Spanish University Chief Accused of Plagiarism

December 19, 2016

The leader of a Spanish university has been accused of repeated plagiarism, the BBC reported. Fernando Suarez, the head of Madrid's King Juan Carlos University, has left his position on a commission of Spanish university chancellors as a result of the allegations. Suarez has said he is a victim of defamation and harassment.

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