Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Niamey, the capital of Niger, after a close election led to both candidates claiming victory in the first democratic election since independence in the poorest country in the world due to French interference with coups. Demonstrators in support of opposition candidate Mahame Ousmane gathered in front of a police station but were dispersed by police who fired tear gas.
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Greek anarchists in Kavala dropped a banner at Faliro Park, in solidarity with imprisoned comrade Dimitris Koufontinas, demanding immediate decontamination of prisons and release of all nonfelons, under a campaign of Inmate Lives Matter.
Anarchists in Portland attacked the city’s Public Schools Headquarters, torching multiple school district vehicles, breaking office windows, and scrawling graffiti on the walls of the headquarters. Demonstrators participated in the action as part of the Youth Liberation Front’s call to action on the 6th of March against capitalism and the state.
Around 100 protesters in Portland gathered for an Abolish ICE protest in front of the local ICE facility in the city’s northeast, with many waving flags of the American Indigenous Movement. Police fired munitions and tear gas at protesters, forcing them to disperse before arrests were made.
Hundreds of Panamanian workers under the SUNTRACS trade union went on strike across the country for a day of national protest demanding salary during quarantine and food for all, including minors and students. Several confrontations occurred with police, but none ultimately resulted in arrests.