Charles Darwin’s ‘Stolen’ Notebooks Returned to Cambridge University Library After 22 Years

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The two priceless notebooks belonging to Charles Darwin have mysteriously returned to the Cambridge University library after they disappeared 22 years ago. The leather-bound notebooks worth millions of pounds returned in a bright pink gift bag left on the floor …

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US Colleges Cut Partnerships, Financial Ties with Russia

Colleges across the United States have started pulling out students from study abroad programs in Russia, ending research partnerships and cutting financial ties following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. At the same time, colleges have promised to support Russian students …

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Vietnam Stepping Up Defense Ties With Azerbaijan

Vietnam Deputy Minister of National Defense Sen. Lieut. Gen. Hoang Xuan Chien said that relations between his country and Azerbaijan have reached a new high, where the two sides particularly stepped up defense ties. Chien made the remarks during a …

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Afghan Women Protest For Rights to Education, Job

Several women held protests in Kabul to demand their right to learn and seek employment under Taliban rule. Some protesters also criticized the international community’s silence on the current situations of the Afghan women after the Taliban denied them their …

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Afghan Women Protest For Rights to Education, Job

Several women held protests in Kabul to demand their right to learn and seek employment under Taliban rule. Some protesters also criticized the international community’s silence on the current situations of the Afghan women after the Taliban denied them their …

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Afghan Women Can Study in Gender-Segregated University Classrooms, Taliban Says

The Taliban announced that women in Afghanistan will only be allowed to study in universities if the classrooms are gender-segregated. “We will not allow boys and girls to study together. We will not allow co-education,” Taliban’s Higher Education Minister Abdul …

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Retail Company Target to Offer Debt-Free Education to Over 340,000 Employees

Retail company Target is launching a new debt-free education assistance program for over 340,000 of its full-time and part-time employees in the United States. Target announced on Aug. 4 that it will pay the cost of tuition fees and textbooks …

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U.S. Department of Education Cancels $500 Million of Student Debt for Defrauded Borrowers

The US Department of Education announced on June 16 that it approved the cancellation of about $500 million worth of federal student loans for 18,000 borrowers who attended the non defunct for-profit ITT Technical Institute. ITT Technical Institute, which closed …

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Community College Market Expected to Grow Nearly $20 Billion by 2025

An A.I. marketing site called ReportLinker predicts an $18 billion increase in the community college market during 2021-2025 in a holistic market analysis published Thursday. The report identified the rise in online classes as the driving force behind community college …

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