Around 30 Greek anarchists returned to the streets of Livadia in solidarity with the Koufontinas hunger strike, gathering at the town hall and marching through the city center while dropping leaflets and cards.
Hundreds of protesters in Minneapolis took to the streets 3 weeks after the police murder of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, marching to the suburb’s local police station. Demonstrators put up the name of Wright on the police station’s fence and were met by little to no law enforcement presence, a notable turn from other protests in the area.
Around 400 protesters in Tripoli gathered to demand an increase in living conditions in the Sunni-majority region, the poorest in all of Lebanon with a large number of the population living below the UN poverty line. Escalations began outside of local Hezbollah headquarters, with the military attacking protesters who responded by lighting barricades and throwing rocks.
Thousands turned out for a 3rd day of mobilizations in Bangkok against the Thai monarchy and Prime Minister Prayut, a general who took power in a coup and is largely held responsible for the lack of access to vaccines in the country. Brutal police repression ensued, in which many were injured and one man lost his hand to a flashbang grenade.