>> Harvard University administrators have said they searched emails of deans as part of an investigation into a leak of a student cheating scandal. Over 120 students were implicated for cheating on an exam in an introductory government class last spring.
>> The Zocalo newspaper group, which publishes dailies in northern Mexico, has stopped reporting on organised crime because “there are no guarantees or security for the full exercise of journalism.” “Coverage of drug cartels and other organised crime groups is ending because the company has a responsibility to watch out for the safety of more than 1,000 employees and their families,” Zocalo said in an editorial.
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