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Wall Street protests go global; riots in Rome | – Reuters



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Wall Street protests go global; riots in Rome |
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1 of 22. Riot police throw tear gas during a demonstration by the 'Indignant' group in Rome October 15, 2011. By Philip Pullella ROME (Reuters) – Anti-capitalist protesters rallied globally on Saturday, denouncing bankers and politicians over the
Occupy Wall Street Protest Culminates With 6000 in Times SquareBusinessWeek
Protesters 'Occupy' Times SquareWall Street Journal
'Occupy' anti-capitalism protests spread around the worldThe Guardian
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Cameron Recruits Ex-US Police Commissioner to Advise on Riots – Bloomberg



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Cameron Recruits Ex-US Police Commissioner to Advise on Riots
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Prime Minister David Cameron has recruited former US police commissioner Bill Bratton to advise the British government on tackling gang culture after widespread rioting ravaged cities and left five people
Police could use US methods to tackle riots here, says 'supercop' Bill BrattonThe Guardian
UK to tackle social problems after riotsReuters
Former New York police chief to advise Britain on gang issuesCNN
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London Riots Prompt Huge Surge in UK Twitter Traffic – PC Magazine



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London Riots Prompt Huge Surge in UK Twitter Traffic
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Not surprisingly, people have been glued to news and social-networking Web sites as the devastating riots unfold in London and other English cities. New stats from Experian Hitwise show a huge surge in Web traffic for the BBC,
London riots: how BlackBerry Messenger played a key roleThe Guardian
London Police Struggle To Master Social Media In Clamping Down On RiotsWall Street Journal (blog)
Is technology to blame for the London riots?BBC News
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UK riots may curb property investment in suburbs – Reuters



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UK riots may curb property investment in suburbs
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LONDON, Aug 10 (Reuters) – Property investors will think twice about pouring money into UK retail assets outside of central London after rioters damaged shops and malls around the country, undermining renewed interest in
The Nation: Solidarity Amid Anarchy In UKNPR
London rioters resent media image of hooded teen thugMontreal Gazette
Hackney riot officer saves terrified dogBBC News
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As Riots Spread Beyond London, Cameron Tries on an Iron Fist – TIME



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As Riots Spread Beyond London, Cameron Tries on an Iron Fist
TIME
By Nick Assinder/London Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011 Looters carry boxes out of a home-cinema shop in central Birmingham, in central England, on Aug. 9, 2011 British Prime Minister David Cameron's leadership is gradually being defined by the riots that
UK riots: More than 1000 arrests strain legal system to the limitThe Guardian
London fights back but violence sweeps other citiesSydney Morning Herald
Police presence halts London riots, but mayhem spreadsCTV.ca
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UK riots: Egyptians swap views online over roots of unrest – The Guardian



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UK riots: Egyptians swap views online over roots of unrest
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Egyptians use their mobiles to record celebrations in Tahrir Square, Cairo, after the toppling of Mubarak this year. Photograph: Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images In Egypt, where burning buildings and running street battles between police and civilians
Egyptian Stocks Fall to Lowest in Two Years on Economic ConcernBloomberg
Egypt Stocks Tumble On Global Recession FearsNPR
Egypt index slides 4.8 pct on global economy fearsReuters
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UK riots: 16000 officers policing London’s streets – BBC News



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UK riots: 16000 officers policing London's streets
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Some 16000 officers will police London's streets in a bid to prevent a fourth night of rioting. The Met Police has cancelled leave and drafted in support from 30 forces. Shops and businesses in some areas are closing early in a bid to avoid the kind of
1 Dead in London as Riots Spread to Other British CitiesVoice of America
London paralyzed by fear, shock as businesses smolderUSA Today
London riots spread as youths rampage, torch businessesLos Angeles Times
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London and UK riots: August 9 morning as it happened – Telegraph.co.uk



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London and UK riots: August 9 morning as it happened
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Coverage from the morning of August 9 of the violence and looting in London and the UK, as Prime Minister David Cameron returned to chair emergency response meeting. By Raf Sanchez, Matthew Holehouse and Amy Willis 15.04 This is the full statement from
No evidence man whose death sparked riots fired on policeToronto Star
UK Riots Add More Gloom To Retail WoeWall Street Journal
Woman flees London mob violenceBBC News
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Social networks help Britons clean up after riots – WAND



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Social networks help Britons clean up after riots
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AP National News Video More>> Sheriff: 3 La. teens arrested, charged in alleged school shooting plot on 1st day of classes. More>> By JILL LAWLESS Associated Press LONDON (AP) – They came to restore their city's good name, armed with brooms.
Social networks help Britons clean up after riotsSanta Cruz Sentinel
Tottenham Riots Fueled by Poverty and Police ResentmentForbes
Musicians Take To London Streets For Mass Clean-Up After RiotsLive4ever
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BlackBerry hacked after offer to aid police in London riots – msnbc.com



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BlackBerry hacked after offer to aid police in London riots
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Facebook, iPhone, Twitter and Wii. Technology evolves at the speed of light. Msnbc.com's tech reporters and editors look at the gadgets, games and innovations changing our world. By Rosa Golijan The official BlackBerry blog appears to have been hacked
Londoners Take to Social Media Outlets During and After the RiotsPCWorld
UK police to track down BlackBerry riotersHindustan Times
UK to track down Blackberry, Facebook riotersTimes of India
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