Dozens of protesters in Rethymno marched against police repression in universities, enabled by the passing of a law through Parliament by the Ministry of Education which enabled police to re-enter university campuses for the first time since 1975.
Over 10,000 protesters marched in the Athens district of Nea Smyrni after a couple in a park was attacked by police for supposedly violating COVID guidelines. Police attacked demonstrators with flashbangs and tear gas, which resulted in the crowd assaulting one police officer and leaving him with a nonfatal head injury. For the rest of the night, police ran around the area, brutally assaulting anyone who approached them.
Around 150 protesters took to the streets of Valparaíso to demand the end of femicides as well as access to free and safe abortions, something long denied in Chile. Demonstrators placed barricades, in response to which heavily militarized police arrived on the scene and attacked the crowd, making several brutal arrests.