Protesters returned to the Bergen County Jail in solidarity with imprisoned migrants put in detention at the facility, demanding their release and amnesty for all arrested protesters during the clashes of December 12 that resulted in multiple arrests.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Tripoli during a third night of unrest in the northern Lebanese city, demanding an increase in living conditions. The military opened fire on protesters who threw rocks, Molotov cocktails, and other projectiles at government buildings, with one death and over 226 injuries occurring by the end of the night.
An anti-American protest in Athens took place against the visit to the country by Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State, who is seen by many Greek leftists as imperialist. America has a history of intervention in the region dating back to the 1800s, and is still well despised by the populace after backing the military dictatorship that lasted between 1967-1974.
Hundreds of protesters returned to Parliament Square in London to demand the nullification of a bill debated in the House of Commons and later passed, which would restrict the right to protest, raising jail sentences and increasing police powers. Demonstrators were assaulted by police, who made several arrests.