When I entered high school, I looked forward to greater 'freedom', with less (or maybe none) of the coercion that was such an integral part of life in primary school. Whereas there was less 'monitorin
Following the changes in Iraq after the 2003 invasion, most regions became isolated from one another. especially central Baghdad. Consequently, the Kurdistan regional government in northern Iraq tried
The inhabitants of this region were living in mud-brick houses because of their poor standard of living. Those houses could not endure the floods and turned to desolate fields of dried mud and uproote
There is an old story of how the Moorish kings' servants made rice dishes by mixing the leftovers of royal banquets in large pots to take home. It is said by some that that word paella originates from
"There's a rebel in my house and he thinks I'm the enemy. I feed, clothe, and send him to school, and all I get are his daily scowls more especially when I say his room smells like the toilet and his
Your children have spent most of the year within the walls of their school, studying, revising, and taking exams. Does it really have to be that time of the year, when school breaks up for a long holi
In Turkey, today one can hear a common expression that says: "I am not rich enough to eat baklava and boerek every day", but it is just a saying…now it is everyone's' dessert...
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