Sweden wins Eurovision for the second time

Sweden wins Eurovision for the second time

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The 29th Eurovision Song Contest was held in Luxembourg. Sweden's Herreys were the winners of this contest with the song, "Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley". This was the Nordic country's second win, and the first song performed in Swedish. The previous Swedish winner, ABBA, ten years ago had performed their song "Waterloo" in English.

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