On The Run’ Grammy Award to be Auctioned
July 3; Auctions John Lennon’s
Ivor Novello Award July 3; Beatles Memorabilia Auction
July 3 Features Stuart Sutcliffe Original Art of John
Lennon; Auctions Authentic
Beatles Autographed Sgt. Pepper LP; Auctions John Lennon’s 60s
Psychedelic Jacket July 3 in Las Vegas
Reflections of a Renaissance Man: An Interview
with Paul McCartney
By Christian John Wikane, PopMatters
25 June, 2007
From Astaire to T-Pain, from Little Richard to de
Kooning, McCartney talks to PopMatters and covers it
all, including his uncertainty about what kind of send-off
he'd like.
Friendships With the Beatles, Waylon and Jesus
By Hazel Smith,
25 June, 2007
Ken Mansfield Lived Through Wild Times in London,
L.A. and Nashville
Hollywood star for ex-Beatle George
Press Association
22 June, 2007
George Harrison, Ricky Martin, Tim Robbins and Cate
Blanchett are among stars to be enshrined in the
Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Former Beatles flourish on album charts
By Fred Bronson, Billboard
21 June, 2007
Paul McCartney, George Harrison and the songs of John
Lennon can all be found in the top 15 of the U.S. pop album
chart, the biggest confluence of ex-Beatles in years.
McCartney eyes second deal with  Starbucks
21 June, 2007
Sir Paul McCartney is reportedly planning to sign a second
record deal with coffee chain Starbucks, because he is
thrilled with the sales of his latest album Memory Almost
Also: Ex-Beatle could be Island-bound on latest tour; Song
for Heather
Stella turnout for Macca's 65th birthday
This is London
20 June, 2007
After a year he must privately describe as his "annus
horribilis", Sir Paul McCartney could be forgiven for letting
his hair down.
Yoko Ono says she still might write a memoir
By Robert Gibbons, Reuters
20 June, 2007
Yoko Ono may yet write her autobiography despite a
reluctance to deal with hostile critics -- Beatles fans who
still blame her for breaking up the band.
McCartney writes without purpose
20 June, 2007
Musician Sir Paul McCartney laughs at fans who claim
to understand the songs he writes, because most of the
time they mean nothing.
Also: Fans given a chance to “chat” with Paul
McCartney on his website
Harrison son records Lennon tribute
20 June, 2007
The son of late Beatle George Harrison has recorded
a cover of his father's bandmate John Lennon's 1971
song Gimme Some Truth.
London sax man joins Diana tribute
By James Reaney, The London Free Press
20 June, 2007
London sax man Aaron Macdonald will be playing
Motown for a great cause at the Grand on Friday --
and then he's off to Europe and the Concert for Diana.
Beatles fans: Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr,
Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison to appear on
"Larry King Live"
Orlando Sentinel
19 June, 2007
Calling all Beatles fans: You will not want to miss the
June 26 edition of "Larry King Live."
Macca: John and I made up
Press Association
19 June, 2007
They might have been one of the most famous feuding
pairs in rock history, but Sir Paul McCartney has
revealed that he and John Lennon made up before the
former Beatle died.
Also: McCartney: 'Lennon loved me yeah, yeah, yeah'
‘The other Beatle’ to perform at Triton
By Jimmy Carroll, The Daily News of Newburyport
19 June, 2007
Was it because he didn’t don the signature mop-top
hairstyle, or was it that female fans found him to be
more attractive than the rest of the band?
Abbey Road hosts TV series
By Roger Catlin, The Hartford Courant
19 June, 2007
The big doors to Studio Two open, and there it is: the
large, high-ceilinged inner sanctum. A perpetual hush
settles over the surprisingly familiar bricks and baffles.
'I threw away Lennon's drawings'
By Joan Mulcaster, ic
18 June, 2007
Art teacher Geraldine Brock didn't get much work out
of a tall teenager with glasses.
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney turns 65
18 June, 2007
Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney was celebrating his 65th
birthday on Monday.
Also: Beatle juice; When I'm 65 ... why Macca is the
new face of grey power; McCartney studies Yesterday
covers; Happy Birthday to... Paul McCartney; 'People
mistook my 'talking with the dead' comment', says
Macca; Video Tribute to Paul McCartney in Honor of
His 65th Birthday; McCartney arranges his funeral;
Paul McCartney's 'Memory Almost Full' (inc. audio)
Yoko Ono backs festival in Highlands
By Eben Harrell, The Scotsman
18 June, 2007
John Lennon's widow yesterday paid tribute to Scotland,
describing it as "the most beautiful and magical country".
Also: Festival wins the backing of Yoko
A Beatles Reunion For The Sake Of 'LOVE'
(inc. video)
Access Hollywood
18 June, 2007
The surviving members of the world's most celebrated
rock band, The Beatles, will attend a special dedication
ceremony in honor of the late John Lennon and George
Harrison, in conjunction with the one-year anniversary
of Cirque du Soleil's "LOVE."
Fab Four festival fabulous; Beatlemaniacs get
their money's worth
Belleville Intelligencer
18 June, 2007
The people of Hamburg would be proud.
Mersey beats 'em all
By Brad Crouch, Sunday Mail
17 June, 2007
Liverpool - the name immediately conjures up conflicting
Ringo Starr plans downloads of song catalog,
greatest hits album
Associated Press
17 June, 2007
Ringo Starr is going digital.
Wilburys are UK album number one
17 June, 2007
The Traveling Wilburys made a return to the charts as
the supergroup scored a number one UK album with a
collection of their greatest hits.
Album sales show McCartney still in demand
By Geoff Mayfield, Billboard
16 June, 2007
Paul McCartney has the answer to that question he
posed so mirthfully 40 years ago.
Also: McCartney steals Bono's wardrobe; Keep out
Mucca, says Macca; McCartney's prank on Gallagher;
Paul McCartney iTunes ad spotted, removed; Far from
a cracka by old Macca; Paul McCartney busiest at 65;
Will you please leave my party after 15mins when I'm
65 Heather?; Sir Paul McCartney Tops the Charts,
Again(video); Paul McCartney: Living Without Fear
(inc. video)
His days with The Beatles
By Luke Hendry, Belleville Intelligencer
16 June, 2007
Call him the normal Beatle.
Lennon enthusiasts to come together for
magical mystery tour in the Highlands
By Adam Forrest, Sunday Herald
16 June, 2007
Remote village’s three-day event to celebrate Beatles’
links with Scotland
It was 50 years ago today
By Catherine Jones, Liverpool Echo
15 June, 2007
Celebrations to mark the first meeting of John Lennon
and Paul McCartney half a century ago are launched
today with a Beatles-themed flower festival.
Jerry Levitan Met The Walrus
By Sarah Kurchak, Chart Attack
15 June, 2007
One day in 1969, a determined 14-year-old would-be
reporter named Jerry Levitan snuck into John
Lennon's Toronto hotel room with a reel to reel tape
recorder and scored and interview with the Beatle.
McCartney Dazzles At New York Club Show
By Jonathan Cohen, Billboard
14 June, 2007
Paul McCartney and his band squeezed into New York's
700-capacity Highline Ballroom last night (June 13) to
celebrate the No. 3 debut of the Beatle great's new
album, "Memory Almost Full."
Also: Paul McCartney Fans Wait In Line For "Secret"
Concert (inc. video); Unannounced McCartney Show,
Now Announced; It's McCartney Mania In The Big
Apple (video - here's an alternative link); McCartney
rocks with new songs at 'secret' NY show; When he's
64 ... Paul thrills 'em; Golden oldie McCartney; Paul
McCartney Plays Intimate Show in NYC; Back in the
U.S.A.: Paul McCartney Plays a "Secret" Show
Price of Yoko Ono’s peace column triples
Iceland Review
14 June, 2007
The estimated cost of the Imagine Peace Tower, which
the artist Yoko Ono plans to establish on Videy island
off Reykjavík, has tripled as revealed Monday. Auctions John Lennon’s
Favorite Recording Piano July 3
13 June, 2007
"The John Lennon Piano" from NY's Record Plant  at’s Live and Online Auction of
Beatles Memorabilia at the Mirage in Las Vegas, with
The Fest for Beatles Fans Convention July 1-3.
McCartney slams rise of the MP3 player
13 June, 2007
Sir Paul McCartney is disappointed by the rise of the MP3
player - because it stops listeners interacting with nature.
Also: Paul McCartney should lift Starbucks' same-store
sales; Paul McCartney’s “Memory Almost Full” Debuts at
#3 on Billboard Top 200; McCartney back in top five;
McCartney's Starbucks album heats up U.S. charts
Pembroke bans The Beatles
Pembroke Daily Observer
13 June, 2007
The Beatles may have been one of the greatest rock 'n roll
bands of all time, but even the mop-topped quartet from
Liverpool saw their popularity take a dive now and again.
Strawberry Fields Forever
Journal Chrétien
13 June, 2007
The extraordinary story of how John Lennon’s childhood
play area has become a dynamic Salvation Army prayer
center and church
Lennon & McCartney top songwriter poll
12 June, 2007
John Lennon and Paul McCartney have beaten Mick
Jagger and Keith Richards to the top of a new internet
survey to find the Best Songwriting Duo of all time.
Former Beatle Pete Best speaks on podcast
(inc. audio)
Beatles Story Museum
11 June, 2007
For more than 1,000 shows until 1962, Best was the
drummer for The Beatles.
McCartney 'blessed' by Beatles Experience
11 June, 2007
Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney feels "blessed"
he had the opportunity to be part of the biggest band
of all time - and admits he's still overwhelmed by the
Fab Four's legacy. Auctions Rare
Beatles Concert Poster July 3
10 June, 2007 will be selling a previously
undiscovered 1966 Beatles Concert Poster from
Busch Stadium in St. Louis at auction July 3 in an
online/in-person sale at the Las Vegas Beatles Fest.
Yoko breaks silence to reveal Lennon's last
By Andrew Johnson, The Independent
10 June, 2007
For 40 years Yoko Ono has kept a silent dignity in
the face of global vilification meted out by legions
of Beatles fans.
Also: Yoko's Desert Island snub to The Beatles;
Lennon's last night - and the hotel 'bed-in'; John
and Yoko were saved from heroin addiction by
greedy drug dealer; The Beautiful Boy who came
so near to never being born
Authentic rock 'n' roll, Wilburys style
By Terry Lawson, Detroit Free Press
10 June, 2007
So let's get the embarrassing part of this over first...
Also: Wilburys set to travel again
Scottish Beatle memorabilia on show
10 June, 2007
Some rare Beatles memorabilia is to go on show
at a special exhibition celebrating the band's links
with Scotland.
Maccas get back
By Sean Hamilton, Sunday Mirror
10 June, 2007
Sir Paul McCartney will spend his 65th birthday
with Heather Mills next week - amid an astonishing
turnaround in their bitter divorce battle.
Beatles Art Show Opens in Square
By Marianne F. Kaletzky, The Harvard Crimson
9 June, 2007
The Beatles may be bigger than Jesus, but former
drummer Ringo Starr recently insisted that he still
has his superiors.
Return of the big Macca
The Sun
9 June, 2007
Paul McCartney proved exactly why he’s a living
legend with a thrilling performance in London on
Also: McCartney to play secret gig for just 1,000
fans; Paul McCartney: 'Surprisingly OK' After
Separation (updated, inc. video); Nod Your Head;
Coffee Perks McCartney Up To Number One;
Starbucks serves up new label with McCartney CD
(video); Paul McCartney Announces Secret Show
Tonight!; McCartney: back to where he once
belonged;Paul McCartney's secret gig: Photos and
Setlist (thanks, Carol); My night with Sir Paul
McCartney; McCartney plays secret gig at small
London venue (video); Macca gets back to where
he once belonged; Paul McCartney; Macca's free
secret gig (inc. video - thanks, Carsten); Macca's
set was just fab; McCartney still rocks us when he's
64;Kate Moss, Stella McCartney join crowd at Sir
Paul's secret gig (inc. video); Sir Paul wows at
intimate concert; The day I met a Beatle
Lennon aid two-disc fundraiser gives top
pop start a chance to build on ex-Beatle's
By Shay Quillen, The Mercury News
9 June, 2007
Imagine a tribute record on which each artist
breathes new life into a beloved favorite.
Best in town: The Beatles original drummer
plays at Dante's
Daily News Tribune
7 June, 2007
The Pete Best Band, featuring original Beatles
drummer Pete Best, is bringing the high-energy,
Merseybeat sound of the "pre-Fab" Beatles to
Dante's in Marlborough Friday and Saturday.
Yoko dismisses dog meat reports
7 June, 2007
Yoko Ono has denied eating dog meat during an
appearance on a London radio station last month
Also: Apology: Sorry to Yoko Ono; ADVISORY-
Attention corrected story on Yoko Ono
Real-life story of the Beatles’ Lucy
By Lisa Williams, Wandsworth Guardian
6 June, 2007
The story is now well-known among admirers of the
Beatles: John Lennon's four-year-old son Julian
presents his father with a painting at the school gates.
Hear a little 'Karma'
By Whitney Matheson, USA Today
6 June, 2007
Pop reader Evan P. just pointed out that
is streaming the new John Lennon tribute CD,
Instant Karma: The Amnesty International
Campaign to Save Darfur.
Sgt. Pepper at 40
Toledo Blade
6 June, 2007
Even after four decades, rock enthusiasts remain
split into warring camps when it comes to the
Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
Why Stroud was a hard day's night for the
fab four
By Janet Hughes, Western Daily Press
5 June, 2007
For Paul McCartney it remains his worst ever gig
in 50 years of performing, the night The Beatles
were pelted with coins by Teddy Boys at a half
empty hall in Stroud.
Traveling Wilburys CDs reissued with care
By Dean Goodman, Reuters
5 June, 2007
It was a rock album conceived by accident that no
one thought would succeed even though it was made
by Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Jeff
Lynne and Tom Petty.
McCartney's future melds with ever-present
By Edna Gundersen, USA Today
5 June, 2007
That's a comfortable upholstered chair on the cover
of Paul McCartney's Memory Almost Full album,
but it's not a rocker.
Also: Thanks for the memories; Coming out
swinging; New label gives McCartney a jolt; Macca
bacca; Love is in the heir!; I wanna scold your hand!;
Paul McCartney is a man on the run (thanks, Carol);
You never give me your alimony...; The long and
winding road; Sir Paul suffers lapses in 'Memory';
McCartney frees himself from yesterday and today;
Paul McCartney's latest offers satisfying sounds;
McCartney: 'No Apple connection to label change';
Music Review: The Fun Paul, On New Label, Is
Back On Disc Again With "Memory"; McCartney:
Beatles' End Retold; McCartney Shows His Age;
Live and Let Shill; 'Truth Is, I'm the Same Guy I
Always Was' (Thanks, Carol); Memory Almost Full;
McCartney, the man in 'Full'; Some of the best
McCartney ever; The answer to 'Will you still need
me ... when I'm 64?'; Still Needing, Still Feeding
the Muse at 64; Beatle brews Starbucks jams; New
McCartney Album Emphasizes Change in Music
Industry (; Listen Up: 'Memory' is full of
longing; Be in Paul's shout-out vid; Starbucks
Serving More Than Lattes These Days; Low-key
buzz to Starbucks' release; McCartney album hit by
sales snag; McCartney keeps filling memory bank;
Fans unite for McCartney birthday greetings; Paul
McCartney Invades Starbucks!; Lively McCartney
CD shows we still need him at 64; Eight it a great
midweek chart; Paul McCartney Says Sayonara to
DRM; Free McCartney Music With Your Moca Latte
(inc. video); I'll Take a Venti Paul McCartney (video);
Paul McCartney Advertising With Starbucks (video)
EastWest Ships Fab Four Virtual Instruments
5 June, 2007
Marking the 40th anniversary of the release of Sgt.
Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band on June 1,
EastWest announced that its Fab Four Virtual
Instruments ($395) is shipping.
Buy a bit of Beatle history
Weston & Somerset Mercury
5 June, 2007
A Weston photographer who was inspired by John
Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney is offering people
a little piece of history.
Beatles Immortalized In Suits
CBS News
4 June, 2007
In 1964, the Beatles invaded America and captured
the hearts of millions, perhaps no one more than
Baltimore native Russ Lease.
Beatles blast for burglar
3 June, 2006
A judge sentenced a Beatle-loving thief by quoting
42 of the band's song titles in his verdict.
It's a crime, literally, to love 'Sgt. Pepper's'
this much
By Mark Hinson, Tallahassee Democrat
3 June, 2007
When I was in the elementary school, I stole $10
from my mother's purse and bought a copy of "Sgt.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by the Beatles.
Also: Fun Facts About 40 Year Old Sgt Pepper;
Why Sgt. Pepper emanates art; The Beatles made
their influence felt in many films
Just like starting over
By Matthew Hay Brown, Baltimore Sun
3 June, 2007
Though two Beatles are gone, this summer the
music of all four will be everywhere -- in new
releases, reissues and the 'Instant Karma' project
Police charge man with theft after he says
McCartney would pay
By Carly Mullady, Chicago Daily Southtown
(thanks, Harleyblues)
2 June, 2007
Money can't buy love.
Sgt Pepper: 40 years ago today...
1 June, 2007
The album which has been lauded as the most
influential ever - The Beatles' Sgt Pepper's Lonely
Hearts Club Band - is celebrating its 40th birthday.
Also: Revealed: The REAL Sergeant Pepper;
Sgt. Pepper at 40, from A to Z; Ode to an England
at the crossroads; Sgt Pepper turns 40 (inc. video);
It Was Forty Years Ago Today ... (inc. video); 'Sgt.
Pepper' still turning on fans as it turns 40; Sgt.
Pepper turns 40; 40 years later, Beatles revolutionary
album still spins out talk; 'Sergeant Pepper' Turns 40
(inc. audio); It was 40 years ago today: Britain salutes
Beatles' 'Sgt Pepper's'; It Was 40 Years Ago Today;
The inspiration behind Sgt Pepper's songs revealed; It
was 40 years ago today...Sgt Pepper wins new fans;
`Sgt. Pepper': It Was 40 Years Ago Today; We update
iconic Beatles album; 40 ago today:The Beatles' 'SGT.
well do you know the 'Sgt. Pepper' cover?; 'Sgt. Pepper'
Bowed '40 Years Ago Today'; Commentary: No getting
over 'Sgt. Pepper'
Beatles online deal seen for 2008: Harrison
By Dean Goodman, Reuters
1 June, 2007
Beatles fans will probably have to wait until next year
before they can buy the Fab Four's tunes from online
retailers such as Apple Inc.'s iTunes store, George
Harrison's widow said on Friday.
Sir Paul slams 'mediocre' Big Brother
1 June, 2007
Sir Paul McCartney has branded Big Brother a
"celebration of mediocrity".
Also: Yes, you'll still love Sir Paul now he's 64; I was
a Beatle for the day
I want to deport your band
By Helen Barlow, Sydney Morning Herald
1 June, 2007
When John Lennon took up with Yoko Ono, a whole
world of Beatle lovers - and at the time that was the
whole world - felt betrayed.
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