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Classes suspended after clashes at Liberia University

After clashes on Monday between protesting students and police, authorities ruled that undergraduate classes at the University of Liberia be suspended indefinitely.

The students were protesting against the university’s decision to cancel in-person classes for online classes, a move they said would curb the spread of coronavirus.

But the students said that the e-learning programme had not been formalised and that the platform it was hosted did not work.

The university has not commented on the allegation.

Local media have been showing images of blood-soaked students being treated at hospitals after Monday’s confrontation.

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The authorities at the university have expressed regret for the injuries and the damage to property.

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