Upheaval in Egypt leads to relocation of students from Mich.

07/8/2013 | AnnArbor.com (Mich.)

The University of Michigan decided to move a group of its students studying in Egypt amid the rallies and protests occurring as President Mohamed Morsi was removed from office. "No one wants their summer-abroad experience cut short, but the uncertainty of the situation in Cairo in the days ahead made this decision very clear for us," university Vice Provost James Holloway said in a statement. The students are scheduled to finish the program in Morocco.

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