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Occupy Wallstreet demonstration in Stockholm, Sweden
Sweden

Occupy wallstreet protests spread across the world - even smaller Cities like Stockholm capital of Sweden . More then 500 protesters - some of them set up tents close to Stockholm " Financial District"

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Caricate: 19/10/2011
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