Muslims around the world are observing the holiday of Eid al-Adha despite the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing measures are making it difficult for families to celebrate together - but worshippers are making do the best they can.
A three-day cease-fire has come into force in Afghanistan as Muslims mark Eid al-Adha. It's hoped the temporary truce and a prisoner exchange will lead to peace talks between the Taliban and Kabul as early as next week.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced animal traders to try something new in order to have a successful festival. Some even parade animals on YouTube to music in order to make ends meet.
Only a small number of faithful are taking part in this year's hajj, usually one of the biggest religious gatherings in the world. Authorities have dramatically downsized the pilgrimage to prevent fresh virus outbreaks.
Schools are reopening around Germany, but the coronavirus shows no sign of abating. In the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, everyone has to wear a mask at school. Not everyone thinks that's a good thing.
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