Hundreds of anarchists and students marched on the Agio Venizelou in Thessaloniki in protest against the planned reintroduction of cops on campus, standing off with police and blockading traffic. No arrests were made, in a new development after the heavy crackdown on protests during the anniversaries of the Polytechnic Uprising and the 2008 riots.
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Hundreds of protesters in Santiago took to the streets to demand free tuition for all university students, starting off the day by placing barricades in the Pudahuel commune. Demonstrators then marched to Plaza Dignidad, where they were subjected to intense repression by police who used water cannons and tear gas on the crowd that had been peaceful until then.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Bangkok in opposition to the monarchy of Thailand and Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, a general who assumed office in the 2014 coup d’état. During clashes in which police carried out severe repression, demonstrators returned the favor with fireworks and set a police van on fire.
Dozens of protesters in New York City marched after the NYPD attacked a black woman in a mental health crisis, demanding the abolition of the police department due to its ineffectiveness and harm committed against residents of the 6 boroughs.
Youths in the suburban commune of Trappes, located west of Paris, clashed with law enforcement at a local police station in the city for a 3rd consecutive night, exchanging firework mortars and tear gas canisters throughout the night.