Synopsis of International Events of 2011

The Force of Nature and the Tragedies On March 11, 2011 one of the strongest earthquakes of the last century happened in Japan. The nation was ravaged by a brutal 9 magnitude (on the Richter scale) earthquake, followed by a tsunami with waves of 10 meters high and th...

Thousands of ‘Outraged’ went to West Coast Ports of USA

Last Monday, December 11, members of the movement Occupy Wall Street tried to close the ports in west coast of USA to complaint about the economic inequalities. The demonstrators managed to paralyze several terminals, but they did not fully block the port. Protests affected the...

More than 200 U.S. outraged were arrested

Hundreds of riot police arrived at the camps anti Wall Street early Wednesday and dismantled hundreds of tents located in a park near City Hall in downtown Los Angeles, while another thousand uniformed were blocking the streets. About 250 people were arrested in the U.S. (200 in...
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Miley Cyrus Shows her Mature Side

With only 19 years old, teenage singer Miley Cyrus has demonstrated to have a great awareness on current political, economic and social events. Days ago, Miley lashed out against some followers via Twitter that criticized and mocked her suggesting that she is fat. Miley tweete...
Protesters squatting movement Wall Street staged a revolt in New York

Journalists attacked in Anti Wall Street Riots

Yesterday, American Commission on Human Rights condemned the attacks against journalists during their hedges on Anti Wall Street protest in the United States. The Commission demanded the authorities to protect reporters, due in the last days there were at least five journalists...

“Occupy Wall Street” Protesters Determined to Retake Zucotti Park

Several hundred “Occupy Wall Street” protesters gathered Tuesday in a new public space in lower Manhattan, New York, determined to continue their action after his eviction from the park they had occupied since September 17. “Occupy Wall Street” managed to...

NY Police Clear Zuccotti Park of Protesters

NY Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Tuesday defended his decision to clear the park in Lower Manhattan that was the birthplace of the Occupy Wall Street Movement, saying “health and safety conditions became intolerable” in the park where the protesters had camped out for nearly two...