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Clashes in Rome (36 pics)

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Premier Silvio Berlusconi won back-to-back votes of confidence in the Italian parliament Tuesday to survive one of the toughest tests of his political life. But he was left with a razor-thin majority that will make it hard for him to govern effectively. As lawmakers cast their votes, a violent core of anti-Berlusconi protesters outside clashed with police, smashing shop windows, setting cars on fire and hurling firecrackers, eggs and paint.

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№1 Author: amerJD (16 Dec 2010 02:27) Total user comments: 1400


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№2 Author: adzhoe (16 Dec 2010 02:42) Total user comments: 14959


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Wow, if that is happening everywhere and the people are that unhappy, the best option will be for that guy to resign,
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№3 Author: Bakersfield Chimp (16 Dec 2010 03:06) Total user comments: 13


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It won't be too long until this kind of fun stuff happens in the U.S. 78

Probably in the next 6 months, when millions of people lose their unemployment checks.

The U.S. Socialist experiment - not working too well. 72

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№4 Author: robonline (16 Dec 2010 03:44) Total user comments: 3


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"The U.S. Socialist experiment - not working too well."
You are a laugh. It was the U.S. capitalist experiment and the greedy banks that got the world into this.
The U.S. capitalist experiment isn't doing so well, is a lot more accurate.
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№5 Author: DocMcCoy (16 Dec 2010 03:51) Total user comments: 6039


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That's the truth. Capitalist greed is the problem. Just easier to blame the working class.
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№6 Author: Jimmy Johnson (16 Dec 2010 06:55) Total user comments: 5518


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That's what you get for 500 years of slacking off, taking two hour lunches on a 6 hour workday, retiring at 57. Olive oil and wine won't pay your pensions.
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№7 Author: Dust (16 Dec 2010 07:19) Total user comments: 235


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France, England, Italy. Who's next?

My beloved Europe looks crazy...
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№8 Author: compmaster (16 Dec 2010 12:34) Total user comments: 1871


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№9 Author: elunicotomas (16 Dec 2010 14:02) Total user comments: 1680


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here in argentina is the same almost everyday
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№10 Author: mahedi (16 Dec 2010 15:31) Total user comments: 10772


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Nice exercise in Winter 07
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№11 Author: 2fuzzy (16 Dec 2010 16:27) Total user comments: 10400


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He should step down, but I can't see it happening.
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№12 Author: perez (16 Dec 2010 18:45) Total user comments: 757


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IT seems they are get angry 15
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№13 Author: Link was here (16 Dec 2010 19:34) Total user comments: 1329


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It's spreading...
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№14 Author: Lu (16 Dec 2010 20:03) Total user comments: 15082


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It's starting to be a form of every day life, and it is escalating.
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№15 Author: Horas_vs_Set (16 Dec 2010 20:53) Total user comments: 476


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true, this is almost everywhere now.
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№16 Author: yamaz (17 Dec 2010 00:23) Total user comments: 626


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Italy is not crazy while things like this happen... Italy is crazy because has a fucking mafioso thief as Prime Minister. Things like that should happen everyday until people open their eyes.
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№17 Author: utkat (17 Dec 2010 06:21) Total user comments: 29


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A World Gone Wrong :(
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№18 Author: Royal (17 Dec 2010 07:36) Total user comments: 549


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Or a world gone right? Stand up. Be heard. Hell, throw a flaming object at a random building.... FOR POLITICAL CHANGE!

Heh. Riots. Gotta love 'em.
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№19 Author: mortex (20 Dec 2010 02:44) Total user comments: 740


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Jimmy hit the nail on the head :) 04
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№20 Author: raymond.wendt (29 Dec 2010 10:51) Total user comments: 9115


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the carabinieri will win... eventually
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