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Occupy Melbourne News Update of the Day: Though Occupy protesters in Melbourne were able to successfully skirt the city's anti-Occupy ban on camping by wearing their tents, the clever subterfuge was short-lived.

This morning, police told protesters they could no longer walk around Flagstaff Gardens dressed as tents, and would be given "reasonable time" to put on clothes

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Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: Just under 350 people were arrested in twin raids on Occupy encampments last night.

In Los Angeles, more than 1,400 LAPD officers dismantled the Occupy LA encampment that had been set up on the south lawn of Los Angeles City Hall since early October.

Some 290 people who refused police orders to evacuate were arrested

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NYPD Civil Disorder Guidelines of the Day: An unidentified Occupy Wall Street protester claims they managed to score this list of civil disorder guidelines from the back of an NYPD van after being arrested.

Nothing particularly scandalous here; most of these are very reasonable and straightforward. Indeed, it seems the only real problem with many o

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Controversial Claim of the Day: Jennifer Fox, the pregnant protester who was pepper-sprayed along with 84-year-old Dorli Rainey during last week's Occupy Seattle march, has reportedly miscarried.

The 19-year-old homeless woman, who says she was three months pregnant, penned an email to local blogger Ian Awesome with the terrible news.

"It hurts,"

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Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: A powerful scene unfolded yesterday at UC Davis, where hundreds students gathered outside the on-campus site of a press conference held by chancellor Linda Katehi in the wake of Friday's controversial pepper-spraying incident.

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Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: Brandon Watts, who was bloodied by NYPD officers during this week's Day of Action after allegedly stealing a policeman's hat, was photographed holding up his now-iconic photo while looking much better.

Watts, who was one of the first people to pitch a tent in Zuccotti Park, <

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