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Ex-Assad spokesman now adjunct professor at Rutgers University

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
A former Syrian diplomat who represented the regime of President Bashar Assad during the country's tumultuous civil war has landed a teaching job at Rutgers University in New Jersey, sparking outrage from human rights groups.
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News video: Outrage Over Rutgers Professor Who Worked For Syrian Dictator

Outrage Over Rutgers Professor Who Worked For Syrian Dictator 01:55

On the Rutgers University website, the biography for Mazen Adi mentions his impressive credentials, including 16 years as a career diplomat. It fails to mention who he worked for. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.

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