U.S. President Donald Trump speaks with Mohammed bin Salman, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince and minister of defense, left, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Trump's administration may resume selling weapon guidance systems to Saudi Arabia that were halted by former President Barack Obama in December, according to the Wall Street Journal. Photo credit: Getty Images
Syrian security forces and journalists stand inside the old palace of justice building in Damascus following a reported suicide bombing on March 15, 2017. Two suicide bombings hit Damascus including the attack at the central courthouse that left at least 32 dead, as Syria's war entered its seventh year with the regime now claiming the upper hand. Photo credit: Getty Images
A woman works on a mural on the southern wall of Sanaa's University in the Yemeni capital during the Open Day of Art annual event on March 15, 2017. Photo credit: Getty Images
Members of the global coalition against ISIL gather at a conference in Kuwait City on March 15, 2017, for more coordination to stem the flow of foreign fighters into Iraq and Syria. The call came as Kuwait's Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled al-Jarallah opened a one-day meeting for the Counter-Daesh (ISIL) Coalition Foreign Terrorist Fighters Working Group consisting of Kuwait, Turkey and Holland. Photo credit: Getty Images
An activist from the Lebanese NGO Abaad (Dimensions), a resource centre for gender equality, dresses as a bride with bandages and stands in a golden cage during a protest near parliament in downtown Beirut on March 15, 2017. MPs are debating a vote against article 522 in the Lebanese penal code which shields rapists from prosecution on the condition that they marry their victim, a phenomenon that is still practiced in the country, especially among conservative families whose chief aim is to preserve the family's so-called honour. Photo credit: Getty Images

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