14 Days: Eurovision Win

Duncan Laurence of the Netherlands accepts the trophy from Israel’s Netta Barzilai after winning the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv on May 19.

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May 28, 2019 17:05
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14 Days: Eurovision Win

Duncan Laurence of the Netherlands accepts the Eurovision trophy from Israel’s Netta Barzilai.. (photo credit: RONEN ZVULUN / REUTERS)

 
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EUROVISION WIN
Duncan Laurence of the Netherlands accepts the trophy from Israel’s Netta Barzilai after winning the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv on May 19. “This is to dreaming big!” Laurence said as he thanked an estimated 200 million viewers of the contest, whose theme was “Dream Big!” Italy came in second and Russia third, while Israel’s Kobi Marimi finished 23rd out of 26 countries in the final. American pop star Madonna sang two songs at the end of the contest, and in a short interview, praised the Eurovision contestants and “the power of music to bring people together.”

RONEN ZVULUN / REUTERS
COALITION PROBLEMS  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced a parliamentary showdown with Yisrael Beiteinu leader Avigdor Liberman over the Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) conscription bill, two days before Netanyahu’s May 29 deadline to present his new government to President Reuven Rivlin. Netanyahu proposed a compromise on the bill that was accepted by Haredi parties and the Union of Right-Wing Parties, but not by Liberman.

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