Ruhollah Zam: Iran issues death sentence for opposition journalist

Ruhollah Zam: Iran issues death sentence for opposition journalist
Ruhollah Zam: Iran issues death sentence for opposition journalist

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A worker disinfect cars before they pass a drive-through coronavirus screening centre at Ain Shams in Cairo. AFP

Mahmoud Islam, a 24-year-old shows a coronavirus-shaped ice cream inside the Roll Zone shop in the Cairo neighbourhood of Giza, Egypt. Reuters

People wear face masks to protect against the spread of coronavirus in Ankara, Turkey. AP Photo

An aerial picture taken with a drone shows graves of victims who died with coronavirus at a cemetery in the city of Najaf, southern Iraq. EPA

Butchers, wearing protective facemasks, carve meat in the northeastern city of Sulaimaniyah, Iraq. AFP

A man shops for fabric in the northeastern city of Sulaimaniyah, Iraq. AFP

Men sit at a traditional cafe in the historic city of Shaqlawah, about 48 kilometres northeast of Erbil, in the northern Iraqi Kurdish autonomous region. AFP

A man crosses by boat from Rabat to Sale after lockdown measures were lifted, in Morocco. AP Photo

Yasmin, left, applies makeup for her friend, Mariam, as they spend time outdoors for the first time since lockdown measures were lifted, in Rabat, Morocco. AP Photo

Algerians are pictured at the seafront promenade in the Bab Al Oued district of Algiers. AFP

Algeria's capital Algiers at the start of a curfew. AFP

An Algerian man leads his fighting ram back home before a curfew is imposed. AFP

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