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article imageArrests made at Occupy Wall Street, International media watching

By KJ Mullins     Sep 25, 2011 in World
New York - The International Press is starting to watch the activity by a group of young, peaceful protesters in the Wall Street area of New York City even if the United States press is not widely reporting the event. Arrests are also being reported from the area.
ABC News is one of the few United States media networks that has begun to report on the Occupy Wall Street movement. These reports come after a week long peaceful stand protesting the corporate giants that protesters say are harming the 99 percent of Americans suffering from economic struggles.
New York: The 99% of Americans who have seen economic situation stagnate for decades  and who bear t...
New York: The 99% of Americans who have seen economic situation stagnate for decades, and who bear the brunt of the current recession want to reclaim control over their economy and politics
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On Saturday police arrested about 80 people for minor infractions like disorderly conduct and disturbing traffic flow.
The occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan
The occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan
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Al Jazeera, India Times and the BBC are just a few of the International press that have reported on what is happening in the heart of the United States' banking center. Canada is following the United States lead for the most part and not reporting on the movement.
The occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan: Thousands took to the streets in New York
The occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan: Thousands took to the streets in New York
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Videos on YouTube are showing police shoving protesters and using a large orange net to herd them away.
On the eighth day of the occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan  thousands took to the st...
On the eighth day of the occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan, thousands took to the streets. Their message: the 99% of Americans who have seen economic situation stagnate for decades, and who bear the brunt of the current recession must reclaim control over their economy and politics. The march briefly visited Wall Street before heading through well-trafficked prats of lower Manhattan: Tribeca, SoHo, Washington Square and Union Square. Police efforts to contain the march were evade
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The protesters started their encampment on September 17 gathering in Bowling Green Park in Manhattan.
On the eighth day of the occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan  thousands took to the st...
On the eighth day of the occupation at Liberty Plaza in downtown Manhattan, thousands took to the streets. Their message: the 99% of Americans who have seen economic situation stagnate for decades, and who bear the brunt of the current recession must reclaim control over their economy and politics
Carwil
Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
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RT.com and Digital Journal has questioned why the protest has remained by United States media. Commenters from Facebook on the Digital Journal story have said responded that the corporations being protested own the media. Lisa Meintzinger commented that while she has seen coverage about the new Facebook changes in the news she had not seen coverage of the protest as of yesterday and that she watches the news every morning.
Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
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Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
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Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
Saturday in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street Protest
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