In Porto, the Muslim community ends Ramadan with sugar and Eid al-Fitr | Report

Mir Aziz left Bangladesh for Portugal in 2010 in search of a better life. He lived in Lisbon for a year, then moved to Porto, where he opened souvenir shops and grocery stores. The apartment where he lives with his wife and two children is in a building on Rua da Porta do Sol, close to the cathedral, and is looked after by the waiter at lunchtime. “When I come back, he comes to my house for lunch,” says the 34-year-old as he leaves work to visit his family.

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