Nov. 17: University students are protesting in Milan and Rome against budget cuts and a lack of jobs, hours before new Italian Premier Mario Monti reveals his anti-crisis strategy in Parliament.
Nov. 17: Students clash with police during a demonstration in Milan, Italy.
Nov. 17: Across Italy, transport unions called all-day walkouts or strikes of several hours Thursday to demand better work contracts.
Nov. 17: A student with a Guy Fawkes mask stands in front of the Unicredit bank during a demonstration in Milan, Italy.
Nov. 17: Monti, an economist, is Bocconi's president and is scheduled to speak in the afternoon ahead of a confidence vote on the government he formed on Wednesday.
Nov. 17: Stickers and t-shirts read: "Save school not banks" during a student demonstration.
Students clashed with police in protests across Italy against budget cuts, while transport strikes idled buses and trains, as Italian Premier Mario Monti prepared to unveil his anti-crisis strategy.