The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 25, 2020

The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 25, 2020
The Middle East Framed - regional photography for January 25, 2020

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Visitors browse books during the 51st Cairo International Book Fair at Egypt International Exhibition Center, Cairo, Egypt. EPA

People walk next to a concrete wall set up by Lebanese police to block a road leading to the parliament building in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. EPA

Demonstrators stand on a scaffolding during a protest demanding a change of the power structure in Algiers, Algeria. Reuters

Tunisia's prime minister designate Elyess Fakhfakh speaks during a news conference in Tunis. Reuters

Women walk past an American army vehicle on the M4 highway in the town of Tal Tamr in the northeastern Syrian Hasakeh province on the border with Turkey. AFP

Rescuers search for people buried under the rubble on a collapsed building, after an earthquake struck Elazig, eastern Turkey. AP

Vehicles are prevented from crossing as flaming tyres are placed at a make-shift roadblock along al-Nasr bridge in the city of Nasiriyah in Iraq's southern Dhi Qar province amidst ongoing anti-government demonstrations. AFP

Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita (right) and Spain's Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, Arancha Gonzalez (left) during their meeting at the Foreign Ministry building in Rabat, Morocco. EPA

Libyan youths sit on motorcycles belonging to a Libyan biker club outside a cafe in the capital Tripoli. AFP

Britain's Prince Charles meets with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas during a visit in Bethlehem in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Reuters

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