Children at a school.
The emirate will showcase 59 first-edition Russian language translations of books written by Emirati and Arab authors.
'There is no better place than Heart of Sharjah - an area steeped in history — to host Sharjah Heritage Days, which is why we choose this venue every year. It offers us an ideal platform to showcase not only local cultural and artistic traditions, but those of several countries who join us from all over the world.'
Emirati author Sheikha Maryam Saqr Al Qasimi has captivated the visitors of the 38th Sharjah International Book Fair during her book signing ceremony. Her latest children’s book titled ‘The Innkeeper.’
Thirty-four-year-old Serb tennis super-winner of 20 Grand Slam titles, Novak Djokovic, has lost his marathon legal battle over his controversial visa when a three-judge Australian federal court upheld the lower court decision supporting
Loneliness has been one of the greatest harms of the pandemic, and some people are more afflicted than others. In general, those at the very top and the very bottom of the socioeconomic ladder have had the most chances to meet
This week, Ugandan schools reopened for the first time since March 2020 — the longest COVID-related school closure of any country in the world. While Ugandans breathe a sigh of relief at being able to return to some sense of normalcy,