Tombac coffee-cup-set is displayed at Tombac: “Elegance with a Touch of Gold” exhibition in Istanbul on 5 March 2019 [Veli Gürgah – Anadolu Agency]
Apodemia Butterfly is seen at Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden, which has air conditioning system for the butterflies to keep them alive, in Turkey, on 6 March 2019 [Abdullah Coşkun/Anadolu Agency]
Palestinian woman Rava en-Naccar, 22, takes care of her flowers as she grows them after she was graduated from nursery department, at her green house in Gaza on February 25 2019 [Ali Jadallah/anadolu Agency]
Prosthetic technicians make limbs for Gazans who have lost theirs while taking part in the Great March of Return [Mohammed Asad/Middle East Monitor]
Palestinian women demonstrate against Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ in Gaza City, Gaza on 6 March 2019 [Mustafa Hassona/Anadolu Agency]
ISTANBUL, TURKEY – MARCH 07: A man takes a photograph in the courtyard of Camlica mosque after taking part in the first official public prayer marking the opening of Camlica Mosque on March 7, 2019 in Istanbul, Turkey. Camlica Mosque is now Turkey’s largest mosque capable of accommodating more than 40,000 people. The mosque sits on Camlica hill with sweeping views over Istanbul. Construction on the mega project, which was championed by Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, started in 2013 at a cost of approximately 150 million Turkish Lira. The mosque was designed by two female architects and includes a museum, art gallery and library. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
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