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Concerns raised over moves to ‘mute’ students’ union and potential for far-Right figures on university boards
The new US ambassador to the Netherlands has been caught out on Dutch television after a journalist quizzed him about comments he had made about Islamic extremism in the country.
During this holiday season, Northwestern College's Bridgeview Campus (7725 S. Harlem Avenue) held a food drive to assist its own students in need.
Concept may have been the most ambitious plan by a foreign university to build a branch campus in the U.S.
A University of Oxford project that rejects the blanket assertion that imperialism is “wicked” has attracted widespread criticism.
When U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry signed a memorandum of understanding with Saudi Arabia recently to collaborate on technologies to reduce emissions in the kingdom, it was just the latest of many initiatives making the Middle East an attractive place to do green business — with a cautious approach.
Facebook is changing the way it identifies false and misleading news on the social network.
The UN General Assembly has decisively backed a resolution effectively calling on the US to withdraw its recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
On Tuesday, China announced further details of its forthcoming national emissions trading scheme (ETS), revealing the rollout will start in the energy sector before full implementation from 2020 onwards.