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Sir Paul McCartney is back where he belongs – at the forefront of a charity initiative.

The 65-year-old has donated a signed amplifier to an auction benefiting No More Landmines, a charity that combats the threat of the lethal weapons.

And it is not the first time the singer has been involved in championing the organization. Last month the singer led a host of celebrities in signing a petition calling on the Government to work towards a strong treaty for a ban on the production, use, transfer and stockpiling of all cluster bombs.

Bidding on the amp starts on June 9 on eBay, and a link to the auction page can be found on the No More Landmines website.

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