30 Greek anarchists gathered outside of a prison in the Cretan city of Chania, near the rural prisons of Agyia. Demonstrators lit sparklers, launched fireworks, and chanted slogans to let those inside know that there exist people fighting for a world without jails.
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The unemployment rate in Tataouine currently stands at around 30%, one of the highest in the country.
In July of 2020 already, protesters managed to get into an oil production facility and to close a pipeline, which transported half of the Country’s oil. This forced the government to make concessions and promise investments in the region, but nothing serious has been done yet.
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Around 25 protesters took to the streets of Miami to demand justice for Ma’Khia Bryant, a Black 16-year-old shot and killed by police in Columbus. Demonstrators blocked traffic on Biscayne Boulevard before engaging with the city police chief and clearing the area.