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The “Occupy Wall Street” movement has struck a chord with people all around the world. The protests have spread across the North America in Mexico and Canada.

The protests have also spread to cities in Europe, Asia and New Zealand.

175 Arrested For Occupy Chicago Protests

Wall Street Protesters Eye Diversity As Movement Grows

The New York Daily News reports:

Marches began in New Zealand early Saturday; swept into Tokyo, Hong Kong and Manila with the arrival of daylight in Asia; continued in front of old monuments in Europe’s capitals; and then moved across America, Canada and Mexico.

Different crowds in different countries had different grievances, but the protests were united by the phrase “we are the 99%” – who feel the richest 1% own too much and share too little

Read More At The New York Daily News

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