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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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The Afghan Scholars at Risk Fund is a joint program founded by the San Jose State University Human Rights Institute and the UC Berkeley Human Rights Center. Its main goal is to help people at risk of suppression after the wake of the Taliban seizing control of Afghanistan.
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The Afghan Scholars at Risk Fund is a joint program founded by the San Jose State University Human Rights Institute and the UC Berkeley Human Rights Center. Its main goal is to help people at risk of suppression after the wake of the Taliban seizing control of Afghanistan.
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Students and community members gathered on Sproul Plaza Monday in a joint march of solidarity for the Afghan and Iranian communities at UC Berkeley, following weeks of demonstrations on campus and in the city of Berkeley.
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Students and community members gathered on Sproul Plaza Monday in a joint march of solidarity for the Afghan and Iranian communities at UC Berkeley, following weeks of demonstrations on campus and in the city of Berkeley.
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More than 500 people attended Berkeley Law’s panel discussing how the United Nations and United States can support Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia.
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More than 500 people attended Berkeley Law’s panel discussing how the United Nations and United States can support Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia.
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The UC Berkeley Library began archiving websites at risk of erasure under Taliban rule Aug. 15, when the Taliban breached the presidential palace.
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The UC Berkeley Library began archiving websites at risk of erasure under Taliban rule Aug. 15, when the Taliban breached the presidential palace.
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As terror in Afghanistan continues to sweep the streets and more Afghans seek refuge, UC Berkeley School of Law has established a pro bono legal support system aimed to help the rising humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
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As terror in Afghanistan continues to sweep the streets and more Afghans seek refuge, UC Berkeley School of Law has established a pro bono legal support system aimed to help the rising humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
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A team of UC Berkeley students, staff, faculty, and scholars has launched a fundraising campaign aimed at helping Afghan scholars flee from their country as the Taliban continues to take control of their country. 
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A team of UC Berkeley students, staff, faculty, and scholars has launched a fundraising campaign aimed at helping Afghan scholars flee from their country as the Taliban continues to take control of their country. 
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Olaseni Bello, a student pursuing his MBA at the Haas School of Business, was awarded a $20,000 scholarship Dec. 17 from the Sallie Mae’s Bridging the Dream Scholarship for Graduate Students.
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Olaseni Bello, a student pursuing his MBA at the Haas School of Business, was awarded a $20,000 scholarship Dec. 17 from the Sallie Mae’s Bridging the Dream Scholarship for Graduate Students.
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It is time to transform economic pressure into economic cooperation and regional integration that can have a boosting effect on the Afghan peace process.
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It is time to transform economic pressure into economic cooperation and regional integration that can have a boosting effect on the Afghan peace process.
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Late U.S. senator John McCain, longtime politician and Vietnam War veteran, died of cancer Saturday — one day after deciding to end all medical treatment. He was 81.
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Late U.S. senator John McCain, longtime politician and Vietnam War veteran, died of cancer Saturday — one day after deciding to end all medical treatment. He was 81.
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“A Thousand Splendid Suns” premiered last year at the American Conservatory Theater — and returns to the theater for a limited two-week run through July 29.
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“A Thousand Splendid Suns” premiered last year at the American Conservatory Theater — and returns to the theater for a limited two-week run through July 29.
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