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06/07/2016 08h:42 CET

L'Aïd al-Fitr célébré partout à travers le monde (PHOTOS)

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Aujourd'hui, les musulmans du monde entier célèbrent l'Aïd Al-Fitr, marquant la fin du mois du mois de Ramadan.

De Tunis, à Beyrouth, en passant par Le Pirée ou encore Moscou, le HuffPost Tunisie vous propose de revenir en photos sur la prière de l'Aïd al-Fitr aux quatre coins de la planète.

L'Aïd al-Fitr célébré partout à travers le monde

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