The Middle East Framed - regional photography for December 29, 2019

The Middle East Framed - regional photography for December 29, 2019
The Middle East Framed - regional photography for December 29, 2019

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Iraqis in the holy shrine city of Najaf launch rice paper hot air balloons to show their solidarity with the ongoing anti-government protests across the country. AFP

A young shoe-shiner sits as he waits for customers alongside a street in Kabul. AFP

Syrian children who fled battles in the southern countryside of the Idlib province walk through mud after heavy rainfall in a camp for displaced people in Kafr Dariyan situated at a short distance from Syria's border with Turkey. AFP

Young Iraqi trainees work on sculptures in preparation for their upcoming art exhibition during the ongoing protests in Tahrir square, Baghdad, Iraq. AP Photo

A shepherd carry a lamb in Hasankeyf, an ancient city with roots going back 10,000 years and located along the Tigris (Dicle) River in south-east Turkey's Batman province after the hydro electric power plant project in Batman, Turkey. EPA

A Palestinian man picks up flowers to be sold in the local market, ahead of the new year's celebrations in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. Reuters

Fateh players celebrate after scoring a goal during the Saudi Professional League soccer match between Al- Ittihad and Fateh at King Abdullah Sport City Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. EPA

Children learn how to juggle with balls and clubs at the Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), an Afghanistan's travelling educational entertainment group teaching children aged 5 to 17, in Kabul. AFP

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