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Posted at 01:34 PM ET, 04/10/2011

In other news: Bob Dylan plays Vietnam; Elizabeth Taylor’s jewels to be auctioned


A student shows off his ticket to the Dylan concert at Vietnam’s RMIT University. (Le Quang Nhat/AP) (Le Quang Nhat - AP)
Bob Dylan made his Vietnam debut Sunday, playing a concert in Ho Chi Minh City some five decades after his anti-war songs helped put him on the cultural map. As with his shows last week in China, his set list had to be approved by the Communist government, but the promoter says no changes were made. Only about half of the 8,000 seats were filled, reports the AP — maybe not surprising in a country where 60 percent of the population were born after the war .

Elizabeth Taylor’s jewelry, art and clothes will be sold in a series of auctions, Christie’s auction house announced Saturday.

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