Ramadan 2020: Public sector working hours revealed

Ramadan 2020: Public sector working hours revealed
Ramadan 2020: Public sector working hours revealed

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - People wearing protective face masks shop traditional Ramadan products which are displayed for sale at Al Khayamia street in old Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

A woman is pictured next to traditional Ramadan products which are displayed for sale at Al Khayamia street in old Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

The newly installed Ramadan lights on the Corniche during the rain. Victor Besa / The National

The newly installed Ramadan lights on the Corniche during the rain. Victor Besa / The National

The newly installed Ramadan lights on the Corniche during the rain. Victor Besa / The National

The newly installed Ramadan lights on the Corniche during the rain. Victor Besa / The National

The newly installed Ramadan lights on the Corniche during the rain. Victor Besa / The National

Egyptian craftsman Shreif Rashwan makes traditional Ramadan lanterns, called Fanous, at a workshop in Cairo, Egypt. EPA

Members of the Palestinian al-Yaqoubi family gather around a table during the coronavirus lockdown, to make lanterns to sell ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip. AFP

An Egyptian woman wearing a face mask buys 'fanous' traditional Ramadan lanterns at a market in Cairo, Egypt. EPA

A woman buys traditional Ramadan lanterns, called "fanous" which are displayed for sale at a stall, ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

An Egyptian woman sells 'fanous' traditional Ramadan lanterns at a market in Cairo, Egypt. EPA

A man walks with others near traditional Ramadan products which are displayed for sale at Al Khayamia street in old Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

A man looks at traditional Ramadan lanterns, called "fanous" which are displayed for sale at a stall, ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan at Al Khayamia street in old Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

A woman with a mask walks in the yard of a Friday prayer mosque in Shahr-e-Ray, south of Tehran, Iran. The typically frenetic streets of Iran's capital, Tehran, have fallen silent and empty due to the new coronavirus outbreak that's gripped the Islamic Republic. AP

A Palestinian vendor displays Ramadan lanterns for sale outside his shop in Gaza City, as Muslims across the world are preparing for the upcoming holy month of Ramadan. AFP

A Palestinian vendor displays Ramadan lanterns for sale outside his shop in Gaza City, as Muslims across the world are preparing for the upcoming holy month of Ramadan. AFP

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