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A photo of the dean of one of Greece’s top universities being humiliated by a group of self-styled anti-establishment protesters has caused outrage in the academic community and resulted in calls for action to protect higher education establishments.
On Thursday, a group of about fifteen individuals broke into the dean’s office at the Athens University of Economics and Business and vandalised the premises with paint. They later published a photo of the dean seated at his desk with a cardboard sign h...
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