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Baku : Azerbaijan | 2 years ago  
Reported on May 27,2012 Sweden’s Loreen got the winning title for this year Eurovision Song Contest with her dance hit Euphoria in Azerbaijan. The 28 year old of Moroccan-Berber...
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