The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 11, 2020

The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 11, 2020
The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 11, 2020

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A police officer stands guard as Catholic pilgrims arrive to attend a mass at John the Baptist Church, near the baptism site along the Jordan River, Jordan. Reuters

A Picture shows dark clouds over of gaza city during heavy rain. AFP

Demonstrators wave flags and step on posters of some world leaders as they take part in a rally against eastern Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar and in support of the UN-recognised government of national accord (GNA) in Martyrs' Square in the GNA-held capital Tripoli. AFP

Protesters gather at the Al Tahrir square during ongoing protests in central Baghdad, Iraq. EPA

French driver Stephane Peterhansel (top) (Bahrain JCW X-Raid Team) drives past the Medical staff taking care of Quad driver Romain Dutu during stage six of the Rally Dakar 2020 from Ha'il to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. EPA

Qutayba Sayyed Issa (C), head of the Violet aid organisation, speaks at an informal camp for displaced people, where Syrians who fled air strikes in their hometown live with their families in northern Syria's Idlib province. AFP

A falcon performs during a hunting competition at the Sabah al-Ahmad heritage village, about 140kms northwest of the Kuwaiti capital Kuwait City. AFP

Visitors buy souvenirs at the snow-covered national reserve of the cedar forest near the village of Becharre in northern Lebanon. AFP

Men from Morocco and Bangladesh react on an overcrowded wooden boat, as aid workers of the Spanish NGO Open Arms approach them in the Mediterranean Sea, international waters, off the Libyan coast. AP

In this photo made available by Oman News Agency, Oman's new sultan Haitham bin Tariq Al Said, right, carries the Sultan Qaboos' coffin at Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman. Sultan Qaboos bin Said, the Mideast's longest-ruling monarch who seized power in a 1970 palace coup and pulled his Arabian sultanate into modernity while carefully balancing diplomatic ties between adversaries Iran and the U.S., has died. He was 79. AP

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