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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Iraqi men look at a Christmas tree made of national flags during ongoing anti-government demonstrations at Tahrir square in the capital Baghdad. AFP
Children play near tents sheltering Syrians who fled ongoing battles in the Idlib province in a camp for displaced people at Sarmada near the border with Turkey. AFP
Women stand near a mural in a tunnel during ongoing anti-government protests in downtown Baghdad, Iraq. AP Photo
Al-Ahly fans cheer during the CAF Champions League soccer match between AL-Ahly and FC Platinum at Al-Salam Stadium in Cairo, Egypt. EPA
A Lebanese anti-government protester waves the national flag during in heavy rain outside of the residence of Lebanon's Prime Minister-Designate Hassan Diab in Beirut. AP Photo
AL-Ittihad Goal Keeper Fawaz Al Qarni in action during the Saudi Professional League soccer match between AL-Ittihad and Fateh at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. EPA
People take pictures around Christmas light decorations on the Istiklal street in Istanbul, Turkey. EPA
Seagulls take off from a wharf as the strong wind hits at the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey. The Turkish State Meteorological Service has warned about strong wind with floating speed between 70 to 100 kph in Istanbul. EPA
Tents sheltering Syrians at a camp for displaced people atSarmada near the border with Turkey. AFP
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