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How did the foreign press cover Occupy Dame Street camp's removal?

Gallery: Check out the headlines the camp’s forced dismantling created in Britain, the US – and Egypt.

THE FORCED DISMANTLING of the Occupy Dame Street protest camp early yesterday morning generated headlines abroad – though most of the international coverage was closer to home.

The BBC, the Guardian, the Huffington Post and Irish Central all ran pieces on the incident.

However, outside the US and Britain, only one other news site appears to have covered yesterday’s events: Egypt’s English-language Ahram Online.

Check out how those organisations covered the Occupy Dame Street camp removal:

How did the foreign press cover Occupy Dame Street camp's removal?
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  • MSN

  • The Huffington Post

  • Ahram Online

  • Irish Central

  • The BBC

  • The Guardian

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