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MADRID (AP) — Rectors from about 50 state-run universities across Spain protested Monday that government spending cuts were choking third-level education and would set back the country's recovery. The academic leaders each read out a statement simultaneously saying the university system was under threat and cutbacks in research would lead to an "irreparable deterioration" in the system. Under...

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