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Expected: Iftar on the 17th of July

National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics expect Ramadan to be 29 days this year.

According to the deputy head of the National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, it is expected that Eid Al-Fitr will start from 17th of July, MENA news agency reported.

On the night of the 29th of Ramadan, they expect to see a new crescent moon that marks the end of another blissful Ramadan.