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PHOTO GALLERY: Heavy rainfall hits much of Saudi Arabia, drowns Qatar


Saudi Arabia
A vehicle is seen submerged in water in a flooded highway in western Riyadh following heavy rainfall across most of Saudi Arabia on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
Saudi Arabia
Vehicles are seen submerged in water in a flooded highway in western Riyadh following heavy rainfall across most of Saudi Arabia on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
Saudi Arabia
A Saudi man uses his mobile phone near a car submerged in flood waters following heavy rain, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia November 25, 2015. (Reuters)
Saudi Arabia
A Saudi man watches as a car is submerged in flood waters following heavy rain in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia November 25, 2015. Saudi Arabia November 25, 2015. (Reuters)
Qatari
A motorist drives a car in a flooded street in the Qatari capital Doha following heavy rainfall on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
Qatar
A motorist drives a car in a flooded street in the Qatari capital Doha following heavy rainfall on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
Saudi Arabia
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 image released by the Saudi Press Agency, SPA, cars drive on a flooded street in Al-Qassim Region, west of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (AP)
Qatar
A boy rides a bicycle in a flooded street in the Qatari capital Doha following heavy rainfall on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
Qatar
Motorists drive in a flooded street in the Qatari capital Doha following heavy rainfall on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
Saudi Arabia
Vehicles are seen submerged in water in a flooded highway in western Riyadh following heavy rainfall across most of the country on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
Saudi Arabia
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 image released by the Saudi Press Agency, SPA, a car drives on a flooded street in Al-Qassim Region, west of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (AP)
Saudi Arabia
In this Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 image released by the Directorate of the Saudi Civil Defence Tweeter, a Saudi rescue team search a flooded street in the town of Buraydah, about 200 kms north west of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (AP)
Qatar
A view of a flooded street in the Qatari capital Doha following heavy rainfall on November 25, 2015 (AFP)
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