This year, the festival must be welcomed in homes due to coronavirus outbreak, says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The train services suspended on March 28 due to coronavirus outbreak will resume in four routes with 16 services in a day, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoglu said in a statement.
Two out of five daily prayers, also Friday prayers to be allowed in mosques, prayer rooms in country's 81 provinces.
"Slightest neglect could lead to resuscitation of epidemic," warns Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The global coronavirus pandemic has affected more than five million people, with over 334,000 deaths. Here are coronavirus-related updates for May 22:
Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar assumed that Ankara’s support of the UN-recognised Tripoli government would not stand in his way. That turned out to be a miscalculation.
The Circassians, a predominantly Muslim people, suffered greatly under the Russians and were subjected to ethnic cleansing in 1864 where some 400,000-500,000 people are believed to have died.
Turkey's Communications Director Fahrettin Altun pens article for The Washington Times on the country's fight against coronavirus, highlighting the government's reforms and investments in the health sector.
Human rights activists accuse Greece of using the coronavirus pandemic as cover for abusing asylum seekers, says Wall Street Journal.
Ankara warns warlord Haftar's militias of retaliation if Turkish interests are targeted in Libya.
Eid al Fitr prayer marks the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and is traditionally prayed collectively early morning in mosques.
Film and television productions in California have been shuttered since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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