Syracuse Will Bring Students Home From Turkey Early
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Syracuse University announced Monday that it will bring its 20 students in Istanbul, scheduled to return on Sunday, back on Wednesday instead, in light of the unrest in Turkey. Other universities preparing for summer programs in Istanbul have been monitoring the situation there.
The Hürriyet Daily News, meanwhile, reported that some universities in Turkey are postponing final exams because of the protests.
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