The Middle East framed - regional photography for January 2, 2020

The Middle East framed - regional photography for January 2, 2020
The Middle East framed - regional photography for January 2, 2020

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Wooden puppets from Egypt's Aragoz puppets show perform in Beit al-Sehemi, in Cairo's Gamaliya district. AFP

Supporters of the Palestinian Fatah attend a rally marking the 55th anniversary of the political party in central Gaza City. EPA

Members of an Iraqi Shiite armed group and their supporters gather at the eastern entrance of the US Embassy compound in Baghdad. EPA

People walk by the sea during the sunset in southeast resort of Ayia Napa in the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus. AP

Schoolchildren gather to take a midterm school exam at a public school in Sana'a, Yemen. EPA

A girl carries a red parrot displayed for sale at a bird market in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. AP

Abdul Razzah, a 65-year-old Syrian man displaced with his family from Maaret Al-Numan, watches his grandchildren play in a hallway of a school turned into a makeshift shelter in Ariha town, in the south of Syria's northwestern province of Idlib. AFP

Tunisia's Prime Minister-designate Habib Jemli submits a proposed cabinet to President Kais Saied, at the presidential palace in the capital's eastern suburb of Carthage. AFP

Iraqi security forces are deployed in front of the US embassy in the capital Baghdad, after an order from the Hashed al-Shaabi paramilitary force to supporters to leave the compound. AFP

A woman believed to be Carole Ghosn, wife of former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, leaves the family's residence in Beirut, Lebanon, by car. Reuters

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