Occupy Oakland demonstrations, arrests inject new life into movement
Oakland City Hall is set to reopen after municipal employees worked to clean up damage they said was caused over the weekend by Occupy protesters, about 400 of whom have been arrested following clashes with police in this Northern California city.
January 30, 2012
(CNN) Oakland - The mass arrests, described by police as the largest in city history, appear to have injected new life into the Occupy movement as protesters in a number of American and European cities took to the streets Sunday to express their solidarity with the Occupy Oakland group.
"The Occupy movement will respond, as we have always responded: With an overwhelming show of collective resistance," Occupy Wall Street said in a statement posted on its website.
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