Cameron during a meeting with Emirati students at the Zayed University in Abu Dhabi.
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The United Arab Emirates has expelled eight Kuwaiti students from two universities for forming a union, collecting donations and holding unauthorized meetings, an higher education official said.Kuwait's Alrai newspaper speculated that the students were expelled due to suspected links to the Muslim Brotherhood which is banned in the UAE.It is not clear if the students will have to leave the UAE which, along with Kuwait, is a member of the Gulf Cooperation Council which grants GCC citizens unlimited residency in one another's country.
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