Former Beatle Paul McCartney leaves the High Court in London in this February 15, 2008 file photo. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez/Files
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Music legend Paul McCartney is over an illness that forced the cancellation of his Asian tour and has left Japan, the concert organiser said Tuesday.The former Beatle arrived in Japan on May 15 and was due to play four sold-out dates in Tokyo and Osaka.The called-off concerts included one at Tokyo's Nippon Budokan Hall that would have marked his first return to the venue since appearing there with The Beatles in 1966 .Japanese tabloid paper Nikkan Gendai, citing an unnamed person close to the musician, said Tuesday that McCartney had a laparoscopy -- surgery using a thin tube inserted into his belly.
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