15 protesters gathered in front of the entrance to the Krome Detention Center to the west of Miami in solidarity with the detainees inside but were blocked by a heavily armed contingent of police. Demonstrators then led chants on the highway, receiving honks of support from those passing by.
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.
Around 1000 protesters marched in Lleida for a second day to the prison where Pablo Hasel resides, a communist Catalan rapper facing charges for denouncing the Spanish monarchy. Following the arrival of police forces on the scene, clashes began to occur with barricades placed and rocks being thrown.
Sporadic protests occurred across Tunisia, centered around Sbeitla, Sidi Bouzid, and Tunis. Demonstrators in a town near Sidi Bouzid placed barricades and protested to demand a betterment of living conditions, clashing with police. In Sbeitla, near the city of Kasserine, youth clashed with police who deployed tear gas in the streets, dispersing the crowd. Family members of arrested protesters & activists demonstrated in Tunis, condemning the degeneration of the Arab Spring revolution and calling for the downfall of the regime.