Bahraini prostesters attacked, Peruvians march against mining, New York students walk out…

    • Bahraini protesters were attacked by government forces on Thursday amidst their 10-day sit-in in Moqsha.
    • At least a thousand Peruvian activists and provincial politicians marched into Lima on Thursday to protest billions of dollars in government-backed mining projects proposed by foreign firms.
    • Hundreds of New York City students walked out of school on Wednesday to protest planned education budget cuts.
    • Thousands of protesters rallied outside Athens Parliament on Tuesday, as the nation held another 24-hour strike against austerity measures.

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