Protesters turned out in the hundreds in Denver to demonstrate against capitalism and police as well as prisons. After marching downtown, chanting “No borders, No walls, No USA at all!”, anarchists clashed with police, setting up burning barricades and fighting back against assault. Few were arrested, as black bloc as well as umbrellas and shields helped protect most.
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Dozens of protesters in the La Pincoya neighborhood of Santiago took to the streets to demand the resignation of the ruling right-wing government as well as the immediate release of all protesters detained during the country’s uprising, some of which have been in prison since October 2019.