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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Lebanese riot police guard a road leading to the parliament during clashes with anti-government protesters in downtown Beirut. Lebanon's new prime minister claims to lead a government of technocrats but critics, including protesters, argue the line-up is window dressing for a set of ministers who are neither experts nor independent. AFP
A Syrian man mourns the death of family members next to the rubble of his house following a reported airstrike on the village of Kafr Nuran. AFP
A Palestinian father and his kids walk near the beach during a cold weather at al Shatea refugee camp in Gaza City. EPA
Construction workers take a break on scaffolding as people walk on Istiklal avenue at Beyoglu district, in Istanbul. AFP
Iraqi demonstrators shout slogans during ongoing anti-government protests in Nassiriya, Iraq. REUTERS
A man walks past solar panels at the Benban Solar Park, the world's largest solar power plant in the world, in Aswan, Egypt. EPA
A protester throws a tyre on a burning pile blocking the road in the capital Beirut. AFP
Syrian actor Rasheed Assaf (C) performs during the filming of a new Syrian television series, titled 'The Guardian of Jerusalem', at al-Zaitoun church in the old city of Damascus. EPA
A general view shows buildings surrounding coffee fields at a village in the mountain region of Haraz, Yemen. EPA
Iraqi students take part in an anti-government demonstration near the headquarters of the local government in the southern city of Basra. An Iraqi demonstrator was shot dead in the southern city of Basra overnight, a security source and the human rights commission said, the latest in a string of protester deaths. AFP
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