Anarchists in Keratea, a Greek city southeast of Athens on the Attican peninsula, dropped a banner in solidarity with migrants in the country. The banner reads, “Immigrants are an image of our own future. No to the concentration camps [in which refugees are kept]!”
Dozens of protesters in Patras marched in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, an imprisoned former member of the 17 November left-wing urban guerilla who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens, where he would receive adequate medical care and access to visitors.
Protests continue to grow in Nigeria, whose SARS police force has yet to be disbanded and is being replaced with SWAT, and recent leaks by Anonymous are only serving to aggravate the situation in the country. The hacktivist group had previously not been present, but it is likely that its new releases will bring forth a new wave of protests.