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000_1K49NA.jpg1 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims hold religious flags as they take part in a religious procession on the ninth day of the holy Islamic month of Moharram in Peshawar on September 9, 2019. The Islamic month of Muharram marks the seven-century martyrdom of Prophet Mohammad's grandson Imam Hussein who was killed in battle in Karbala in Iraq 680 AD.
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000_1K49N9.jpg1 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims flagellate themselves during a religious procession on the ninth day of the holy Islamic month of Moharram in Peshawar on September 9, 2019. The Islamic month of Muharram marks the seven-century martyrdom of Prophet Mohammad's grandson Imam Hussein who was killed in battle in Karbala in Iraq 680 AD.
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000_1JL7QR.jpg0 viewsIn this handout photo taken and released by the Information Technology Department from Government of India on August 18, 2019, government officials welcome a first batch of Hajj Muslim pilgrims at Srinagar Airport. - (Photo by Handout / various sources / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT GOV OF INDIA" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1JL7QQ.jpg0 viewsIn this handout photo taken and released by the Information Technology Department from Government of India on August 18, 2019, government officials welcome a first batch of Hajj Muslim pilgrims at Srinagar Airport. - (Photo by Handout / various sources / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT GOV OF INDIA" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1JL7QP.jpg0 viewsIn this handout photo taken and released by the Information Technology Department from Government of India on August 18, 2019, government officials welcome a first batch of Hajj Muslim pilgrims at Srinagar Airport. - (Photo by Handout / various sources / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT GOV OF INDIA" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1JI3VQ.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Pakistani Muslims watch the sacrifice of a camel on the second day of the Eid al-Adha festival in Karachi on August 13, 2019. - Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha (the feast of sacrifice), the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide marking the end of the annual pilgrimage or Hajj to the Saudi holy city of Mecca. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP) / GRAPHIC CONTENT
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000_1JI3VN.jpg0 viewsPakistani Muslims watch as a camel is prepared for sacrifice on the second day of the Eid al-Adha festival in Karachi on August 13, 2019. - Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha (the feast of sacrifice), the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide marking the end of the annual pilgrimage or Hajj to the Saudi holy city of Mecca. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1JI3VL.jpg0 viewsPakistani Muslims prepare to sacrifice a camel on the second day of the Eid al-Adha festival in Karachi on August 13, 2019. - Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha (the feast of sacrifice), the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide marking the end of the annual pilgrimage or Hajj to the Saudi holy city of Mecca. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1JH89S.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Muslims watch the sacrifice of a camel during the Eid al-Adha festival in Peshawar on August 12, 2019. - Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha (the feast of sacrifice), the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide marking the end of the annual pilgrimage or Hajj to the Saudi holy city of Mecca. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP) / GRAPHIC CONTENT
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000_1JH8A5.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Muslims watch the sacrifice of a camel during the Eid al-Adha festival in Peshawar on August 12, 2019. - Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha (the feast of sacrifice), the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide marking the end of the annual pilgrimage or Hajj to the Saudi holy city of Mecca. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP) / GRAPHIC CONTENT
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000_1JH8A1.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Muslims slaughter a camel during the Eid al-Adha festival in Peshawar on August 12, 2019. - Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha (the feast of sacrifice), the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide marking the end of the annual pilgrimage or Hajj to the Saudi holy city of Mecca. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP) / GRAPHIC CONTENT
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000_1JE46R.jpg0 viewsIndian passengers show their travel documents to a Pakistani police officer before their departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46P.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani man waves to his Indian Muslim relatives on their departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46O.jpg0 viewsIndian Muslim passengers wave from the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46L.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani family waves to their Indian Muslim relatives on their departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46K.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani family waves to their Indian Muslim relatives on their departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46J.jpg0 viewsPakistani men wave to their Indian Muslim relatives on their departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46I.jpg0 viewsIndian Muslim passeners read Koran ahead of their departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46G.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani woman (C) embraces her Indian Muslim relative (L) ahead of her departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46E.jpg0 viewsPakistani women react after the departure of their Indian Muslim relatives travelling with the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1JE46C.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani woman (L) embraces her Indian Muslim relative (C) ahead of her departure to India via the Samjhota Express train, also called the Friendship Express that runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan, at the railway station in Lahore on August 8, 2019. - The Samjhota Express train, which has been in the past between halted due to tensions between the neighbouring countries, returned to India as Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic ties with nuclear-armed rival India on August 7, announcing that it will expel the Indian envoy and suspend trade in a deepening row over New Delhi's clampdown on disputed Kashmir. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1J91SX.jpg0 viewsWomen take part in a protest against the recent passage of a law to criminalise "instant divorce" for Muslims in Mumbai on August 1, 2019, while others hold a placard linking their demonstration over the religious divorce legislation with a car crash involving a rape victim in Uttar Pradesh state. - The Indian government and women's groups hailed "historic" legislation July 31 that criminalised "instant divorce" for Muslims, but an influential Islamic group said it would launch a legal challenge. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1J91SU.jpg0 viewsWomen take part in a protest against the recent passage of a law to criminalise "instant divorce" for Muslims in Mumbai on August 1, 2019, while others hold a placard linking their demonstration over the religious divorce legislation with a car crash involving a rape victim in Uttar Pradesh state. - The Indian government and women's groups hailed "historic" legislation July 31 that criminalised "instant divorce" for Muslims, but an influential Islamic group said it would launch a legal challenge. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1J91SS.jpg0 viewsWomen take part in a protest against the recent passage of a law to criminalise "instant divorce" for Muslims in Mumbai on August 1, 2019. - The Indian government and women's groups hailed "historic" legislation July 31 that criminalised "instant divorce" for Muslims, but an influential Islamic group said it would launch a legal challenge. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1J91SH.jpg0 viewsWomen take part in a protest against the recent passage of a law to criminalise "instant divorce" for Muslims in Mumbai on August 1, 2019. - The Indian government and women's groups hailed "historic" legislation July 31 that criminalised "instant divorce" for Muslims, but an influential Islamic group said it would launch a legal challenge. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1J89BG.jpg0 viewsPeople walk through rushing flood waters as they try to hold onto a rope to help them to cross the street following heavy monsoon rains outside the Moinuddin Chishti sufi shrine in Ajmer in the western Indian state of Rajasthan on August 1, 2019. (Photo by Shaukat Ahmed / AFP)
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000_1J89BE.jpg0 viewsA man trips in rushing flood waters as he tries to hold onto a rope to help people to cross the street following heavy monsoon rains outside the Moinuddin Chishti sufi shrine in Ajmer in the western Indian state of Rajasthan on August 1, 2019. (Photo by Shaukat Ahmed / AFP)
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000_1H916K.jpg14 viewsYemenis visit the grave of loved ones in the capital Sanaa on June 5, 2019, as they mark Eid al-Fitr celebrating the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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000_1H916F.jpg2 viewsYemenis visit the grave of loved ones in the capital Sanaa on June 5, 2019, as they mark Eid al-Fitr celebrating the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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000_1H910D.jpg2 viewsYemeni security forces loyal to the Huthi-rebel government stands guard as Muslim worshippers perform Eid al-Fitr prayers at a square in the capital Sanaa on June 5, 2019, marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)
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000_1H92HM.jpg3 viewsRelatives of Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces' fighters who have been killed during the Syrian conflict, pray at the tomb of loved ones on the first day of Eid al-Fitr holiday, that marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, in the northeastern Syrian city of Qamishli on June 5, 2019. (Photo by Delil souleiman / AFP)
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000_1H80HU.jpg0 viewsPakistani Muslims offer prayers for the Eid al-Fitr holiday in Peshawar on June 4, 2019. - Muslims around the world celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1H80HO.jpg1 viewsPakistani Muslims offer prayers for the Eid al-Fitr holiday in Peshawar on June 4, 2019. - Muslims around the world celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1H80HM.jpg2 viewsPakistani Muslims offer prayers for the Eid al-Fitr holiday in Peshawar on June 4, 2019. - Muslims around the world celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1H79RL.jpg1 viewsAn Afghan policeman stands guard as Muslim devotees offer prayers at the start of the Eid al-Fitr holiday in Khost province on June 4, 2019. - Muslims around the world celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by FARID ZAHIR / AFP)
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000_1H7585.jpg3 viewsA Pakistani customer looks at jewellery at a market ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, in Karachi on June 3, 2019. - Muslims around the world are preparing to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)
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000_1H7538.jpg2 viewsA Pakistani beautician applies henna design on a customer's hands at a beauty salon ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, in Karachi on June 3, 2019. - Muslims around the world are preparing to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)
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