Occupy movement scambles to remain relevant
A year after the popular movement started, "99 Percenters" are still battling Wall Street.
Last Modified: 18 Sep 2012 11:42

The Occupy Wall Street movement has tried to shut down the New York Stock Exchange.
But its members were outnumbered by police and journalists, and the protest fizzled on Monday.
Some say it is another sign that the protest movement is losing momentum. But organisers say they will persevere until real reforms are made.
Al Jazeera's Cath Turner reports from New York.


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