Hundreds of protesters gathered in the Susa valley of Turin to demand the end of the construction of the Turin-Lyon High-Speed Railway, which would cause extreme deforestation and disruption of the local environment. Demonstrators clashed with police, which resulted in 1 police injury and tear gas deployed.
Around 1000 protesters marched in Lleida for a second day to the prison where Pablo Hasel resides, a communist Catalan rapper facing charges for denouncing the Spanish monarchy. Following the arrival of police forces on the scene, clashes began to occur with barricades placed and rocks being thrown.
Over 3000 protesters marched in Zaragoza to demand the release of Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper imprisoned for insulting the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators chanted slogans against the Bourbon royal family and police repression, demanding a major overhaul in laws pertaining to freedom of expression.
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