The Ministry of Education issued a decision to suspend 384 foreign students (mostly Jordanians) from Libyan schools in Istanbul, Turkey, after they had verbally and physically assaulted the Monitoring Committee, including the use of white weapons, according to the statement of the ministry.

The resolution provides that the concerned students will be considered as to have failed the exams in all subjects and will be banned from studying in any Libyan educational institution at home or abroad, according to the ministry's Facebook Thursday

The decision also stipulates that the test results of the students punished should not be adopted nor any procedures relating to them, in accordance with the provisions of article 76 of the general education regulations.