Dozens of antifascists gathered in solidarity with 4 arrested protesters from a demonstration in Innsbruck against the European border security agency Frontex, which ended in police assaulting the crowd with batons and pepper-spray.
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Police in Brighton attacked a vigil in remembrance of Sarah Everard, a British woman murdered by a police officer weeks earlier before her body was found and charges were laid. 3 women were arrested at the vigil, with a heavy law enforcement presence in the area.
Dozens of protesters in Elizabeth City took to the streets for an 11th day to demand justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police with assault rifles. Unlike previous days, police did not directly attack the demonstration, and no arrests occurred.
Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Senegal after the arrest of a prominent opposition leader for allegedly politically motivated accusations of rape. The death count from police murders increased to at least 10, with hundreds of injuries from live ammunition occurring as well.