Muslims look to new moon for start of Ramadan, but few saw it this year

Setting the start date of the holy month of Ramadan is not simple in the Muslim world. By astronomical calculation, it was supposed to begin Tuesday at sunset, with Wednesday as the first fasting day. But traditional moon-sighters did not agree....

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