British universities at risk as international student enrollment takes a plunge

Britain should refrain from imposing additional limitations on international student admissions, or it could risk the viability of some universities, according to a report commissioned by the government, which was released on Tuesday. This warning comes as there has been a significant drop in the number of foreign students enrolling for the upcoming year. The […]

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Ukraine’s military chief admits ‘difficult situation’ in Kharkiv region

Ukraine’s military chief has admitted his forces are facing a “difficult situation” in the northeastern region of Kharkiv, where thousands more people have fled their homes as Russian forces continue to advance. “This week, the situation in the Kharkiv region has significantly worsened,” Oleksandr Syrskii wrote on Telegram on Sunday. “There are ongoing battles in […]

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India: “Every political party committed to ensure PoK returns to India” – Jaishankar

Former Maltese premier Joseph Muscat and current Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne are among dozens of people and companies charged in a hospital privatisation scandal rocking the Mediterranean island nation. Muscat and one of his ex-ministers, Konrad Mizzi, have been charged with accepting bribes, corruption in public office and money laundering, according to documents obtained […]

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