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.
Hundreds of protesters returned to Parliament Square in London to demand the nullification of a bill debated in the House of Commons and later passed, which would restrict the right to protest, raising jail sentences and increasing police powers. Demonstrators were assaulted by police, who made several arrests.
Thousands of protesters converged on Paris for the 4th week of demonstrations against the Global Security Law forbidding the filming of police. The state response was heavy-handed, with an immediate usage of water cannons and other crowd control munitions against protesters, leading to at least 10 arrests.
Anarchists in Seattle protested in solidarity with the general strike in Colombia, which was sparked in response to police violence and threats of privatization coupled with tax hikes. Demonstrators called for the end of state violence towards the movement and the immediate halt of arms sales to Colombia.
Protesters continue to take to the streets in Puente Alto and Santiago against the press coverage of the protests. The Chilean media has been criticized for its review of the protests, which has been overly anti-protester; it also has not touched very much on the 48 dead during the uprising in October until today.