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Sydney Opera House off limits to keep protests back

Police ringed Sydney’s harbourside Opera House on Tuesday and closed off access to the public to stop anti-globalization activists from disrupting a conference of world business leaders. About 350 corporate chiefs are due to attend the three-day meeting in Australia’s largest city organized by the U.S. business magazine Forbes. It kicked off with a secretive dinner on Tuesday, the location of which was not revealed until the last minute because of the threat of protests.Full Story

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