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Muslims around the world celebrated the Eid al-Fitr religious holiday on Wednesday, marking the end of Islam's holy month of Ramadan.For those displaced by fighting in Syria and Iraq, this Eid was yet another festival marked away from home.In Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, thousands of people attended prayers at the grand mosque of Dian al-Mahri in West Java province.In Europe, Muslims wailed in prayer in a basement to mark the end of Ramadan in one of the Greek capital's many makeshift mosques set up in garages or abandoned warehouses. Athens has had no formal mosque since independence from the Ottoman Turks in 1832, but pledged last month to build one for its 200,000 Muslims.
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