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Eurovision winners donate nearly $ 1 million to Ukraine’s army. The Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra sold its prize at auction and managed to raise $ 900,000.

The funds will be used to buy military drones to help Ukrainian forces, which have been defending their country from Russian invasion for four months now.

Hundreds of Ukrainian supporters gathered outside the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on Sunday for a charity event again featuring the winners.

The funds will go to medical supplies and treatment of the wounded during the war.

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