The Hungarian parliament has given the green light to legislation that could mean the closure of a popular foreign university campus.
The country is exerting tighter regulation over its foreign seats of higher education, and now requires that they must have a campus in their country of origin.
The Central European University in Budapest is the only institution to fall foul of the new regulations. It is registered in New York, but has no single country of origin.
There have already been protests to save the university involving thousands of demonstrators circling the CEU building. Activists say they are prepared to extend their protest further into the city until the law is repealed.
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