The University of St. Andrews, in Scotland, has started a review of the funding that Syrian authorities provided for a Syrian studies center at the university, The Guardian reported. The ties have attracted attention amid the crackdown by Syria's government on pro-democracy protests in the country. The Guardian noted that the advisory board for the St. Andrews center includes people associated with Syria's government.
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