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Curator to face charges of forging KU degree

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¢ Shin Jeong-ah, the South Korean art curatory accused of forging two degrees from Kansas University, will soon be charged with the forgeries, according to the [Korea Herald][1].Authorities have been questioning Shin since she arrived in Seoul Sunday afternoon after two-month period of hiding in the United States. Shin, 35, fled to New York City in July when allegations surfaced that she had forged an undergraduate and master's degree from the University of Kansas and a doctorate from Yale University.¢ KU researchers are among those who found a new breed of bat in the Philippines, according to [Reuters][2].A colourful new breed of flying fox with orange fur and three white stripes on its face has been discovered on the Philippine island of Mindoro, the government said on Sunday.__Flying foxes are a type of fruit bat. They are named flying foxes because of their fox-like heads and reddish fur. [1]: http://www.koreaherald.co.kr/SITE/data/html_dir/2007/09/18/200709180009.asp [2]: http://in.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idINIndia-29565020070916

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