Around 300 protesters took to the streets of the Lichtenburg borough of Berlin against gentrification, marginalization, and evictions, following the destruction of the houseless camp on Rummelsburg Bay in which its residents were forced out and had many of their belongings destroyed.
Around 150-200 students gathered in front of the Propylaea in Athens to protest against a law passed by the Ministry of Education which would enable police to enter universities for the first time in 1975. The demonstration was forced to disperse, however, after police blocked anyone from entering the road.
Thousands of Iraqis returned to the streets of Nasiriyah to protest against the government’s arrest of several anti-corruption activists, completely shutting down the prominent city’s activities. Government forces responded with extreme brutality, opening fire on the crowd with live ammunition and running over a protester.
Thousands of protesters flooded the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, meeting at Al-Haboubi Square the day after nationalist and Islamist militias known as Sadrists burned the square and killed 5 people. Iranian militias and Sadrists later attacked the protesters, killing several via what appeared to be grenade launchers and assault rifles.