Hundreds of protesters in Barcelona marched to demand the release of everyone arrested during demonstrations in support of Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper arrested and facing charges for criticizing the monarchy of Spain and supporting the Basque revolutionary ETA organization.
Hundreds of protesters in Foumbot took to the streets and set fire to a courthouse after an inmate at a local prison died of medical issues that had gone unattended and ignored by the local authorities. Upon arriving at the scene, Cameroonian security forces opened fire with live rounds, killing at least 2.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Girona to demand freedom and amnesty for Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper facing charges for criticizing the monarchy of Spain, the Bourbon royal family. Demonstrators burned barricades and clashed with police, who attempted unsuccessfully to quell the gathering.
Dozens of protesters marched in Santiago to demand that the government halt pension cuts as well as pay them out to elderly people who are also houseless, who have been widely excluded from receiving social benefits. Demonstrators also attacked the state policy of handing out the job of pensions to life insurance companies, which are widely viewed in Chile as negligent.