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Student Protests Energize Mexico’s Election Campaign
MEXICO CITY - The "Occupy" movement has spread to Mexico, where thousands of university students have taken to the streets, bringing fresh air to a superficial and flat election campaign and forcing political parties to pay attention to a long-ignored segment of the population. "Our movement is...
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Anti-Wall Street Protesters Upstage Morgan Stanley
Activists hit mega-bank's annual meeting to demand answers
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Spanish Anger at Austerity Spills Into the Streets
Tens of thousands of Spaniards fed up with the economic misery caused by austerity measures and waving banners against bankers marched this weekend to mark the first anniversary of the grassroots "Indignados" movement that has sparked similar protests around the world. Police arrested 18 people in...
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Justice Now! Spain's Indignados to Retake the Streets
Spain's " indignados " will be hitting the streets this weekend in the tens of thousands to mark their one-year anniversary with renewed calls for economic justice. “We need to take back all the wealth and redistribute it fairly,” Aitor, a member of Real Democracy Now ( Democracia Real Ya ), which...
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Thousands of Protesters Descend on Bank of America Meeting
Several arrested at Bank of America protest, now heading for stadium
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#NoWay: Twitter Rebukes Prosecutors for Subpoena of Occupy Messages
Social media giant steps in to defend occupy protester against NY prosecutors
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Provocateur Unmasked: The FBI's Cleveland Bridge Bomb Plot Informant
Shaquille Azir, 39, was indicted twice during FBI Occupy Cleveland sting operation
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Media Get Bored With Occupy—and Inequality
Class issues fade along with protest coverage
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Strike Back: US Workers, Students Reclaim May Day
NEW YORK - Tens of thousands of people took to the streets here and around the United States Tuesday calling for an end to what they described as the mounting and corrosive influence of money in politics. "Why let over 18 million homes stand empty when there are three million people without homes...
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NYC City Councilors Sue NYPD Over Occupy Wall Street Abuses
The City of New York, the New York Police Department, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and several large corporations including JPMorgan Chase have repeatedly violated the constitutional rights of Occupy Wall Street protesters, according to a wide-ranging federal lawsuit filed on Monday...
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