Oman to allow citizens to travel abroad

Oman to allow citizens to travel abroad
Oman to allow citizens to travel abroad

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A staff member assembles a 3D-printed face shield made under the Glia project, which produces low-cost medical supplies for impoverished regions, in Gaza City. AFP

A mask-clad child sells watermelons in the Askar Palestinian refugee camp, east of the West Bank city of Nablus. AFP

A resident of the Askar Palestinian refugee camp, east of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, washes a horse. AFP

Sundanese refugee Ayat Mohamed’s sick father sits on a wheelchair at their home in Ain Shams district, amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

A vendor works at Al Sadriya Market in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, known for its fresh fruit and vegetable stands. AFP

Mask-clad residents of the Askar Palestinian refugee camp, east of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, gather in an alley. AFP

A man rides a bicycle near the Marmara sea in Istanbul, Turkey. Turkish authorities have now allowed the reopening of restaurants, cafes, parks and beaches, as well as lifting the ban on inter-city travel imposed to contain the coronavirus. EPA

A man fishes near the Marmara sea against the backdrop of Prince Islands in Istanbul, Turkey. EPA

A view of an outdoor market in the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza Strip, which has reopened after the Covid-19 restrictions. AFP

A Palestinian man sells eggplants on a donkey-cart in an outdoor market which has reopened after the coronavirus lockdown in the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza Strip. AFP

An Iraqi peddler pushes his drinks cart in Al Khilani square in the capital Baghdad, as vendors return to the streets following relaxation of coronavirus measures in place since late March. AFP

Basma Mostafa, a 30-year-old journalist who founded an initiative that sends freshly home-cooked meals to quarantined coronavirus patients, writes in Arabic, 'you are not alone, we love you', on a box filled with food at a friend's apartment, in Cairo, Egypt. AP Photo

Customers enjoy drinks outside a restaurant on a strategic intersection leading into one of Beirut's neighbourhoods. AP Photo

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