Tensions after the Presidential election have broken down into mass rioting in Guinea, with security forces using live ammunition and protests occurring in dozens of towns and cities. Reports indicate a death toll of at least 10 as a result of protesting from the 22nd and 21st.
Dozens of Young People in the Tunisian southern city of Tataouine have set up road blocks and marched against promised government action for employment in the marginalized region.
The unemployment rate in Tataouine currently stands at around 30%, one of the highest in the country.
In July of 2020 already, protesters managed to get into an oil production facility and to close a pipeline, which transported half of the Country’s oil. This forced the government to make concessions and promise investments in the region, but nothing serious has been done yet.
Dozens of protesters gathered at Georgiou Square in Patras in solidarity with the 17 November member Dimitris Koufontinas, who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens, which would enable him to see visitors and receive adequate medical care.