The week in amateur videos: New York police get rough, tributes to Steve Jobs, and more...

 
Silly, amazing or shocking things happen every day, all over the world – and in our era of video phones and high-speed internet, chances are they’ll be caught on camera and broadcast across the globe.
 

In New York City, police using their batons at Occupy Wall Street protesters.


 
In Damascus, Syria, anti-regime activists stained the waters of several fountains red to represent the blood spilled during the government’s repression of protesters.
 
 

In Sanaa, Yemen, a massive crowd of women chanted for the removal of president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
 
 
At an Apple store in Japan – and at Apple stores around the world – people paid hommage to its founder Steve Jobs, who died aged 56.
 
 
In the UK, a band of tiny rockers’ cover of Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' became an instant Internet sensation.
 
 

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