Youth and police clashed at the police station of Trappes, a suburban commune west of Paris, on the first night of tensions in which the crowd threw fireworks in response to the use of tear gas by law enforcement in the parking lot.
Thousands of protesters in the city of Pasto took to the streets for a 2nd consecutive day as part of a general strike in opposition to the Tributary Reform, which would place taxes on basic goods and services in Colombia. Intense clashes between police and protesters occurred, with the military deployed and Molotov cocktails thrown.
Tens of thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Colombia against new tax hikes on the middle class, privatization of healthcare, and decades of a conservative establishment maintaining a chokehold on the nation. Police and the military responded brutally, using live rounds and killing several protesters in various cities.
Around 1000 Greek protesters in Heraklion gathered for a demonstration against police repression and brutality following the beating of a student in a Nea Smyrni, Athens park, and in solidarity with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, which was invaded by law enforcement with 33 people arrested.