4000 police officers arrived in Guérnica on the 29th to evict 1400 families living there that had not been able to pay their rent amid the pandemic, with protests going on nearby and the population resisting. At the end of the day, the Argentinian police killed 2 people and successfully carried out the operation.
Demonstrators in Paris, Marseille, Nancy, Lyon, Toulouse, and many other cities took to the streets as part of a sustained movement against the Global Security Bill that bans videos and photos taken of police ‘with the intent of doing harm to the officer in question’. Police in Paris assaulted protesters at the Trocadéro, deploying water cannons and arresting at least a dozen.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Tarragona to demand freedom for Pablo Hasel, a left-wing rapper from Catalonia arrested and facing charges for insulting the Bourbon royal family of Spain. Demonstrators clashed with police, who fired tear gas in response to the placing of barricades by youth.