Dozens of protesters took to the streets of the Chilean town of Melipilla in condemnation of the police murder of a street artist in Panguipulli for the offense of failing to provide his ID on time. Demonstrators marched through the city and burned barricades on the commune’s entrance to disrupt activity in the area.
Ugandans gathered across the country to protest against the arrest of opposition candidate Bobi Wine, rioting across the country. After rumors of 11 police officers injured, the defense minister gave and defended an order to shoot to kill, with police stating that 28 people had died. However, coroners said that they had received a total of 37 bodies by the morning of 20 November.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Tripoli during a third night of unrest in the northern Lebanese city, demanding an increase in living conditions. The military opened fire on protesters who threw rocks, Molotov cocktails, and other projectiles at government buildings, with one death and over 226 injuries occurring by the end of the night.
Dozens of antifascists gathered in Sacramento to oppose a Stop The Steal rally organized by the Proud Boys, clashing several times outside of the California State Capitol and 10th street. Police moved in to protect the Proud Boys several times, with the protest eventually dispersing after multiple fights breaking out.