Libyan scholarship: Program is chaotic at times

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In late 2011, after he graduated from high school in Benghazi, Ali Elrayes was working for a non-governmental organization helping Libyan refugees from the civil war that had just toppled ex-dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Today, the 21-year-old is studying electrical engineering at Michigan State University where he’s facing a more mundane challenge: Making ends meet.

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