Chaos at home stalls tuition aid for Libyan students in U.S.

Loqman Mohamed, a 28-year-old Libyan student from Benghazi, has been spending his nights scouring the web for the latest on the war ripping apart his homeland, reports the New York Times. Now, he has one more thing to worry about. Like other Libyans studying in the United States, Mr. Mohamed has had his tuition at the English-language school he attends in Denver, and the living expenses for his family here, paid by the government of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi…

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