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 on Saturday.
"It definitely will not affect the hajj this season and the affected part will probably be fixed in a few days," said the official, who declined to be named.
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