Around 2000 protesters took to the streets of Thessaloniki in opposition to the management of the pandemic, with the military and police overfunded in Greece as ICU beds continue to fill up and the healthcare system becomes quickly overwhelmed due to underfunding.
Hundreds of Haitians in Port-au-Prince returned to the streets to demand the resignation of imperialist-backed dictatorial leader Jovenel Moise, who dissolved Parliament in 2019 and remains the sole leader of the government despite mass demonstrations against his rule. Police cracked down on protests, also launching tear gas into a truck filled with journalists.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Santiago at Plaza Dignidad, marching to the Presidential Palace amid fierce use of chemical weapons including tear gas and water cannons by police forces after the death of Camilo Miyaki in a police station and the murder of street juggler Francisco Martinez by a Carabinero (Chilean police officer).
Hundreds of protesters in Miami gathered at the Torch of Friendship in solidarity with a national uprising in Colombia, against corruption, inequality, and police violence. Demonstrators called for the end of US arms sales to the Colombian military and the halting of support to the nation’s operations.
Thousands of protesters in Athens returned to the streets for a third consecutive mobilization in solidarity with the Koufontinas hunger strike, lighting flares and marching to Omonia once again singing anarchist chants and other slogans in solidarity with the hunger striker and former member of 17 November.