Occupy Wall St. Keeps Momentum

    Pedestrians pass by protesters from the Occupy Wall Street demonstration as they walk on Broadway near Zucotti Park in New York, U.S., on Friday, Oct. 7, 2011. Demonstrators from New York City to San Francisco took to the streets to protest what they call a growing wealth disparity between large U.S. corporations and average citizens in the wake of the financial crisis.

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    Occupy Wall Street has held its ground in New York, after Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office announced that a cleanup of the protesters’ home base in Lower Manhattan would be postponed. Meanwhile, a group of students stormed Goldman Sachs’s offices in Milan, Italy on Friday ahead of tomorrow’s international day of occupation, with rallies planned in London, Frankfurt, Washington, and Providence, Rhode Island, among other places. Ten protesters were arrested in Seattle last night, while Denver police arrested at least 23 people camped out in front of Colorado's Capitol.

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