Protesters gathered across Minsk for a day of national protest against dictator Lukashenko, gathering in small groups across the capital city and marching with the old flag of Belarus. Demonstrators began to gather to protest in small groups after tactics of heavy repression were carried out against large groups by secret police.
Thousands of students gathered in Thessaloniki and marched against a new law which would restore police to university campuses across Greece for the first time since the fall of the military dictatorship. Clashes ensued after police deployed tear gas on protesters, with Molotov cocktails flying through the air and firebombs used against law enforcement. After finishing the march in spite of chemical weapons being used on protesters, the students returned for an afternoon march against state repression.
Dozens of people gathered in Santiago to coordinate a protest for the release of political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising, when a fascist identifying with the Popular Socialist Vanguard shot rubber bullets at the demonstrators along the Ahumada, injuring several. When the crowd began to attack him, police stepped in to defend the fascist, stopping the crowd from getting to him. The march then proceeded to the Forest Park in the center of the city and was met with extreme violence by the Carabineros who immediately deployed armored vehicles.