Unrest in Libya hurts students living in Rochester
Abobakr Trabolssi left Libya more than a year ago to earn a master's degree in electrical engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology, but his homeland is now in turmoil - with uncertainty hanging over family members and his stay here.
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#1 May 27, 2011
then let this fool go home to Libya and fight in their stupid war, the RIT won't miss him that much anyway, they have enough foreigners enrolled there..
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