'Occupy Wall Street' Protests Surge Overseas

In Rome, clashes exploded as protesters set fires and smashed windows.
2:08 | 10/16/11

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Be occupied Wall Street movement which is move now -- -- -- New York City protesters around the world are showing solidarity with the anti corporate greed demonstrators here in the US but some of those protests have now turned ugly. We have team coverage from New York City and in Europe -- we're gonna start with ABC's -- Hassan in London good morning -- Good morning -- well -- you can hear me in heated protests -- -- behind me that having a meeting now mobilizing themselves. 500 of them spent the night spirit -- was quantity and peaceful atmosphere of more about. Carnival atmosphere here but that certainly wasn't the case and all the cities across here. It was a global day as anger and rage against corporate greed and austerity measures. The most violent demonstrations Muslim. -- is exploded in the shadow of diplomacy and -- Rampage through the streets smashed the windows and set cars on fire. Police responded with tear gas and water cannon house -- burned the protests spread like wildfire it. From Berlin 4000 people like to march to the city's -- -- buildings some scuffles broke out. To Frankfurt where they converged on the European Central Bank. I. To Madrid they have a huge show of force and in London the numbers swelled throughout the day. They were pushed away from the London Stock Exchange -- police. So they took their voices to saint Paul's cathedral. WikiLeaks founder Julian songs was one of them and address the crowd. Movement -- about the destruction. A long day. -- and rocks and football. As night fell the protestors pitched tents and slept wherever they could it under the watchful -- and -- -- -- -- Well let's not talk -- according -- an occupation saying -- loud -- anywhere anytime soon vowing to stay through dissent.

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