Protesters in Chicago numbering over 1,000 took to the streets to #CountEveryVote and push Trump out of the White House. The march took place around the Trump Tower, with police eventually trying to assault protesters who returned to it.
Around 400 protesters in Ciudad de Este gathered and blocked a highway with burning barricades to demand the resignation of President Marito Abdo, widely held responsible for corruption resulting in the disappearance of $1.6 billion from Paraguay’s healthcare budget, causing a collapse in infrastructure as hospitals were overwhelmed and forced to cut back on resources.
Around 1000 protesters in Bristol returned to the streets in opposition to a law that would expand police powers, restrict the right to protest, and also criminalize a nomadic lifestyle. Police brutally attacked the protesters, injuring many and deploying horses and dogs against the peaceful demonstrators.
Hundreds of Iraqis gathered at the Muhammad al-Qasim Highway to place barricades and disrupt activity as part of the anti-corruption protest movement, chanting slogans against Soleimani and Iranian intervention. The Iraqi government responded by sending dozens of security forces, with heavily militarized riot police assaulting protesters on foot.
Hundreds of port workers in San Antonio took to the streets to demand the government passage of a 3rd withdrawal of 10% of pension funds in effective cash for their recipients. Demonstrators set tires and barricades alight and blocked roads until the arrival of riot police, who used tear gas and chemically tainted water cannons on the crowd.