Hundreds gathered in Barcelona to demand the release of protesters imprisoned during the uprising in solidarity with Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper arrested and facing charges for criticizing the monarchy of Spain and supporting the revolutionary Basque ETA organization.
Protests sparked in the central Somalian town of Galkayo amid anger over missing children; they were allegedly sent to the city of Asmara in Eritrea for military training, then deployed to Ethiopia and killed in the war and genocide against the northern breakaway province of Tigray. Police responded by opening fire into the crowd, causing numerous injuries but no reported deaths.
Protesters in Portland were first dispersed by the police after an unlawful assembly was declared, with a few protesters arrested and the demonstrators pushed down the road. A man was later seen pointing a gun at a member of the press, then exiting his car to yell ‘All Lives Matter!’ at the crowd. No one was harmed during the altercation.
30+ anti-racists in San Francisco gathered at the city’s ICE office, smashing in windows and breaching the office to wreak havoc inside, rendering it unusable for a long time. Demonstrators answered the call for a round of Abolish ICE events around inauguration day on J20, with no arrests occurring within the group.