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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

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About 70 people were arrested as officers cleared the park.
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Evicted protesters were joined by supporters at the police perimeter south of Zuccotti Park at Broadway and Pine. After the crowd grew to several dozen, police arrived with helmets and plastic handcuffs.

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Mounted Police blocked off an empty Wall Street before 3 a.m.
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Protesters pass the time at Broadway and Pine streets with a little music
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A common scene in lower manhattan Tuesday morning were small groups of evicted protesters and supporters sitting, waiting, and seeking more information from friends via cell phone.
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Pets were evicted too
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New York City sanitation workers clear the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest from Zuccotti Park in the early morning hours of November 15.
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Anti-Wall Street protesters regroup for breakfast and rest in Foley Square in Lower Manhattan.
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Zuccotti Park cleared after protesters were told to leave temporarily.
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A view of Zuccotti Park Tuesday morning after protesters were told to leave temporarily.
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Protesters regroup in Foley Square after police in riot gear removed them from Zuccotti Park early on November 15.
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Protesters march through Lower Manhattan after they were cleared from Zuccotti Park early Tuesday.
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Protesters marched through the streets of Lower Manhattan.
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Police in riot gear line up outside City Hall.
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Protesters on top of a wall at Canal Street and Sixth Avenue.
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Protesters move to Canal Street and Sixth Avenue
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Police in riot gear guard City Hall
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A brief re-occupation of Zuccotti Park before the city re-closed the park.
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Some protesters move to another site near Canal Street and 6th Avenue.
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Protesters move through a hole in the fence to a new site, which is on private property.
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NYPD show up at the site at Canal Street and 6th Avenue.
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Rev. Ann Kantsfield faces off with NYPD at the Canal Street site.

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