The Middle East Framed - regional photography for February 27, 2020

The Middle East Framed - regional photography for February 27, 2020
The Middle East Framed - regional photography for February 27, 2020

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - South Sudan's traditional wrestler Dengic Parrach (right) from Yirol is tackled by Ekuach Ladu from Terekeka dressed in a leopard skin as they compete in a peace match during national championships in Juba, South Sudan. Reuters

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

Iraqi health officials and Civil Defence staff wearing protective suits prepare to spray disinfectant as a precaution against the coronavirus in the commercial markets, in downtown and hotels used by Iranian citizens in Najaf, Iraq. AP Photo

A picture taken from Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip shows smoke billowing following an explosion close to the border on the Egyptian side of the divided city. AFP

Kids throw water balloons at a decorated car with Kuwaiti flags during celebrations for the 29th Kuwait Liberation Day from the Iraq occupation, in Kuwait. Reuters

Turkey-backed Syrian fighters load their weapons at a position on outskits of the villages of Afis and Salihiyah situated near the regime-controlled town Saraqib, east of the Idlib province in northwestern Syria. AFP

Anti-government protesters wearing medical masks hold up banners in Arabic that read, "Specialists killing us, starving us and impoverishing us" during ongoing protests against the Lebanese government in front of the Ministry of Health, in Beirut, Lebanon. AP Photo

Israel border police stand guard as Israeli bulldozers demolish a Palestinian farm shed in the West Bank area of Masafer, near Yatta. EPA

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