Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of Lebanon at various sites to decry state corruption and repression against activists demonstrating against government incompetence in handling hyperinflation and soaring gas prices.
Greeks in the Athens suburb of Aspropyrgos clashed with police, demanding an end to class-based quarantine and segregation, with politicians and the wealthy like the Prime Minister being allowed to violate travel restrictions and other quarantine measures. Barricades were built to resist DELTA bike cops who tried to arrive on the scene, with Molotov cocktails being used to repulse government forces.
Hundreds of protesters in Portland took to the streets on the anniversary of the George Floyd murder, gathering at the Justice Center in the city’s downtown. After police moved in and declared the demonstration unlawful, the crowd set fire to a dumpster and began to move around the city, breaking windows and writing graffiti.
SARS, SWAT, the police, and the military all over Nigeria began a campaign of brutality against protesters on the 19th, killing several all across the country and allowing pro-SARS militants to roam free and brutalize demonstrators. Anonymous’ attacks continue to ramp up, despite being overshadowed by the attacks on protesters.