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    50 Occupy Protesters Arrested in NYC

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    Fifty people were arrested Saturday in Zuccotti Park in New York, as Occupy Wall Street protesters marked the three-month anniversary of the movement. Hundreds of protesters marched on Duarte Square at the corner of Canal Street and Avenue of the Americas, and then around 50 tried to scale a fence leading to Trinity Church. The square is owned by Trinity Wall Street Episcopalian church, which has offered support to the movement in the past, but recently denied protesters access to the square. So far, at least one protester has been arrested attempting to scale the square’s fence to get inside.

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