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Ukraine's Eurovision act wants to bring home some good news

Added 05-13-22 09:07:02pm EST - “Kalush Orchestra's Oleh Psiuk tells NPR that representing Ukraine on the world stage is a huge responsibility. He hopes people will continue to support his country even after Eurovision ends.” - Npr.org

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Npr.org: “Ukraine's Eurovision act wants to bring home some good news”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The roots of Russia's invasion of Ukraine go back decades and run deep. The current conflict is more than one country taking over another; it is — in the words of one U.S. official — a shift in "the world order."Here are some helpful resources to make sense of it all.

The members of Kalush Orchestra were granted special permission to leave Ukraine, and will return immediately after Eurovision ends. One stayed behind to help defend Kyiv. Opening Ceremony - Eurovision TV hide caption

The members of Kalush Orchestra were granted special permission to leave Ukraine, and will return immediately after Eurovision ends. One stayed behind to help defend Kyiv.

Much of the world's attention has been focused on Ukraine since Russia launched its invasion in late February.

But the country will take the spotlight on a different kind of world stage on Saturday, when folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra competes in the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.

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