Demonstrators gathered in a crowd of around 3 dozen outside the Pennsylvania state capitol building in Harrisburg, demanding that every vote be counted and the lawsuit to cancel mail-in ballots not to be accepted. A small pro-Trump counterprotest formed, but quickly dissipated after one hour.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Nantes against the Global Security Law’s rewriting by the National Assembly, demanding that the law banning the filming of police be thrown out altogether. Police tear-gassed the demonstration and deployed water cannons, leading to widespread clashes and several injuries.
Protesters commemorated the Beirut explosion that killed hundreds of people in the city and began the anti-government protests. Thousands of demonstrators took part in the march to the Port where the blast occurred, condemning the government for its failure to handle the explosion and its aftermath.