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Scoop Images: A17: Whose Streets? Our Streets!

The A16 and A17 demonstrations have been declared an outstanding success by demonstrators. Massive international coverage of the protests has included hourly coverage on both CNN and BBC for most of the 2 day period.

Notably what violence there was during the action was mainly from police against protestors. Several hundred protestors remain in custody following the action.

The following pictures (from http://indymedia.org depict the upside of the protests… the celebration of the protestors reclaiming the streets.



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Whose Streets? Our Streets!


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Puppets….


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Prayer…


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Peace…

Sign reads:

What if ‘DEBT’
(unlike hunger)
IS ONLY AN IDEA?
SHOULD PEOPLE
REALLY STARVE FOR
THE IDEA OF ‘DEBT’?


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