Dozens of Greek anarchists gathered in Patras to commemorate the murder of labor unionist and professor Nikos Temponera, who was killed by members of the youth wing of the liberal-conservative New Democracy Party in 1991.
Dozens of protesters in Portland gathered at the Portland Police Association building in the city’s north, torching part of the building and burning the door. After riot police arrived on the scene, failing to make any arrests, demonstrators traveled to the ICE facility, also setting fires at the site before dispersing.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Encarnación, the 3rd-largest city in all of Paraguay, demanding the government’s resignation after the collapse of the healthcare system, with medicine at a critically low level and elective surgeries stopped altogether. Demonstrators gathered at the Plaza de Armas in the Colorado District, burning barricades and singing chants against the standing regime.
Demonstrations across Indonesia continue to rock the country as Parliament refuses to revoke the Omnibus Law, a much-criticized bill that passes neoliberal reforms including deregulation and cutting workers’ rights. Over 800 arrests were made up to the 11th of October, although protests continue across the country.
Around 100 protesters in Rochester marched after no officers were charged in the murder of Daniel Prude, a black man suffocated by police who put a hood over his entire head, causing him to die a week later. Demonstrators marched to the Rochester Public Safety Building, pushing aside barricades and pushing on the front door before dispersing.