Watch and read: Bono’s op-ed and multimedia diary in ‘The New York Times’
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Watch and read: Bono’s op-ed and multimedia diary in ‘The New York Times’

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In the digital and print editions of today’s New York Times, ONE and (RED) cofounder Bono has penned an op-ed and a multimedia diary inspired by his recent visits to refugee camps in Kenya, Jordan, and Syria.

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In the diary, Bono writes about the “permanent temporary solutions” of Dadaab, his time in the home of a Syrian family currently living in Amman, and his experiences in Turkey—the largest host country of refugees.

• Read the op-ed here

• Watch the multimedia diaries:

TODAY: Watch Bono speak to the Senate Committee on Appropriations about the refugee crisis, extremism, and the role of foreign assistance.

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