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Ramadan 2020: More than 150,000 cases confirmed across Middle East

More than 150,000 infections have been confirmed in the Middle East. As in rest of the world, governments there are using strict lockdown measures to prevent people from meeting in public places. The restrictions are particularly crucial to limit the spread of the virus during the month of Ramadan, when Muslims usually attend communal prayers. Because of the pandemic, this holy month will be unlike any in years passed. Reagan Des Vignes reports on how the coronavirus crisis is affecting people across the region.

Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid al Fitr

Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid al Fitr

Muslims prepare for month of fasting amid outbreak

Muslims prepare for month of fasting amid outbreak

Turkey sees unusual Eid scenes this year

Turkey sees unusual Eid scenes this year

Ramadan in the Middle East: Muslims celebrate holy month despite conflicts

Ramadan in the Middle East: Muslims celebrate holy month despite conflicts

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Heavy rains and flooding are inundating northeast Bangladesh

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Russian forces turn focus to key Donbass city

Biden in Seoul for joint approach to China and North

Biden in Seoul for joint approach to China and North

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Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese claims victory

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Gaza hospital giving bionic limbs to amputees

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Underground city discovered in Türkiye's southeast

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

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Concerns in US over Ukraine aid spending

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Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

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