Oman blacklists Jordan's Mutah University
- Jordan: Thursday, October 04 - 2012 at 08:43
Jordan's Mutah University has been blacklisted by the Omani education ministry, following large-scale violence on the campus recently, Times of Oman has reported. The ministry said it was forced to take the decision after some students were attacked while they were participating in an exhibition on the campus. "It's for security issues of our students abroad that we were forced to take such a decision," a ministry official said. "However, this ban will not affect the students who are currently undergoing studies at the university," the official said. Mutah University is popular among the Omani students, with over 1,500 Omani students currently studying in the university.
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