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Tarps, Not Spirits, Sag as Storm Soaks Liberty Square
Occupy Wall Street defies weather, feeds the masses — even “Wall Street capitalists” — as storm buffets the Big Apple
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Tarps, Not Spirits, Sag as Storm Soaks Liberty Square


Occupy Wall Street defies weather, feeds the masses — even “Wall Street capitalists” — as storm buffets the Big Apple

Read the rest here!

Occupy Wall Street Wins Converts, Flummoxes Cops on Global Day of Protest | Occupy Wall Street | Nick Turse
The flat-foots were caught flatfooted as Occupy Wall Street marchers took to the streets of New York City.
Photo credit: Getty Images

Occupy Wall Street Wins Converts, Flummoxes Cops on Global Day of Protest | Occupy Wall Street | Nick Turse

The flat-foots were caught flatfooted as Occupy Wall Street marchers took to the streets of New York City.

Photo credit: Getty Images

 Anti-government protests in Yemen
A Yemeni female  anti-government protester, with colors of Yemen’s national flag painted  on her fingers, flashes the ‘victory sign’ during a demonstration  demanding the ousting of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sana’a,  Yemen, 17 April 2011.
 IMAGE: © YAHYA ARHAB/epa/Corbis

Anti-government protests in Yemen

A Yemeni female anti-government protester, with colors of Yemen’s national flag painted on her fingers, flashes the ‘victory sign’ during a demonstration demanding the ousting of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sana’a, Yemen, 17 April 2011.

IMAGE: © YAHYA ARHAB/epa/Corbis

Stop the presses, literally in Iraq - Al Jazeera English
Attacks by Iraqi security forces on freedom of the press, in the form of  harassment, detention, and assaults on individual journalists, raids of  radio stations, the offices of newspapers and press freedom groups have shown the dark side of prime minister Nuri al-Maliki.
Many journalists have been prevented from covering protests or have  curtailed their reporting in response to brutality, raising the spectre  of a return to the days of Saddam Hussein’s regime when press freedom  was a fiction.
In my latest article for Al Jazeera, I investigate the U.S. military’s role in the oppression including an interview with a U.S. general in Iraq  who praised the very Iraqi units that eyewitnesses have identified as key  players in the crackdown.

Stop the presses, literally in Iraq - Al Jazeera English

Attacks by Iraqi security forces on freedom of the press, in the form of harassment, detention, and assaults on individual journalists, raids of radio stations, the offices of newspapers and press freedom groups have shown the dark side of prime minister Nuri al-Maliki.

Many journalists have been prevented from covering protests or have curtailed their reporting in response to brutality, raising the spectre of a return to the days of Saddam Hussein’s regime when press freedom was a fiction.

In my latest article for Al Jazeera, I investigate the U.S. military’s role in the oppression including an interview with a U.S. general in Iraq who praised the very Iraqi units that eyewitnesses have identified as key players in the crackdown.

"In the Libyan rebel stronghold of Benghazi, tensions are  mounting between conservative reformers, trigger-happy youths and  Gadhafi loyalists. There is growing frustration at the lack of jobs as  companies pulled out of the city. The absence of progress is putting the  revolution at risk." 
(via Libyan Rebel Stronghold: Frustration Mounts on the Streets of Benghazi - SPIEGEL ONLINE)

"In the Libyan rebel stronghold of Benghazi, tensions are mounting between conservative reformers, trigger-happy youths and Gadhafi loyalists. There is growing frustration at the lack of jobs as companies pulled out of the city. The absence of progress is putting the revolution at risk."

(via Libyan Rebel Stronghold: Frustration Mounts on the Streets of Benghazi - SPIEGEL ONLINE)