Global "day Of Rage" Mostly Peaceful, Rome Clears

Globe and MailGlobal "Day of Rage" mostly peaceful, Rome clearsReuters1 of 26. Demonstrators Victor Fischl (L) and Valentin Weinhold sit outside St Paul's Cathedral in central London October 16, 2011. By Andrew Roche LONDON (Reuters) - The global "Day of Rage" against the world's financial system won some limited ...The Vandals Occupy Rome, Briefly: How a Demonstration Was HijackedTIMERome counts costs of worst street violence in yearsAFPRiot Police Fire Tear Gas at Protesters in RomeABC NewsDetroit Free Press -Financial Timesall 924 news articles »

Senh: That's how most protest should be - peaceful. Let's hope these protests will have positive effect on financial institutions and not just a blip on the map. It probably needs to be continuous and sustained in order for it to have lasting impact on the financial industry.

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