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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Occupy Lansing

Occupy Lansing Occupy Lansing movement fights against inequality By Julia Nagy On the corner of Grand River Avenue and Divison Street, Jack Taylor reached into his brown satchel to hand out flyers about Occupy Lansing, a movement bringing Occupy Wall … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Occupy Iowa City

Occupy Iowa City Scenes & voices from Occupy Iowa City By Lynda Waddington IOWA CITY — At a table filled with pamphlets, two younger demonstrators explained their reasons for wanting to occupy an Iowa City park to a middle-aged man. … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Occupy Springfield

Occupy Springfield Demonstrators Occupy Springfield Nearly 100 people waved signs and shouted “We are the 99.” by Mary Moloney, Jason Crow Springfield, MO— Saturday, people gathered together for one purpose: to Occupy Springfield. Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Occupy Savannah

Occupy Savannah Occupy Savannah claims Emmet Park for protests By Kenneth Rosen The Occupy movement, a protest representing the “99 percent” who oppose corporate greed and a faulty national democracy, reached Savannah on Sunday with a protest and gathering in … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog #OccupyOZ

#OccupyOZ ‘Occupy Wall Street’ prompts Australian echo by Chris Zappone Could this be the latest US fad to catch on in Australia? Earlier this month, New York police arrested hundreds of demonstrators attempting to occupy Wall Street in a so-called … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Facebook Blocked in Algeria

Facebook Blocked in Algeria Report: Facebook being blocked in Algeria By Joseph Mayton As massive street demonstrations are met with widespread violence in Algeria, the country is reporting that many Facebook accounts have been deleted or blocked by the government, … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Syria Internet Facebook Youtube

Syria Internet Facebook Youtube Syria Renews Direct Access to Facebook, YouTube After Three Years By Janice McDuffee, TMC Copy Editor Syria has loosened its grip on Internet restrictions, allowing users in the country to access Facebook (News – Alert) and YouTube … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Twitter Facebook Blocked in Egypt

Twitter Facebook Blocked in Egypt Egypt on edge as demonstrations turn violent By Sherine El Madany and Yasmine Saleh CAIRO (Reuters) – Police fought with thousands of Egyptians who defied a government ban on Wednesday to protest against President Hosni … Continue reading

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Egyptian Facebook Anti-Government Protests

Egyptian Facebook Anti-Government Protests 3 dead in anti-government protests in Egypt CAIRO — At least three people have died, including a policemen, in violent protests across Egypt on Tuesday as demonstrators called for an end to President Hosni Mubarak’s rule. State … Continue reading

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