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Azerbaijan sets Ramadan timetable with Turkey

Azerbaijan has changed the country's Ramadan timetable with Iran to set it in compliance with Turkey this year, according to Turkish media reports.

"This is a first and an interesting development," said Ramin Sadık, an Azerbaijani historian.

Ramadan begins on April 2 with the first sahur, a meal before dawn, in Turkey and on April 3 in Iran.

Azerbaijan sets Ramadan timetable with Turkey

Azerbaijan has changed the country's Ramadan timetable with Iran to set it in compliance with Turkey this year, according to Turkish media reports.

"This is a first and an interesting development," said Ramin Sadık, an Azerbaijani historian.

Ramadan begins on April 2 with the first sahur, a meal before dawn, in Turkey and on April 3 in Iran.

Paris Fashion Week returns to pre-pandemic form

Two years on from France's first pandemic lockdown, Paris Fashion Week is almost back in full stride, with the vast majority of houses returning to live shows.

The women's autumn-winter week has kicked off yesterday with all eyes on Off-White, presenting the final collection by its founder Virgil Abloh, who died from cancer in November at 41.     

“Shalom” Chairman: I am Surprised by the Lack of Reaction of Bulgarian Politicians to the Nazi Salute of MEP Djambazki

"I am surprised by the lack of reaction from Bulgarian politicians to Angel Djambazki's Nazi salute." This was commented in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio by Assoc. Prof. Alexander Oscar, chairman of the Organization of the Jews in Bulgaria "Shalom"

Criminal Proceedings against Bulgarian MEP Angel Djambazki for Fascist Salute

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