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December 12, 2011 "Occupy" protesters on the West Coast moved Monday to disrupt ports in Los Angeles, San Francisco and elsewhere. The action fizzled in Los Angeles, but gained traction in Portland and Oakland.
An Occupy protester is arrested early today in Los Angeles as authorities cleared the site near city hall that had been occupied for two months.
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November 30, 2011 More than 200 protesters were arrested early today in Los Angeles. In Philadelphia, about 40 have been arrested so far. In both cities, police used overwhelming numbers to control the situation and few clashes or injuries have been reported.
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Earlier today in Los Angeles: An Occupy LA" protester on the street in front of city hall.
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November 28, 2011 Authorities are looking to move protesters from the site outside city hall where they've been camped.
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