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  •  - Occupiers of "Villa Amalia" acknowledge supporters as they are escorted into a police bus in Athens

    Occupiers of "Villa Amalia" acknowledge supporters as they are escorted into a police bus in Athens

    Posted: 1/9/2013 11:04:57 AM EST
    Occupiers of "Villa Amalia" acknowledge supporters as they are escorted into a police bus in Athens January 9, 2013. REUTERS/John Kolesidis
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              In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, a titi monkey peeks through a wall at the home of the Aguero and Romero family in the Carro Cue settlement near Curuguaty, Paraguay. The family's son De Los

    In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, a titi monkey peeks through a wall at the home of the Aguero and Romero family in the Carro Cue settlement near Curuguaty, Paraguay. The family's son De Los

    Posted: 12/5/2012 3:53:41 PM EST
    In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, a titi monkey peeks through a wall at the home of the Aguero and Romero family in the Carro Cue settlement near Curuguaty, Paraguay. The family's son De Los Santos was killed and daughter Lucia was imprisoned during the “Massacre of Curuguaty” on June 15 when negotiations between farmers occupying a rich politician's land ended with a barrage of bullets that killed 11 farmers and 6 police officers. Most of the occupiers came from Yby Pyta, or “Red Dirt” in the native Guarani, a settlement of wooden shacks that runs along the asphalt highway that carries soy to Brazil. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
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              In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, a titi monkey peeks through a wall at the home of the Aguero and Romero family in the Carro Cue settlement near Curuguaty, Paraguay. The family's son De Los

    In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, a titi monkey peeks through a wall at the home of the Aguero and Romero family in the Carro Cue settlement near Curuguaty, Paraguay. The family's son De Los

    Posted: 12/5/2012 3:03:27 PM EST
    In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, a titi monkey peeks through a wall at the home of the Aguero and Romero family in the Carro Cue settlement near Curuguaty, Paraguay. The family's son De Los Santos was killed and daughter Lucia was imprisoned during the “Massacre of Curuguaty” on June 15 when negotiations between farmers occupying a rich politician's land ended with a barrage of bullets that killed 11 farmers and 6 police officers. Most of the occupiers came from Yby Pyta, or “Red Dirt” in the native Guarani, a settlement of wooden shacks that runs along the asphalt highway that carries soy to Brazil. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
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              Ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists march carrying the Russian Empire's black-yellow-white flags to mark National Unity Day, on the outskirts of Moscow, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012.

    Ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists march carrying the Russian Empire's black-yellow-white flags to mark National Unity Day, on the outskirts of Moscow, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012.

    Posted: 11/4/2012 1:23:28 PM EST
    Ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists march carrying the Russian Empire's black-yellow-white flags to mark National Unity Day, on the outskirts of Moscow, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. Chanting "Russia for Russians" and "Migrants today, occupiers tomorrow," about 6,000 people, mostly young men, marched through a working-class neighborhood on the outskirts of the capital, while police stood shoulder to shoulder along the street, which was blocked to traffic. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
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              Ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists cover their faces after a smoke bomb was set off, as they march to mark National Unity Day, on the outskirts of Moscow, on Sunday, Nov. 4,

    Ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists cover their faces after a smoke bomb was set off, as they march to mark National Unity Day, on the outskirts of Moscow, on Sunday, Nov. 4,

    Posted: 11/4/2012 1:23:28 PM EST
    Ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists cover their faces after a smoke bomb was set off, as they march to mark National Unity Day, on the outskirts of Moscow, on Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. Chanting "Russia for Russians" and "Migrants today, occupiers tomorrow," about 6,000 people, mostly young men, marched through a working-class neighborhood on the outskirts of the capital, while police stood shoulder to shoulder along streets blocked to traffic. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
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              A woman with a placard reading "I'm not a fascist, I'm not a nationalist, I defend my home!" watches ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists march to mark National Unity Day, in M

    A woman with a placard reading "I'm not a fascist, I'm not a nationalist, I defend my home!" watches ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists march to mark National Unity Day, in M

    Posted: 11/4/2012 1:23:28 PM EST
    A woman with a placard reading "I'm not a fascist, I'm not a nationalist, I defend my home!" watches ultra nationalist demonstrators and activists march to mark National Unity Day, in Moscow, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. Chanting "Russia for Russians" and "Migrants today, occupiers tomorrow," about 6,000 people, mostly young men, marched through a working-class neighborhood on the outskirts of the capital, while police stood shoulder to shoulder along streets blocked to traffic. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
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              FILE - In this undated file photo from 1979, a former inmate of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland sometime in 1979, gazes down at ruins of gas chambers where hun

    FILE - In this undated file photo from 1979, a former inmate of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland sometime in 1979, gazes down at ruins of gas chambers where hun

    Posted: 10/22/2012 12:08:38 PM EST
    FILE - In this undated file photo from 1979, a former inmate of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland sometime in 1979, gazes down at ruins of gas chambers where hundreds of people were exterminated during World War II. The oldest known survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp, a teacher who gave lessons in defiance of his native Poland's Nazi occupiers has died at the age of 108, an official said Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. Antoni Dobrowolski died Sunday in the northwestern Polish town of Debno, according to Jaroslaw Mensfelt, a spokesman at the Auschwitz-Birkenau state museum. (AP Photo/Horst Faas, File)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:34:12 AM EST
    Thousands of demonstrators, including Occupy Wall Street activists, participate in the May Day march through downtown Manhattan, New York in this May 1, 2012 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Adrees Latif/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:32:44 AM EST
    Members from the Occupy Wall Street movement drum as they march down Broadway during a May Day demonstration in New York, in this May 1, 2012 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:19:50 AM EST
    Members of the "Occupy Wall Street" movement clean up the encampment in Zuccotti Park in New York, in this November 14, 2011 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:18:14 AM EST
    Protesters sit on the road in plastic handcuffs after being arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge during an Occupy Wall Street march in New York in this October 1, 2011 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Protestors paint a 99% slogan on the street during May Day demonstrations in San Francisco

    Protestors paint a 99% slogan on the street during May Day demonstrations in San Francisco

    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:15:08 AM EST
    Protestors paint a 99% slogan on the street during May Day demonstrations in San Francisco, California in this May 1, 2012 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:12:11 AM EST
    A woman participating in an Occupy Wall Street protest rally is arrested on the steps of Federal Hall on Wall Street across from the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this April 13, 2012 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Keith Bedford/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:10:27 AM EST
    Roshan Bliss, who says he has a debt of $50,000 in school loans, attends an Occupy Denver demonstration in Denver, Colorado to celebrate the two-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street in this November 17, 2011 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Nathan W. Armes/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/7/2012 9:09:03 AM EST
    Occupy Wall Street movement activist Jeremy Deheart is arrested by police during a march through downtown Manhattan, New York in this May 1, 2012 file photograph. More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street stormed the global stage, decrying economic inequality and coining the phrase "We are the 99%," the movement appears to be losing steam. Donations to the flagship New York chapter have slowed to a trickle. Polls show that public support is rapidly waning. Media attention has dropped precipitously. Violent clashes with police and alleged domestic terror plots have put Occupiers on a recurring collision course with law enforcement. Even Occupy's social media popularity - a key indicator of the strength of such a youthful movement - has fizzled since its zenith last fall. To go with Insight USA-OCCUPYWALLSTREET/ REUTERS/Adrees Latif/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
  •  - Soldiers salute Myanmar's army chief General Min Aung Hlaing during a parade to mark 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    Soldiers salute Myanmar's army chief General Min Aung Hlaing during a parade to mark 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    Posted: 3/27/2012 3:33:48 AM EST
    Soldiers salute Myanmar's army chief General Min Aung Hlaing during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw March 27, 2012. The event commemorates the Burmese army's rising up against Japanese occupiers in 1945. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
  •  - A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    Posted: 3/27/2012 3:14:40 AM EST
    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw March 27, 2012. The event commemorates the Burmese army's rising up against Japanese occupiers in 1945. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
  •  - A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    Posted: 3/27/2012 3:13:59 AM EST
    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw March 27, 2012. The event commemorates the Burmese army's rising up against Japanese occupiers in 1945. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
  •  - A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    Posted: 3/27/2012 3:13:35 AM EST
    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw March 27, 2012. The event commemorates the Burmese army's rising up against Japanese occupiers in 1945. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
  •  - A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw

    Posted: 3/27/2012 3:12:38 AM EST
    A guard of honour march during a parade to mark the 67th anniversary of Armed Forces Day in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw March 27, 2012. The event commemorates the Burmese army's rising up against Japanese occupiers in 1945. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)