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Sunday 26 June
POLICE have arrested and charged four people in relation to the violence on the UPNG campus. Police Minister Robert Atiyafa said most students wanted a return to classes but were prevented from doing so by intoxicated students. “The activities of these remaining few are no longer student issues but law and order issues,” he said. http://news.pngfacts.com/2016/06/four-arrested-over-upng-student-rampage.html#ixzz4CckioO9N
HIGHER Education Minister Malakai Tabar has condemned the actions of students who torched a building and five vehicles at UPNG. “They are behaving like criminals, they are not behaving like students, and the police have been requested to identify and deal with those involved,” he said. http://news.pngfacts.com/2016/06/tabar-condemns-actions-of-students-at.html#ixzz4CclRclEX