Note how the lead in the story below states that "only in Rome did the global 'day of rage' erupt into violence," but most of the photos accompanying the article are of the violence -- apparently instigated by agents provocateurs -- in Rome.
Demonstrators rallied on Saturday across the world to accuse bankers and politicians of wrecking economies, but only in Rome did the global 'day of rage' erupt into violence.
Protesters there smashed shop windows and torched cars as violence broke out during a demonstration in the Italian capital.
Black smoke billowed into the air in downtown Rome as a small group of violent protesters broke away from the main demonstration.
They smashed car windows, set at least two vehicles on fire and assaulted two news crews of Sky Italia, the TV reported. Others burned Italian and European Union flags.
Danger: A protester hurls a canister towards police next to a burning car during clashes in Rome as Occupy Wall Street goes global and violent
Italy: Protesters hurl objects at police in Rome as well as smashing shop windows and torching cars during a demonstration in the Italian capital
Drastic measures: Police officers fire tear gas in Rome after the Occupy Wall Street protests turned violent today in the Italian capital
Violence: A demonstrator hits a photojournalist during a demonstration of the 'Indignant' group against banking and finance in Rome today as another hurls a bottle at police