Over 400 protesters in Durham took to the streets to demand that every vote is counted in the presidential election, after the announcement of President Trump that he would seek to undermine the voting system by eliminating mail-in ballots.
1,000 Portlanders attended a vigil in Vancouver for Kevin Peterson, remembering him and demanding justice against his killers. Right-wing agitators from Patriot Prayer armed with AR-15s arrived as well, assaulting protesters, as well as a Trump truck ramming through the crowd. After the vigil, protesters marched to Portland and the courthouse in Vancouver, being shot at twice by a Trump supporter.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Tarragona to demand freedom for Pablo Hasel, a left-wing rapper from Catalonia arrested and facing charges for insulting the Bourbon royal family of Spain. Demonstrators clashed with police, who fired tear gas in response to the placing of barricades by youth.
Anarchists in Athens dropped banners in solidarity with November 17 political prisoner D. Koufontina, who went on a hunger strike starting on the 8th of January demanding that he be transferred to the Korydallos prison of Athens, after being forcibly moved from the rural prisons of Volos to the high-security Domokou facility.