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Ramadan 2017: Muslims fast from dawn to dusk in Ramadan

Muslims around the world have marked their first day of Ramadan on Saturday. Around one-point-six billion Muslims across the world observe fast during the holy month of Ramadan. Muslims fast from dawn to dusk without taking any food or drinking. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world

Ramadan 2017: Muslims marked the first day of Ramadan

Ramadan 2017: Muslims marked the first day of Ramadan

Muslims worldwide prepare for the holy month of Ramadan

Muslims worldwide prepare for the holy month of Ramadan

Showcase: Ramadan Drummers of Istanbul

Showcase: Ramadan Drummers of Istanbul

8 things to know about Ramadan

8 things to know about Ramadan

Second round of Libya talks held in Berlin

Second round of Libya talks held in Berlin

Kashmiri politicians head to Delhi to meet PM Modi

Kashmiri politicians head to Delhi to meet PM Modi

Cameroon's tech start-ups battling against the odds

Cameroon's tech start-ups battling against the odds

Russia says UK ship left Russian waters after shots fired

Russia says UK ship left Russian waters after shots fired

Berlin Conference on Libya agrees withdrawal of foreign forces

Berlin Conference on Libya agrees withdrawal of foreign forces

Madagascar communities on 'verge of' starvation after drought

Madagascar communities on 'verge of' starvation after drought

Suspected serial killer evades pursuit by 300 Brazil officers

Suspected serial killer evades pursuit by 300 Brazil officers

Gaza factories blocked out of supplies

Gaza factories blocked out of supplies

Biochemist strikes it clean with start-up

Biochemist strikes it clean with start-up

Germany, UN to host Libya conference in Berlin

Germany, UN to host Libya conference in Berlin

Spain pardons nine Catalan leaders jailed over independence bid

Spain pardons nine Catalan leaders jailed over independence bid

UNESCO says Great Barrier Reef should be listed as 'in danger'

UNESCO says Great Barrier Reef should be listed as 'in danger'

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