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Massive Montreal rally supports students, not Bill 78

Montreal - Polls and pundits thought that the recent Quebec student strike movement had lost it's momentum and sympathy in that city. On Tuesday what may have been over 250,000 protesters marched through the metropolis to make their position clear; "Our Streets!"
In the Media by Richard Mccallum

Mexico, Puerto Rico protests lead to clashes with security forces

Oaxaca - Reminiscent of the clashes and demonstrations in the Middle East, students have gone on strike at the University of Puerto Rico and sparked chaos in the process. Meanwhile, police fired tear gas in the colonial city of Oaxaca in Mexico.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

Think tank: Public universities in UK under threat

A religious think tank in the United Kingdom is predicting the end of public universities, after the coalition government voted to allow a huge rise in tuition fees.
In the Media by Andrew John

UK protesters gather in London as MPs debate tuition fees

London - Thousands of students have marched through London and have descended on the streets of Westminster showing their opposition to the coalition government's plans to triple tuition fees.
In the Media by Kev Hedges

Cardiff students continue their protest for a second day

Cardiff - For the second day running, Cardiff students have been occupying a university lecture theatre in the Welsh capital, as part of their campaign of opposing a rise in tuition fees.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 1 comment

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