Template:In the news
- British Prime Minister Theresa May, under pressure over her handling of Brexit, announces her intention to resign.
- The incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party and its allies, led by Narendra Modi (pictured), win a majority in the Indian general election.
- Joko Widodo is re-elected President of Indonesia, and his party, PDI-P, wins the largest share of legislative votes.
- The Netherlands, represented by Duncan Laurence with the song "Arcade", wins the Eurovision Song Contest.
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