- Twenty five
arrests at a weekend protest at Washington Square Park preceded
Occupy Wall Street events set for the first anniversary today.
- U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice
said the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi began
with a spontaneous protest set off by an anti-Islamic film, while
Libya blamed foreign extremists after making 50 arrests related to
- Americans were
urged to leave Tunisia and anti-American protests turned
violent in Australia. Police and anti-American protesters
clashed outside the U.S. embassy in Indonesia and the U.S.
embassy in Bangkok was
closed ahead of a planned protest.
- Benjamin Netanyahu
says Iran is six, seven months from being able to build a
nuclear bomb and wants a red line from the United States.
- Anti-Japanese protests were
held across China, with some turning violent. The Chinese
movie uninhabited but possibly resource rich islands both
- The Chicago Teachers Union voted
against ending the strike over the weekend and will vote again
Tuesday, with classes unlikely to resume before Wednesday at the
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