A demonstration took place on the night of October 10th to demonstrate against the police of the city and with an ultimate aim of defunding, if not abolishing, the police. Protesters dressed in black bloc as to not get targeted by police, and no major clashes occurred during the march.
Thousands of protesters in Popayán took to the streets in opposition to neoliberal policies and the Tributary Reform in Colombia, which would impose new taxes on basic goods and services such as electricity, internet, and water. Demonstrators clashed with police, throwing rocks and taking down security cameras at the site.
Dozens of protesters in Athens gathered for demonstrations in solidarity with the November 17 hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas, demanding his transfer to the Korydallos Prison of Athens. Despite gathering at the separate areas of Omonia, the Propalyaea, and Syntagma Square, police assaulted protesters at all 3 locations, making brutal arrests and attacking the press.