Indignados, the day in real time
Saturday protests in 900 cities worldwide. Guerrilla warfare in Rome
Marches and demonstrations around the world for the "indignados", the movement of young and precarious born five months ago in Spain in the wake of the economic crisis. According to organizers, 952 cities in over 82 countries will be affected by the protest marches in New York, London, Frankfurt, Madrid, Athens, Tel Aviv, Rome and Santiago de Chile, the symbolic city where the protest was far more massive.
18.50 - ROME - Flames being Boiardo
And 'now dark but the flames did not cease. By way of Boiardo, to Via Merulana, hooded thugs burned down a few cars and rubbish bins. Meanwhile, the City ordered the closure of the city's museums.
18.40 - NEW YORK - Started the march. No mess
He kicked off the protest in New York about a thousand people marching toward the Chase Bank, to the sound of trumpets and drums. The area of the bank is guarded by police. The event points the finger at the role of banks in financial crisis and is being held civilly.
18.31 - ROME - attacked a Roman parish
The thugs did not spare even a church, not far from Piazza San Giovanni is the parish of St. Marcellinus and Peter, between Via and Via Labicana Merulana. They tried to break through the door and have destroyed some sacred ornaments of the parish house. At the time of the attack were not faithful.
18:27 - ROME - New quotas in Piazza San Giovanni
Reinforcements arrive for the agents involved in taming the wild hooligans in Piazza San Giovanni. They respond to the tear gas with bottles and stones. All the shops were closed in the area.
18:24 - ROME - In Armored agents except in flames
The officers who were in the middle of the policemen who managed to escape being burned.
18.20 - ROME - Alemanno: "In Rome there is now the worst in Europe"
''In the heat I feel like there is today in Rome the worst in Europe, very dangerous people. It had been months on the web there were indications that they had to come.'' He said the mayor of Rome Gianni Alemanno.
18:14 - ROME - AN ARMORED POLICE IN FLAMES
Armored vehicle on fire in P.za S. John. The provisional budget is about a dozen injured officers and demonstrators: they are admitted to the Umberto I and San Giovanni.
18.03 - ROME - The organizers condemn violence
"Absolute condemnation of violence": Monica Di Sisto Coordination of October 15 has clear voice in denouncing the actions to be implemented by some thugs hundreds of black bloc, but also despair for an event that "had to be peaceful."
18.02 - ROME - The thugs barricaded with piles of directions
The unrest continues: there would be fifteen hours of police armored vehicles lined up in Piazza San Giovanni, where, however, the police can not break through. The thugs are in the meadow in front of the basilica and were armed with poles, road signs.
17:55 - ROME - It is the count of the injured
Several injured in clashes: there would also be one of the thugs who unleashed the discounts, it seems that after being wounded in an eyebrow was raised bodily from other protesters. The protester shot in the hand by the explosion of a firecracker in Via Cavour lost two fingers is a militant of Sel, the party of Nichi Vendola. The maximum reference Cervellini, coordinator of Sel Roman, who adds: "It 'was attacked by a group of hooded and demonstrate peacefully."
Meanwhile, the peaceful protesters shouting "Shame" to the police that they think are not attacking the violent.
17:52 - ROME - continued explosion of firecrackers
Several explosions are felt in the center of the guerrillas, in Piazza San Giovanni: it's firecrackers. Columns of smoke continue to rise. The air becomes unbreathable hooligans and cover nose and mouth with sciarpre and sweaters.
17:42 - ROME - frightened faces of the protesters
The protestors in Piazza San Giovanni is collected under the basilica, some of them are visibly frightened. The agents are struggling to restore order, the thugs do not yield. The armored vehicles are arranged alongside a cordon of police, some of which shoot water from fire hoses to disperse the crowd is coming in another charge.
17:39 - ROME - agents under attack
In Piazza San Giovanni launch of firecrackers and stones from the thugs to the police, attacked from three sides (St. John street, square and Via Carlo Felice Appius). An incendiary bottle was thrown at a fire hydrant Police.
17:28 - ROME - Continued warfare
A group of agents going through the Piazza San Giovanni to take action against violent: they are building barricades in the street but the Mount Aradam armored advance wiping. The hydrants are still in action against the violent insurgency and no sign of ceasing.
17:25-ROME - Assaulted by means of law enforcement
Kicks and clubs of various thugs have targeted a vehicle of the police who had forced the barricades. The medium was able to leave.
17:22-ROME - St. John seems a battlefield
The Black Block are using as a base the holy stairs of the basilica of St. John, from there being violently throwing stones and cobbles on the police. The square is surrounded by smoke: cobblestones on the ground, pieces of glass, tear gas. The cariceh continue.
17.16 - ROME - Wounded agent
It 'was transported to the emergency room an agent with a fractured leg, remedied during the fighting at Piazza San Giovanni.
In addition, a stone hit his head dell'Adnkronos a photographer. Meanwhile, the fire went to two floors of a branch of the Ministry of Defense, in Lubicana. And 'collapsed the roof of the building: on-site firefighters try to douse the flames.
16.55 - ROME - The agents in action with armored
Armored vehicles are used by law enforcement during the office at Piazza San Giovanni in this way we try to sweep away the barricades of burning cars and containers arranged by the thugs in the Via Emanuele Filiberto. In Santa Maria Maggiore launch of cobblestones and objects to agents. A firecracker was seriously wounded in a hand a protester is not clear if he had in hand or has been thrown at him. The incident happened between on and off Lubicana Merulana.
16.45 - Bolzano - Exhibition in the heart of the city
About 400 people, mostly young, gathered in Bolzano at the invitation of the global mobilization indignados''''Spanish''to protest against unbridled capitalism.'' They gathered on the lawns of Talvera, in the heart of the city ', displaying placards with the slogans of the protest:''People before profit'',''True Democracy Now!''
16.30 - ROME-Police Officers, rejected the violent water cannons and smoke
The positions of the agents and there are still 'a large release of smoke against the thugs in the course of the procession in Rome indignant. Many armored vehicles that are coming on site. Agents to disperse the protesters using water cannons. The policemen were on the streets and in the surrounding streets and suddenly came charging thugs. Officers with Hydrants are 'chasing' the violent to Piazza San Giovanni. A means of law enforcement and 'ended up in a kiosk. The group of violent and 'returned back to the barricade boulevard Emmanuel Philibert.
16:22 - BRUSSELS - Peaceful Demonstration
Proceeds without the disorder mianifestazione in Brussels. The posters will march to the symbols of the European Union: Commission, Parliament and Council. among the slogans chanted: "Money Kills"
16.15 - ROME - Dragons: "It 'a shame'
"It 'a great pity." So 'the Bank of Italy Governor Mario Draghi said the incidents and clashes taking place in Rome during the indignant protest. Dragon has released this short joke to reporters after the meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors of the G20 in Paris. This morning, the same number one on the next National President of the ECB, said to understand the reasons for young people. "If you take it with finance as a scapegoat, and I understand them," he said Dragons but expressing 'the hope that "the protest is not degenerate."
16:14 - ROME - Damaged the Ministry of Defence
Some offices of the Ministry of Defence via Labicana were devastated by the group in black at the exhibition in Rome of the indignant. The thugs have forced a door and into the offices and threw smoke bombs card. Then they set fire to two cars parked in the street.
15:58 - ROME - Before the parade anarcho arrested 4 insurgents
A little while ago but with a bomb targeted a paper based agency Manpower. The Black Bloc are in action near the coliseum. The police is deployed in set-riot.
15.50 - ROME - An injured in Via Cavour
He was attempting to stop a launch of bottles at firefighters intent to tame the fire of an SUV, set on fire by some thugs, and when 'he was attacked. Thus 'a man of about 60 years, and' remained slightly wounded in the face. The incident 'occurred in Via Cavour, already' theater of hooliganism during the procession of the indignant.
15:32 - LONDON - Julian Assange Arrested
Julian Assange took to the streets with 'Outraged' in London. As reported via Twitter by one of his lawyers and the founder of Wilikeaks' was stopped by police who prevented him from wearing a mask. The appearance of the square and Assange 'exploded into a shout of joy and he and' placed on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral, where he seems to want to give a speech.
15.10 - LONDON - Event quiet, few disorders
There have been some contacts with the police but most of the event takes place in a calm manner. Most of the protesters sat in front of the church of St. Pauls where they plan to stay as much as possible. Puts forth its tents.
14:59 - ROME - Columns of smoke in Via Cavour, involved firefighters
A black cloud rises from Via Cavour and surrounds a portion of a building. Glazing on the ground in front of the two banks subject to many attacks and fear among residents. This is the scenario after the first acts of hooliganism by a small group of protesters during the march of the indignant. To attend the raid scared some tourists. Many have fled to the explosion of a car on fire.
14:54 - ROME - Supermarket looted
Smashed the window of another bank and destroyed and looted a supermarket, a car on fire. Blitz has begun in the center of Rome by some demonstrators: acts of vandalism and destruction along the parade by groups of young men with their faces distorted.
14:47 - ROME - Shop windows smashed and destroyed a car
And a car 'was targeted and destroyed by protesters dressed in black hooded and Via Cavour in Rome. The hoods have first broken the windows of several shops on the street in the center of Rome, then take the car assault
14:43 - ROME - They appear a hundred hooded
About a hundred hooded have made their appearance in the great procession that is along Via Cavour in Rome. Sweatshirts and hooded raincoats blacks on the head and face covered with black ski masks or scarves. The hooded carry a banner that read "do not ask for the future, we take this." As they passed leaving graffiti on the walls with messages that say "do not work!" and "burn the banks".
14.20 - ROME - The organizers: "We started first because we were too many"
''We started too early and the square perche'eravamo contained there.'' The protesters say the head of the procession of diRoma Outraged, which is along Via Cavour. ''We will not pay for the crisis,''they cry, while the rest of the event and the rhythm of drums and dances. ''Outraged speculated for this world''reads one of the many signs displayed during the parade. ''You have also stolen our dreams, we're here to recover,''reads another.
14.10 - ROME - Burn and EU flags Itlaian
Some protesters are burning the flags of Italy and the European Union waving on the roof of a hotel while the procession of angry marches Via Cavour in Rome. The protesters wearing white masks like Guy Fox, star of 'V for Vendetta'. After the raid were launched leaflets: 'It's the revenge Precaria'.
14.00 - LONDON - First contact between police and protesters
In the English capital, protesters trying to enter the Place de la Bourse
13.50 - ROME - The main march Party
It 'started from Piazza della Repubblica and is progressing slowly on the procession of the Via Cavour in Rome outraged. The protesters, headed to Piazza San Giovanni, toting a large banner that reads 'People of Europe: Rise Up!'.
13:34 - ROME - Parito march from La Sapienza
Hundreds of students have gone in procession from Piazzale Aldo Moro, outside the headquarters of the University 'La Sapienza of Rome, to reach Piazza della Repubblica, where become part of the procession of angry
12:56 - ROME - Alemanno: "For now, all quiet, but fingers crossed"
"For hours and 'all quiet, but fingers crossed. I'll be' on Capitol Hill to follow the evolution of the situation and hope that everything goes well." He said the mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno, while the 'indignados' are reaching the capital to attend the event to be held' in the afternoon. The appeal delsindaco 'and' always the same, to protest peacefully.
12:49 - ROME - At 70 coaches
There are 70 coaches who have arrived in the capital, passing through the toll booth south of Rome, to participate in the event of outraged that start 'to 14 from Piazza della Repubblica. From what we learn at 12, 20 in the Anagnina station had already 'arrived about 50 buses.
12:36 - ROME - Locked four metro stations
12 were closed to the subway stations Cavour and Colosseo, Barberini and Spagna. The size and 'under the plan prepared by the security police headquarters in Rome on the occasion of the manifestation of the "outraged". "Trains - reminiscent of the Agency for Mobility '- even if not regular transit stop at stations banned", while the planned diversions for buses will snap to 14.
12:32 - ROME - It fills the square of the Republic
Republic Square is filling in view of the parade of outraged that start 'around two o'clock this afternoon. There are already hundreds' protesters in the square came from different parts of Italy with trains and buses. Among the banners on display one reads:''When injustice becomes law rebellion and 'a duty.'' Several wagons of trade unions and associations are already 'placed at the entrance of the square and alternating phases spread music. Pomigliano''''does not bend, you read about some t-shirts worn by some indignant. ''One solution: revolution'', stands on a banner signed Red Block. While another promises:''Oct. 15: take to the streets by the millions.''
12.20 - PARIS - Dragons: "Young people are right"
"Young people are right to be angry with finance as a scapegoat." Mario Draghi, Governor of the Bank of Italy and the next president of the ECB, comments on the demonstration in Rome against the banks of the indignant. "The news today is not Paris, but in Rome," he says before taking part in the work of the summit of finance ministers and governors of the G20 on the strategies to be implemented to stem the crisis taking place in the French capital. "We are angry at us against the crisis, let alone have them twenty, thirty years. They waited, expecting much. For us it was not so."