Sharjah Book Authority at America’s Top Conference
for Thriller Writers, ThrillerFest XIV
New York, 16 July 2019:The Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) has recently concluded its showcase of Sharjah’s cultural feats at a very special literary gathering, the ThrillerFest XIV, America’s premier annual conference for international thriller writers. SBA was one of the main sponsors of the event held in New York City.
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EXPERIENCE HOLLYWOOD GLAM AT DUBAI’S MOST FASHIONABLE HOTEL
Dubai, July 16 2019: Palazzo Versace Dubai has recently launched Q’scation – an exhilarating staycation that oozes Hollywood glam, consisting of an overnight stay with breakfast included, a delectable dining experience at Enigma, followed by drinks and bites at Q’s Bar & Lounge where Brenna Whitaker has been raising the roof and belting out her own kind of delicious jazz.
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‘Sharjah Week’ Unveils in St. Petersburg Today (Wednesday)
Emirate’s achievements in culture, tourism and commerce will be showcased at the St. Petersburg Museum, July 17–23
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Trading Enterprises – Honda makes dreams a reality this Summer
Up to 12,000 Dirhams saving when buying a new Honda car
Dubai, July 16, 2019: This summer is the perfect time for all Honda lovers to fulfil their dream of owning a new Honda vehicle as Trading Enterprises – Honda introduces its “Summer Dreams” promotion allowing customers to save up to AED 12,000 when buying a new car.
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Dubai-based AAA Associates expands operations in to the Caribbean to serve growing number of migrants
AAA Associates becomes the first Gulf-based immigration advisory to open an office in the Caribbean to serve a growing number of immigrants seeking a second passport
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