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I just cannot find anywhere that says there is 200,000?
In Italy's capital up to 200,000 protesters took to the streets.
The demonstration against the government’s economic policy, with a crowd estimated at 200,000, descended into violent chaos when groups of angry protesters set cars on fire, smashed windows and attacked shops.
There have been violent clashes between protesters and riot police in Rome where 200,000 people have taken to the streets to protest about the state of the country's economy.
In Rome, 200,000 protesters took to the streets, where shop windows were smashed and cars set on fire as groups of anarchists belonging to the famed 'Black Bloc' movement took over and clashed with police.
Originally posted by MegasAlexandros
There are over 200,000 protesters currently on the streets of Rome, coinciding with global protests occurring as of now. Link to live feed is here: rt.com...
Originally posted by Unvarnished
reply to post by MegasAlexandros
I am glad to see that the entire world is waking up and saying no to these big corporations. I hope it gains momentum to the point where we will see some sort of definitive change taking place. Lol
Originally posted by Jordan River
No, in all seriousness Rome receives a lot of money. The church is a billion dollar organization. On top of that you have South italy with the lack of industrial manufacturing and indeaqute land. They seem to be the North and south korea of the western world