Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Haiti, demanding the fall of the Moise regime propped up by the United States and OAS. Demonstrators clashed with police after tear gas was fired by law enforcement, then followed by riot police opening fire on the crowd with automatic weapons, but with no deaths recorded.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Colorado State House in Denver, demanding that the United States intervene in the Ethiopian-Eritrean war and genocide on the breakaway Tigray nation. As of now, thousands of civilians have been killed and over 60,000 refugees have fled to Sudan, with an unknown amount in other countries. Many allegations have been made of rape, looting, and bombing of civilian targets as well, perpetrated by Eritrea as well despite Tigray being in Ethiopia.