Iftar meal: How Muslims around the world break Ramzan fast

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A man makes traditional sweets in a market in the town of Ramtha, Jordan. (Reuters Photo)

A man makes traditional sweets in a market in the town of Ramtha, Jordan. (Reuters Photo)

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A Pakistani volunteer provides cups for cold water or milk provided for the iftar meals in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. (AP Photo)

A Pakistani volunteer provides cups for cold water or milk provided for the iftar meals in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. (AP Photo)

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A Muslim boy prepares to distribute the Iftar (breaking of fast) meal at the Jama Masjid in the old quarters of Delhi. (REUTERS photo)

A Muslim boy prepares to distribute the Iftar (breaking of fast) meal at the Jama Masjid in the old quarters of Delhi. (REUTERS photo)

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Muslim bakers prepare a version of naan bread popularly known as “Khadeem Munshai Naan" in Hyderabad. (AFP PHOTO)

Muslim bakers prepare a version of naan bread popularly known as “Khadeem Munshai Naan" in Hyderabad. (AFP PHOTO)

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Afghan men distributing food in Ghazni. ( AFP PHOTO )

Afghan men distributing food in Ghazni. ( AFP PHOTO )

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A worker arranging 'Sewaiyan' or vermicelli on the floor for 'drying' in Bhopal (Mujeeb faruqui/Hindustan Times)

A worker arranging 'Sewaiyan' or vermicelli on the floor for 'drying' in Bhopal (Mujeeb faruqui/Hindustan Times)

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A worker carrying Sewaiyan or vermicelli from a bakery oven, in Bhopal, India. (Mujeeb faruqui/Hindustan Times)

A worker carrying Sewaiyan or vermicelli from a bakery oven, in Bhopal, India. (Mujeeb faruqui/Hindustan Times)

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An Afghan labourer works at a traditional 'jelabi' factory in Herat province. (AFP PHOTO)

An Afghan labourer works at a traditional 'jelabi' factory in Herat province. (AFP PHOTO)

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A man receives free food distributed for the needy at the Sunni mosque of Abdul Qadir al-Gailani in Baghdad. (REUTERS Photo)

A man receives free food distributed for the needy at the Sunni mosque of Abdul Qadir al-Gailani in Baghdad. (REUTERS Photo)

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Yemenis break their fast as they gather in the street to eat in the southern Yemeni city of Taez..( AFP PHOTO )

Yemenis break their fast as they gather in the street to eat in the southern Yemeni city of Taez..( AFP PHOTO )

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Migrants break their fast with the "iftar" meal in the city of Ventimiglia on the French-Italian border. ( AFP PHOTO )

Migrants break their fast with the "iftar" meal in the city of Ventimiglia on the French-Italian border. ( AFP PHOTO )

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A shopkeeper prepares dates, a popular fruit for breaking the fast in Jakarta, Indonesia. (REUTERS Photo)

A shopkeeper prepares dates, a popular fruit for breaking the fast in Jakarta, Indonesia. (REUTERS Photo)

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Afghan labourers work at a traditional 'jelabi' factory in Ghazni. (AFP PHOTO)

Afghan labourers work at a traditional 'jelabi' factory in Ghazni. (AFP PHOTO)

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Muslim bakers prepare a version of naan bread popularly known as “Khadeem Munshai Naan” in Hyderabad. (AFP PHOTO)

Muslim bakers prepare a version of naan bread popularly known as “Khadeem Munshai Naan” in Hyderabad. (AFP PHOTO)

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