Mecca’s Grand Mosque: Hajj pilgrimage to go ahead

This year's Muslim Hajj pilgrimage will go ahead despite a crane collapse which killed more than 100 people at the Grand Mosque of Mecca, a Saudi official said.
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Muslim pilgrims walk past the crane that collapsed the day before at the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia's holy Muslim city of Mecca on September 12, 2015. This year's hajj pilgrimage will go ahead despite a crane collapse which killed more than 100 people at the Grand Mosque of Mecca, a Saudi official told AFP. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Muslim pilgrims walk past the crane that collapsed the day before at the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia's holy Muslim city of Mecca on September 12, 2015. This year's hajj pilgrimage will go ahead despite a crane collapse which killed more than 100 people at the Grand Mosque of Mecca, a Saudi official told AFP. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Muslim pilgrims arrive to the Grand Mosque, where a crane collapsed the day before, on September 12, 2015 in Saudi Arabia's holy Muslim city of Mecca. This year's hajj pilgrimage will go ahead despite a crane collapse which killed more than 100 people at the Grand Mosque of Mecca, a Saudi official told AFP. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Muslim pilgrims gather in front the crane that collapsed the day before at the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia's holy Muslim city of Mecca on September 12, 2015. This year's Muslim Hajj pilgrimage will go ahead despite a crane collapse which killed more than 100 people at the Grand Mosque of Mecca, a Saudi official told AFP. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Workers walk next to the crane that collapsed the day before at the Grand Mosque on September 12, 2015 in Saudi Arabia's holy Muslim city of Mecca. This year's Muslim Hajj pilgrimage will go ahead despite a crane collapse which killed more than 100 people at the Grand Mosque of Mecca, a Saudi official told AFP. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Saudi emergency teams stand next to a construction crane after it crashed into the Grand Mosque of Saudi Arabia's holy Muslim city of Mecca on September 11, 2015. At least 107 people died when a massive construction crane toppled into a courtyard of the mosque during extremely high winds. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Saudi man donates blood for the people who were injured after a crane collapsed at Mecca's Grand Mosque on September 12, 2015 at al-Noor hospital in Saudi Arabia's holy Muslim city of Mecca. This year's hajj pilgrimage will go ahead despite a crane collapse which killed more than 100 people, a Saudi official told AFP. (AFP/Getty Images)