Update: 12:50

March 25, 2003

Europe's biggest university stops for the war
The Academic Senate of Rome's La Sapienza University, Europe's largest university with 160,000 students, suspended teaching today for "reflection and debate for academics and students" on the issue of the war in Iraq. The senate expressed "great preoccupation for the war and the hope that the grave international crisis will be resolved rapidly".

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