"I was afraid of a second explosion so I came immediately to my home," a worshipper said after a bomb went off at a mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan that killed many, including the mosque's imam.
Eid al-Fitr can be celebrated for up to three days and most festivities involve food as well as visiting family and friends.
The start date of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the breaking of the fasting period of Ramada, can vary across the world.
The Council on American–Islamic Relations has advised mosques to remain shuttered despite instructions by president for places of worship to reopen.
From praying at home instead of mosques, to making Eid cards and having dinner with relatives over zoom and Skype, Muslims tell us how they will mark the end of Ramadan.
Translating to "Festival of Breaking the Fast," Eid al-Fitr is a major Islamic holiday. Here is what you need to know about traditions and timings for the celebrations this year.
From fire-lit parades in Indonesia to crowded journeys home in Bangladesh.
Eid al-Fitr, or the "festival of breaking the fast," ends a month of fasting from sunrise to sunset for Muslims around the world.
When Eid al-Fitr takes place depends on the lunar cycle.
Ramadan is observed a day earlier in some parts of the world due to a moon-sighting methodology that leads countries to announce the start of the holy month on differing days.
Buhari has been on medical leave for a total of 14 weeks in 2017, and Nigerians are not satisfied.
Mayor framed the plan as part of a larger effort to reach out to the city's Muslim communities.