Dozens across Sudan protested for a 4th day in opposition to the government’s removal of petrol and fuel subsidies, whose new prices for consumers more than doubled. Demonstrators blocked roads across the country and lit barricades, pressuring the government to act on their demands.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Plaza Dignidad for a national mobilization demanding the release of political prisoners. Intense clashes occurred with police, who were repulsed from the area several times by angry crowds while trying to disperse the protesters, who finally left after nightfall arrived.
Dozens of protesters in Seattle gathered for a march to the office of the SPOG (Seattle Police Officer’s Guild) police union, demanding the city halt any funding for it. As the sun went dark, a truck attempted to run over demonstrators, before being stopped by the SPD who also surrounded the black bloc.