Ukraine entry wins Eurovision amid war

Ukraine entry wins Eurovision amid war

Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision amid war Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra won the Eurovision Song Contest in the early hours of Sunday in a clear show of popular support for the war-ravaged nation that went beyond music. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy welcomed the victory, Ukraine's third since its 2003 Eurovision debut, and said "we will do our best" to host next year's contest in the hotly contested port city of Mariupol. He underlined "Ukrainian Mariupol," adding: "free, peaceful, rebuilt!" "I am sure our victorious chord in the battle with the enemy is not far off," Zelenskyy said in a post on Telegram messaging app. Kalush Orchestra's front man, Oleh Psiuk, took advantage of the enormous global audience, last year numbering more than 180 million, to make impassioned plea to …
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