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Bjoern Ulvaeus, member of the legendary Swedish pop group ABBA poses at the new 'ABBA - The Museum' in Sweden's capital Stockholm May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

ABBA fetes 40 years since ‘Waterloo’ near Waterloo

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By Rollo Ross

LONDON (Reuters) - Within strolling distance of the rail station bearing the name of their first international hit, Swedish band ABBA celebrated 40 years of breathtaking success with a party at London's Tate Modern museum to mark their groundbreaking song "Waterloo".

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