The University of Athens and several other Greek universities have announced that they can no longer operate because of all the layoffs ordered as parts of various austerity programs in Greece, The Guardian reported. The rector at Athens said that the university simply no longer has the staff to keep its facilities open and its classrooms staffed with instructors.
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