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.
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Dozens of protesters gathered at the Cerro Chena mountain in opposition to a proposed sports city at the site near the capital city of Santiago. Torture and disappearances had been known to occur on the mountain under the previous neoliberal dictatorship of Pinochet, and demonstrators demand that all human remains be removed before the sports city begins construction.
Hundreds of protesters in Portland gathered at the Red House, owned by an Afro-indigenous family, who were being evicted by the PPB. Demonstrators attacked the police and sent them down Mississippi Avenue, deflating many police vehicles and smashing in their windows. Despite 7 arrests occurring, the Red House Autonomous Zone was formed by 3:00 P.M.
Thousands of protesters in Warsaw took to the streets after the Constitutional Court of Poland tightened restrictions on abortion further than they already were, removing abnormalities in a fetus as cause for a termination of pregnancy. Demonstrators marched across the city, blocking several metros and major roads, before arriving at the Constitutional Court and condemning its decision before dispersing.