Demonstrators in Bangkok turned out in the tens of thousands against the monarchy and military dictatorship of Thailand, seen adopting Hong Kong tactics such as ‘be water’ and wearing helmets as well as having flexible supply lines. Significant clashes occurred with police, although the tactics used minimized arrests.
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Demonstrators and allies across Chile commemorated the 2-year anniversary of the murder of Camilo Catrillanca, a Mapuche farmer, at the hands of Chilean police, in Temucuicui, in the area of Ercilla. Hundreds of protesters and friends marched on the site of his murder, where his tractor still lies, and condemned the lack of transparency in the Chilean government while handling his case.