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More than 60 Cork University Hospital staff asked to self-isolate
More than 60 staff at a hospital in the Irish city of Cork were asked on Friday to self-isolate after the country's first community transmission of coronavirus was found there, an Irish health official was quoted as saying.
University students uncover neolithic site in India
It was a rare experience for students of University of Madras when they uncovered ‘neolithic ash mounds’ at an archeological excavation at Valasai, near Modikuppam in Gudiyatham in Tamil Nadu, India.
Mauritanian university adds Persian language to its curriculum
Mauritania’s Ministry of Education is introducing the Persian language into the curriculum of the University of Nouakchott Al Aasriya as of next semester as per an agreement with its Iranian counterpart.
Chilean protesters burn university, loot church
Tens of thousands took to the streets in Santiago in a fresh day of anti-government protests. The local university was set ablaze and a church was looted, with religious iconography burned in the street.
Bangladesh university suspends student after finding out she is Rohingya
A university in Bangladesh has suspended a female student following media reports that she belongs to the persecuted Rohingya community from neighboring Myanmar.
Eight killed in bomb blast outside Kabul University
At least eight people have been killed and 33 others injured in a bomb blast near a gate to the campus of Kabul University in the Afghan capital.
Iran condemns deadly terrorist attacks in Afghanistan
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi on Friday condemned deadly terrorist attacks in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul and Kandahar city.
Imam Khomeini Int’l University cooperates with French education center
The dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Development of Imam Khomeini International University emphasized that this faculty, in collaboration with the Malacca High School of Paris, will hold the summer school based on traditional Qazvin gardens.
University of Toledo biologists search rivers for grass carp
University biologists in Ohio, the US, are scouring streams following tests that confirmed larvae from the invasive Asian grass carp were found for the first time in the Great Lakes watershed.
NMU science program seeks expansion
A science-based program at Northern Michigan University has grown from having no students three semesters ago to 230 students this fall.
University friends: By chance or by design?
Students often end up making lifelong friendships with the fellow "freshers" they find themselves placed next to in their accommodation – but what determines who lives alongside each other?
Hungarian university faces final deadline
A university in Hungary, created to foster democracy in post-communist central Europe, seems about to be pushed over the border into Austria.
British university given £1m bailout from watchdog
A UK university had to be given an emergency loan of almost £1 million by the higher education watchdog to stay afloat this autumn.
London-based university stops making unconditional offers
A London university said it is stopping making unconditional offers to would-be students, to ensure it maintains its entry standards.

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