Protesters in various cities across Lebanon took to the streets to decry the arrest of prominent anti-corruption activist Khaled Al-Deek, demanding the resignation of the government for its failure to properly handle hyperinflation and soaring gas prices.
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Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Port-au-Prince to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moise, despised by many as subjecting Haiti to American and European neocolonialism and economic interests.
Anarchists in Keratea, a Greek city southeast of Athens on the Attican peninsula, dropped a banner in solidarity with migrants in the country. The banner reads, “Immigrants are an image of our own future. No to the concentration camps [in which refugees are kept]!”
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