Protesters to rally worldwide against greedy rich

By REUTERS
October 15, 2011 03:10

 
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MILAN - Protesters worldwide geared up for a cry of rage on Saturday against bankers, financiers and politicians they accuse of ruining global economies and condemning millions to poverty and hardship through greed.

Galvanised by the past month's Occupy Wall Street movement, they plan to take to the streets from New Zealand to Alaska in cities from London, Frankfurt to New York itself.

Riot police prepared for any trouble -- cities such as London and Athens have seen violent confrontations this year -- but it was impossible to say how many people would actually turn out despite a rallying call across social media websites.

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