Covering the Occupy Wall Street Protests

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Dozens of people have been arrested in New York as hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters attempted to march on the New York Stock Exchange. At a rally to mark two months of protest, police blocked streets and protesters massed at junctions on the edge of the city's financial district. Scuffles broke out, with police dragging some protesters away. Protests are planned for cities across the US, two days after police cleared a camp in Zuccotti Park, New York. Marco Werman finds out how foreign correspondents based in the US have been covering the Occupy Wall Street movement for their home audiences.
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