TheGuardian: Ukraine’s Eurovision entry takes aim at Russian oppression

Tatar Singer Chosen to Sing About Mass Deportations of Tatars

FEB 22, 106 – Ukrainians have chosen a singer of Tatar descent, “Jamala”, for their representative at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. She will sing her song “1944”, the year the Tatar ethnic group from the Crimea were mass-deported in crowded trains to central Asia by Stalin’s brutal regime. Read more on TheGuardian:




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