Hundreds of protesters in Patras marched from Georgiou Square in defense of the socialized healthcare system, with the crowd made up of teachers, healthcare workers, trade unions, student syndicates and anarchist collectives.
Around 2000 protesters in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district of Berlin marched against the eviction of the Meuteri cooperative, one of the last affordable bars in the city and a place of leftist organization in the FH-KB area of Berlin. Police attacked the demonstration near the end of the march's course, making several brutal arrests and attacking random people.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Bristol after massive demonstrations against a law restricting the right to protest and to live nomadically in the United Kingdom. Police brutally cracked down on the gathering, trampling tributes to Sarah Everard and savagely beating people.
Hundreds of protesters in Newcastle took to the streets against a law passed in Great Britain which would enable police to gain even more powers to crack down on dissent against the government as well as greatly restrict the right to protest in England.
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