An uprising occurred at the Corinth refugee camp with participation from dozens of inhabitants who set fires and clashed with police after a 17-year-old Kurdish boy committed suicide after his 16-month detainment was extended on the supposed day of his release from the Greek camp.
100 protesters gathered at the Statue of Venizelos in Thessaloniki from the Greek Class War organization, calling for universal healthcare, housing, and basic needs fulfilled. A banner was unfurled by the demonstrators reading, “The struggle of the people for health, work, and freedom is a struggle for life! – Class War” before dispersing shortly after.
Hundreds of protesters in Facatativá, north of Bogota, took to the streets in opposition to the Tributary Reform, which would raise taxes on basic goods and services for the working class in Colombia. Despite the militarization of the small town, no confrontations occurred between law enforcement and demonstrators.