The streets of the Iraqi capital have been calm after weeks of often-violent protests.
Political rivals have declared a truce ahead of a religious ceremony which sees millions of pilgrims visit Iraq.
However, with the political deadlock unresolved and tensions still running high, there are fears that violence may be just around the corner.
Al Jazeera’s @Ali Hashem reports from Baghdad, Iraq.
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