The London School of Economics says it has suspended a study program partly funded by a charity run by the son of Moammar Gadhafi after the "distressing" violence in Libya over the past few days.
The university says that in 2009 it accepted a gift of 1.5 million pounds (2.4 million) from the Gadhafi International Charity and Development Foundation, which is chaired by the Libyan leader's son, Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, an LSE graduate.
The school said the money was used to fund a North African research program, which has now been suspended.
The LSE also said it was reconsidering other links with Libya in light of the "highly distressing" violence there.1
Reconsidering only now ? And before it was a kindly regime ?