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MIT CHIEF DECRIES KHASHOGGI KILLING BUT WON’T CUT SAUDI TIES

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology says it condemns Saudi Arabia for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and for other “brutal human rights violations,” but the school’s president said Wednesday he has no plans to cut ties with the kingdom.

Since Khashoggi’s killing last October, the school has faced sharp criticism over its close relationship with Saudi Arabia, including

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