Anarchists marched through the city before reclaiming the Liebig 34 squat, one of the most popular in Germany and well-known. It was evicted earlier in the month before being taken back by anarchists. Police clashed with anarchists and arrested several after kettling them, but were unable to re-evict the squat.
Hundreds of protesters across Eswatini returned to the streets in opposition to the continued existence of the country’s government, recognized as the last absolute monarchy in Africa. Demonstrators set fire to assets and businesses belonging to King Mswati, following brutal repression by security forces and police.
Hundreds of demonstrators in Antofagasta returned to the streets demanding the immediate amnesty for the political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising in Chile, setting barricades across the city and blockading roads as the country moves into the 2nd day of the national mobilization demanding the resignation of the current president.
About 40 protesters gathered in front of the Trump International Hotel in New York City against the violence in Washington and the attempted insurrection by Trump supporters. Demonstrators held letters spelling “TRUMP IS GUILTY”, demanding his resignation; police then attacked the protest, making several arrests against the completely peaceful crowd in a seemingly harsher crackdown than against the insurrectionaries at the Capitol.