The city of Ancud in Chile barricaded most entry and exit roads as Chile entered its 4th week of quarantine, stating that the citizens of the town had a complete lack of basic resources to survive. Protesters state that quarantine would continue to be opposed until the town could be assured that enough supplies could come through to survive.
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Hundreds of protesters gathered in St. Louis to protest against Missouri senator Josh Hawley, who is widely believed to have supported and even encouraged the Capitol Insurrection that occurred on January 6. Demonstrators demanded his immediate removal from office and prosecution for supporting a seditious movement.
Hundreds of protesters demonstrated in Paris in support of undocumented immigrants on International Migrants’ Day. The march was organized by the Gilet Noirs/Black Vests, whose aim is to fight for the regularization of the 400,000 undocumented immigrants in France.
Anarchists gathered in Evelpidon to pressure the Greek police to release protesters arrested in Galatsi earlier, confronting police several times and conversing […]