Dozens of protesters gathered in the Chilean city of Talagante after a femicide occurred that morning, with demonstrators facing off with police and demanding justice to be exacted against the perpetrator. A banner was also unfurled during the march, reading “Quien ama no mata, no humilla, ni maltrata”.
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Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Barcelona for a 4th consecutive day to demand the release of Pablo Hasel, a communist Catalan rapper imprisoned and facing charges for criticizing the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators clashed with police, placing and burning barricades in many areas across the city after confrontations began to occur.
Thousands of protesters in Bucaramanga took to the streets for a 4th consecutive day in opposition to an increase of taxes on basic goods and services and the privatization of hospitals. Police attacked the demonstration with tear gas and stun grenades, with clashes continuing throughout the day at the Industrial University of Santander.
Hundreds of protesters across Eswatini returned to the streets in a wave of anti-monarchy unrest following the police murder of a young man, demanding democracy be implemented in Africa’s last absolute monarchy. Demonstrators blocked roads and clashed with police, also blockading and defending the homes of pro-democracy activists.