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Photostory: All set for the Eurovision in Tel Aviv

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Israeli artist Rami Meiri paints an artwork at the ‘Eurovision Village’ complex for shows and parties near the beach in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Eurovision, a five-day event starting May 14, will be held at the same time as Nakba Day, which the Palestinians mark in remembrance of their loss in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.

At the height of the violence over the weekend, a number of senior Israeli officials declared publicly that concerns about Eurovision would not deter them from hitting Hamas hard.

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According to the municipality, 10,000 to 20,000 tourists are expected to visit the city for the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) that takes place from 14 to 18 May 2019.

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A lifeguard’s hut is painted with the Eurovision Song Contest logo at the beach in Tel Aviv, Israel.