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Hajj pilgrims are wrapping up their journey and heading home.
This year was the first Hajj Saudi Arabia reopened the holy city of Mecca to international travelers after a two-year pause because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials this year also limited the number of pilgrims who could participate and they had to book their spots through an online platform, NPR reports.
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