Comments: U2 perform their first ever concert in Turkey. It features the tour debut of Mothers Of The Disappeared, performed with Turkish folk musician Ömer Zülfü Livaneli; it is the first time the song has been performed outside of South America since 20 December 1987. At the end of MOTD, Zülfü leads U2 and the crowd in singing his song Yiğidim Aslanım Burda Yatıyor. MOTD was dedicated to Fehmi Tosun, an ethnic Kurd who disappeared after being arrested in 1995. This is the first 360° Tour concert at which MLK is not performed. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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