Libyan students protest outside the country's embassy last month demanding the return of their government-funded scholarship funds.
Peter Mazereeuw Published: Wednesday, 06/03/2015 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Tuesday, 06/09/2015 8:13 pm EDT
Libya’s embassies in Ottawa and Washington will take over the management of a cash-strapped international scholarship program this fall, ending a Canadian non-profit’s five-year stint as the program’s facilitator.
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