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  • In Spain, groups that became known as the Indignant Movement established the first around-the-clock "occupation" protest camps in cities and towns across the country beginning in May and lasting for weeks.

    Protests Turn Violent in Rome

  • In their place, the so-called Indignant had taken to holding occasional neighborhood assemblies, participating in efforts to impede housing evictions, and, organizing various symbolic acts, like a protest that brought demonstrators from all parts of the country to Madrid on July 23.

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  • Forming a movement called "Indignant", the protesters said they wanted to demonstrate at the influence of powerful financial institutions over policy-making, and the impact of Spain's deepest economic crisis in decades.

    BBC News - Home

  • I am aware that this does not necessarily reflect an overall consensus of approval: I am essentially a non-controversial writer and people who habitually sign themselves 'Indignant' or 'Disgusted' of Walthamstow or wherever, don't read my books in the first place, or if they do, don't find the contents worthy of disparaging comment.

    The Lonely Sea

  • "Indignant" would inquire acidly, in half a page of small type, if the editor happened to be aware that there was no hair-brush in the second room, and only half

    The Gold Bat

  • 'Indignant' Italian women academics fire salvo against 'sexist' Berlusconi LONDON - In the first sign of a public reaction against Silvio Berlusconi, three social sciences academics have urged wives of the world leaders due to attend next month's G8 summit in Italy to boycott the meeting because of the Italian premier's "sexist" and "offensive" attitude to women.

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  • The protest in Rome was one of many rallies taking place around the world as part of an international day of protest inspired by the "Indignant Ones" movement in Spain and the Occupy Wall Street protests in the U.S. Most of the protests were peaceful.

    Protests Turn Violent in Rome

  • Sebastien Pirlet/REUTERS The protest in Rome was part of an international day of protest inspired by the "Indignant Ones" movement in Spain and the Occupy Wall Street protests in the U.S. Protests in Brussels, photo, and most of the cities were peaceful.

    'Occupy' Protests Around the World

  • Indignant, Jane explained that she “did not mind paying taxes” but objected to the fact that she “could not understand how to make out the tax returns.”

    A Covert Affair

  • In Athens, meanwhile, a tent city of the "Indignant" protest movement—a groundswell of anger at the country's impoverishment—sprang up outside parliament.

    Dithering at the Top Turned EU Crisis to Global Threat

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