The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 3, 2020

The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 3, 2020
The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 3, 2020

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A boy plays a game of football organized in a muddy field in a camp for the internally displaced in Sarmarda, Idlib, Syria. AFP

A soldier stands next of a portrait of the Virgin Mary where the protesters block a major highway in Nahr El Kalb, Lebanon. AP Photo

Japanese lorry driver Teruhito Sugawara arrives for a technical check-up in Jeddah ahead of the Dakar Rally. AFP

Libya's parallel eastern government foreign minister, Abdulhadi Lahweej, addresses the media in Benghazi. AFP

Palestinian farmers pack corn at the Jordan Valley, West Bank. AP Photo

A Turkey-trained rebel walks in front of a church in the northeastern Syrian town of Ras al-Ain. AFP

A relative kisses the head of Algerian war veteran Lakhdar Bouregaa upon his release in Algiers. AFP

A man he walks in front of a model of the Dome of the Rock in the southern Gaza Strip. Reuters

A man stands in an amusement park suspension railway dubbed "Train of Return" in the southern Gaza Strip. Reuters

The sun sets over a mosque in Ras Al Khaimah. Chris Whiteoak / The National

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