PHOTOS People in area of Eastern Ghouta observe holy month of Ramadan

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People in area of Eastern Ghouta observe holy month of Ramadan

Xinhua

15:52, May 20, 2018

A street vendor sells licorice in the Eastern Ghouta countryside of the capital Damascus on May 19, 2018. People in the area of Eastern Ghouta have started returning to normal life and observing the traditions of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan without fear after the rebels were dislodged from that area last month.(Photos: Xinhua)

A street vendor sells licorice in the Eastern Ghouta countryside of the capital Damascus on May 19, 2018. People in the area of Eastern Ghouta have started returning to normal life and observing the traditions of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan without fear after the rebels were dislodged from that area last month.

A street vendor sells bagels on a stroller in the Eastern Ghouta countryside of the capital Damascus on May 19, 2018. People in the area of Eastern Ghouta have started returning to normal life and observing the traditions of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan without fear after the rebels were dislodged from that area last month.

A Syrian sweetmaker prepares traditional sweet in the Eastern Ghouta countryside of the capital Damascus on May 19, 2018. People in the area of Eastern Ghouta have started returning to normal life and observing the traditions of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan without fear after the rebels were dislodged from that area last month.

A baker kneads the doughs to make special Ramadan's traditional dates bagel in the Eastern Ghouta countryside of the capital Damascus on May 19, 2018. People in the area of Eastern Ghouta have started returning to normal life and observing the traditions of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan without fear after the rebels were dislodged from that area last month.

A Syrian baker prepares bread at his bakery shop in the Eastern Ghouta countryside of the capital Damascus on May 19, 2018. People in the area of Eastern Ghouta have started returning to normal life and observing the traditions of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan without fear after the rebels were dislodged from that area last month.

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