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There are many forms of protest, many ways to express an objection to particular events, situations, policies, and even people.  Protests can also take many forms - from individual statements to mass demonstrations - both peaceful and violent. In the last 30 days, there have been numerous protests across the globe in many countries.  The following post is a collection of only some of those protests, but the images convey a gamut of emotions as citizens stand up for their political, economic, religious and lifestyle rights.  -- Paula Nelson (51 photos total)
As protesters sleep in Zuccotti Park, N.Y. police officers receive instructions. A group of activists calling themselves Occupy Wall Street targeted the Financial District for more than a week of demonstrations in late September. The group said they sought to bring attention to corporate malfeasance, social inequality, and the yawning gap in income between America's rich and poor. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters)

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SUITED UP
SUITED UP: The crew of a nuclear submarine participated in a drill in Murmansk, Russia, Friday. (Russian Look/Zuma Press)

PROTESTING IN PAKISTAN
PROTESTING IN PAKISTAN: Members of the Tehreek-e-Insaaf and Jamaat-e-Islami parties clashed with police Friday in Islamabad, Pakistan, as they protested against U.S. drone strikes and the release of CIA contractor Raymond Davis after he said he shot two men in self-defense. (Aamir Qureshi/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

MAN ON FIRE
MAN ON FIRE: An Israeli border police officer was engulfed by flames after a Molotov cocktail was thrown at him during clashes in the mostly Arab neighborhood of Silwan, East Jerusalem, Friday. Officials said the officer was only ‘slightly’ injured, but was taken to a hospital. (Ammar Awad/Reuters)

BAGS OF BONES
BAGS OF BONES: Workers bagged bones that were found in a mine in Gwanda, Zimbabwe, Tuesday. Local media reported that mass graves possibly containing thousands of bodies were found at the mine. (Zuma Press)

IN TRANSIT
IN TRANSIT: Ghanaians sat near garbage at a camp after leaving Libya, where pro-Gadhafi forces continued to shell Ajdabiya and Misrata, despite declaring a cease-fire Friday. (Joel Saget/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

BACK HOME
BACK HOME: Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide returned home Friday to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after spending seven years in exile. Mr. Aristide immediately took a swipe at the decision to bar his political party from the country’s presidential election. (Alexandre Meneghini/Associated Press)

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