Syrian refugees' Eid clouded by plight

For Syrians displaced by years of conflict, festivities have largely been muted.

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    Muslims around the world are enjoying the Eid holiday, celebrating the end of Ramadan.

    But for Syrians displaced by years of conflict, festivities have largely been muted.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports from the bordering Turkish city of Gaziantep.


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