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Exclusive: U2's North American tour cancelled

U2 frontman Bono left hospital in Germany on Tuesday after undergoing emergency surgery on his back, but the injury has forced the Irish band to postpone the entire North American leg of its world tour. Full story

Bono released from hospital

   U2 frontman Bono has been released from a German hospital after doctors say he experienced partial paralysis brought on by a sudden onset disease. NBC's Lynn Berry reports.

U2 pulls out of Glastonbury after Bono injured

U2's debut gig at Britain's iconic Glastonbury festival has been canceled because of lead singer Bono's back injury. Full story

U2 postpones Utah show after Bono surgery

U2's June 3 concert in Salt Lake City has been postponed because of lead singer Bono's emergency back surgery. Full story

U2's Bono has emergency back surgery in Germany

The manager of U2 says that frontman Bono has undergone emergency back surgery in a Munich hospital after he was injured while preparing for the group's tour. Full story

U2’s Bono undergoes emergency back surgery

The lead singer has surgery in a Munich hospital after being injured while preparing for the next leg of the band's world tour, a spokesperson said Friday. Full story

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 22: In this handout photo provided by MTV, Bono, Jay-Z and Rihanna perform together on stage at the Hope For Haiti Now concert, a global benefit for earthquake relief, at The Hospital Club on January 22, 2010 in London, England. (Photo by Dave M. Benett/MTV via Getty Images