Occupy protests jump continent and spread to Germany

Inspired by movements in US, thousands turn up to speak up against unfair concentration of wealth
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A woman with protest buttons stands among people demonstrating against the world financial system (Getty Images)
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A man wearing an Anonymous mask joins demonstors protesting against the world financial system during a march on November 12, 2011 in Berlin, Germany (Getty Images)
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Inspired by the 'Occupy Wall Street' protests in the USA, similar protests have been taking place across Germany, especially in Berlin and Frankfurt, for weeks (Getty Images)
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Demonstrators protesting against the world financial system hastily set up tents on a street near the Brandenburg Gate (Getty Images)
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A man wears a button that reads: 'Gambler Bank - No Thanks!' (Getty Images)
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Demonstrators protesting against the world financial system walk past the Reichstag during a march on November 12, 2011 in Berlin, Germany (Getty Images)
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Demonstrators protesting against the world financial system wear signs that read: 'Break Up The Big Banks, Redistribute Wealth!' (Getty Images)
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A man lets soap bubbles fly in front of the Reichstag (Getty Images)
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The protest movements around the world have voiced opposition to what the demonstrators see as an unfair concentration of wealth (Getty Images)