Tickets were limited this year to reduce crowds, although attendees surged through the venue shoulder to shoulder.
Educational institutions across the country reopened on Tuesday after a six-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Parts of the city remain waterlogged and without power, forcing residents to take to streets to demand action.
More than a dozen people have died in this week's rain while residents have been forced to abandon their homes.
Roads flooded, people stranded, homes damaged — citizens hope for miracle as rains wash away government's rhetoric.
Enormous tents have been erected as usual to host pilgrims in Iraq, but with a new twist, an attempt at social distancing.
Wuhan residents are letting loose by rocking at nighttime pool parties at the popular Maya Beach Water Park.
A spellbinding aura of mysticism could be felt as the faithful entered the shrine on a hot Monday.
Jubilant citizens do fireworks, take out rallies across the country carrying national flags.
Apart from marriage halls and educational institutions, nearly all sectors have been allowed to open.
It was Nasa’s first crewed mission from home soil in nine years.
“We’ve not earned a single penny for a year now.”
Sacrifices of goats, cows, camels and sheep were carried out nationwide.
“Everyone will be praying for this pandemic to end, and for all the people of the world to see better months to come."
The disruption of the campaign had raised fears of a spike in polio cases in Pakistan.
As many as 350,000 people took part in Friday's prayers at the Byzantine-era monument, according to Erdogan.
In Dubai, the launch was met with rapturous excitement and blanket media coverage.
The memorial took place barely three weeks after Spain ended its months-long state of emergency.
At least seven people have been killed in different rain-related incidents since Monday.