Pakistan Cracks Down On Foreign Religious Students

03/11/2002 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The Pakistani government has announced a plan to expel foreign students studying at religious schools. Under the plan, a foreign student must obtain an official endorsement from his home government to continue studying in Pakistan. More than 35,000 Arab, Afghan and other foreign students study at Pakistan's religious schools, reports say.

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