The Middle East framed - regional photography for February 26, 2020

The Middle East framed - regional photography for February 26, 2020
The Middle East framed - regional photography for February 26, 2020

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - People visit abandoned houses of the ancient city of Hasankeyf in Turkey, which will be soon under water as part of a controversial dam project. AFP

A man shows a falcon to visitors at the historical site of Diriyah, outside Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. AP

Fishermen are pictured surrounded by seagulls just off the ninth green ahead of the Oman Open at Al Mouj in Muscat. Getty

Anti-government demonstrators wearing protective masks stand at the entrance of a tent in the southern Iraqi city of Basra. AFP

A supporter holds a photo of Egypt’s ousted President Hosni Mubarak as he weeps outside the gate of the mosque ahead of the former leader's funeral in New Cairo, Egypt. AFP

The oil drilling ship the Tungsten Explorer is seen docked off the coast of the Lebanese coastal town of Safra, Lebanon. AFP

Libyans celebrate in Tripoli's Martyrs Square ahead of the upcoming ninth anniversary of the revolution which toppled Muammar Gaddafi. AFP

Smoke billows above buildings during an air strike by pro-regime forces on the village of Nayrab, about 14 kilometres southeast of the city of Idlib in northwestern Syria. AFP

Yemeni shop owners wait for customers at a market in the capital Sanaa's old city. AFP

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