The Vogliamo Tutto e Per Tutti collective (We want everything for everyone) dropped banners in remembrance of the 12th year anniversary of the December uprising in 2008 concentrated in Athens. Riots began following the shooting of a 15-year-old called Alexandros Grigoropoulos on the 5th of December, the day before which massive riots began across Athens that ended in hundreds of lootings and torched buildings.
Protesters in Peru turned out to protest in La Molina and Los Olivos, marching in the hundreds against the Merino administration that ousted Vizcarra. Demonstrators in Lima also turned out in the thousands in front of Parliament to denounce what is seen as a coup, clashing with police, with dozens if not hundreds of injuries occurring.
Nigerian diaspora activists and their allies took to the streets across the world, from Russia to New Zealand. They demanded the end of arms sales to Nigeria, as well as the end of police brutality in the country as well. Thousands were in attendance in multiple areas, raising a big show that had never been seen before outside of Nigeria.