We looked inside some of the tweets by @APMiddleEast and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
A Sikh pilgrimage to a shrine in Pakistan ends in tragedy as a passenger train crashes into a bus with the pilgrims at an unmanned railway crossing in eastern Punjab province, killing 20 people, including seven women. https://t.co/63SH158qMS
A spark of hope in Sudan: The country's transitional government is preparing to outlaw female genital mutilation. Activists and survivors are praising the move but say it will be a long fight to finally end the deeply entrenched practice. https://t.co/TX4zgiOuUJ
“I don’t have anything to give him": A 51-year-old Yemeni fisherman looks at his 7-month-old baby boy, with wafer-thin skin and emaciated limbs. The infant's fate mirrors that of countless other malnourished children in the war-torn country. https://t.co/MKwWJuhjvg
Scenes across the Middle East, Afghanistan & Pakistan, where long-simmering issues boiled over into protests against inequality and corruption — all this, while the coronavirus threatens to make a comeback with a new surge in reported cases. https://t.co/xuFmBtASal
"We still have a heavy fight": Iran has been the Mideast's hot spot for the pandemic but is only now seeing its highest single-day spikes in reported cases. Health experts worry a growing complacency among Iranians may further allow the virus to spread. https://t.co/Y0U9QZ0LuW