Hundreds of protesters took to the streets across Lebanon against corruption and oligarchy in the country, grappled by a massive economic crisis after the 2020 explosion of a plant which resulted in a nationwide movement being formed against the government. Protesters lit barricades and blocked roads, causing as much disruption as possible.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Tripoli to demand an increase in living conditions and a stimulus from the Lebanese government, as a 3-week quarantine was put in place to be enforced by the army without any welfare packages provided. Police then arrived at the scene, attacking and tear-gassing protesters and causing at least 15 injuries.
Dozens of protesters marched in Elizabeth City for a 5th day following the police murder of Andrew Brown, who was shot in the head by police with assault rifles near his home. Demonstrators blocked roads and moved through wealthy neighborhoods to continue to try to place pressure on the city government to release the body cameras.
Dozens of protesters gathered in the Athens neighborhood of Petralona in remembrance of Shehzad Luqman, a migrant worker from Pakistan who was stabbed to death in 2013 on his way to work by 2 supporters of the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn. Despite police harassing the protesters, the march went forward and no arrests were made.