This week, cities across the United States pushed back against the demonstrators who had been occupying public parks to protest economic inequality and a panoply of social and economic issues. In New York, Occupy Wall Street protesters were driven from their encampment in the dead of night–a sudden show of force that added a new chapter to the story’s visual narrative. Elsewhere in the world: Flooding and survival in Thailand; a Japanese nuclear dream team; romance and sex on the newsstand; and a parting shot of the late Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.
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