Hundreds of demonstrators in Bangkok returned to the streets in opposition to the Thai monarchy as well as the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut, a general that took power after the 2014 military coup and is widely held responsible for lack of access to COVID vaccines.
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.
Around 1,500 protesters in the Buenos Aires metropolitan city of Lomas de Zamora took to the streets demanding jobs programs, clean water for neighborhoods, and food for soup kitchens, in the midst of a crisis facing Argentina, with 42% of the population below the poverty line and a 10% unemployment rate. After clashes occurred at the municipal office, demonstrators returned to the streets in a peaceful march.