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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Palestinian shepherds riding donkeys herd their sheep near Tapuach junction in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. AFP
A boy feeds pigeons outside the Grand Mosque in the Muslim holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. AP Photo
Jordanian woman collects empty metal cans as part of a women-run program to improve Jordan's solid waste management. REUTERS
A Palestinian boy stands through door of a house at al-Shati camp for Palestinian refugees in Gaza City. AFP
Libyans buy oranges at a farmers market, which takes place every Monday and Thursday offering fresh produce, in the capital Tripol. AFP
An Iraqi woman carrying a child, flashes the V-sign for victory during anti-government protests in the Shiite shrine city of Najaf in central Iraq. AFP
Children play with balloons along a street in Kandahar province. AFP
Iraqi supporters of anti-government protesters bake fresh bread as demonstrations continue in Baghdad's central Tahrir square. AFP
A Libyan fish market vendor cuts a fish for a client inside his shop in the coastal city of Benghazi in eastern Libya. AFP
Children play in a train as they use it as shelter after an earthquake hit Elazig, Turkey. EPA
Volunteers plant trees on the Kesra mountains in Tunisia's Siliana region. AFP
A team of international wildlife conservationists from Four Paws organisation examine one of the starving and sick lions at a zoo in the Sudanese capital where a lioness died last week. AFP
An artist works at the replica production unit located at Salah Al Din Citadel in Cairo, Egypt. EPA
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