20 August 2012 05:57 AM | By Thomas Oakey
Eid al-Fitr - August 19 2012

Eid ul-Fitr

Eid ul-Fitr (© Mohamed Abd El Ghany / Reuters)
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  • Eid ul-Fitr (© Mohamed Abd El Ghany / Reuters)
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Here an Egyptian woman enjoys the colourful celebrations for Eid al-Fitr in Tahir square, Cairo.

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