06 mai 2016

Universities in Pakistan on high alert due to terror threat

LogoFour universities in the Pakistani capital have received terror threat. According to the Ministry of Interior, security on Wednesday has been tightened around the universities.
The National University of Modern Languages (NUML), National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Quaid-e-Azam University and Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) were on high alert. More...

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24 avril 2016

Middle Eastern Students Ask, Is Idaho State Safe?

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. Crimes reported against Kuwaiti and Saudi Arabian students have the university reeling. Read more...

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Study Abroad and Terror

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. Recent attacks in Europe have targeted the most popular region for American study abroad students -- and the one traditionally perceived as safe. Read more...

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14 avril 2016

Message from EI General Secretary in Brussels

By Michael Evans. Brussels is slowly recovering from the horrific attacks of 22 March. The current death toll is 31, with 300 people injured of whom 70 critically. We re-opened our office today determined not to allow acts of terrorism to disturb our daily operations, or to change our ways of life and work. We are relieved that all EI staff remained unharmed. But the attacks on our city have affected all of us. Some of us have friends among the victims or know people who were injured. More...

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Universities have an important role in terrorism debates (Advocate 23 01)

By Michael Evans. Australian universities should be spaces where hysteria around terrorism makes way for discussion and debate, however unpopular, said Queensland civil rights lawyer Terry O’Gorman when presenting the fifth annual NTEU Lecture at Griffith University in November 2015. More...

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13 avril 2016

Un américain, blessé à Bruxelles, a également survécu aux attentats de Paris et Boston

Par Figaro Etudiant, AFP agence. Mason Wells, jeune missionnaire mormon de 19 ans, blessé lors des explosions à l’aéroport de Zaventem, était également présent lors des attentats du marathon de Boston en 2013 et se trouvait à Paris en novembre. Suite...

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Attentats: les étudiants français à Bruxelles sous le choc

Par Paul de Coustin. Après l’attentat de ce mardi, les écoles et universités bruxelloises ont toutes été évacuées. Les étudiants français à Bruxelles, très nombreux, sont sous le choc. Suite...

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Kenya marks Garissa university massacre anniversary

On 2 April Kenyans commemorated the first anniversary of the terrorist attack that killed 148 people, mostly students, at a university college in Garissa in the country’s worst massacre since 1998, reports AFPMore...

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EUA after the Brussels terror attacks

Two weeks after terrorists attacked the Brussels airport and metro, the EUA staff is still quite shocked and saddened by the events that took place on 22 March 2016 and claimed the lives of so many people. More...

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Brussels attacks: EUA expresses solidarity with victims

The Association would like to express its most heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims. EUA would also like to thank friends and colleagues who have sent messages expressing concern for the Secretariat, which is based in Brussels not far from the location of the metro attack. EUA confirms that all staff members are all well and safe. Finally, EUA would like to draw attention not only to the barbarity of these attacks, but also to the appalling reality that such attacks continue to happen. More...

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