Hundreds of protesters in Santiago demonstrated in solidarity with the political prisoners of the social war in Chile, among them anarchists, Mapuche insurgents, and participants in the 2019 uprising. Police attacked the gathering with water cannons, making mass arrests of participants.
Hundreds of students in Patras took to the streets to decry a law passed by the Ministry of Education, which would enable the government of Greece to create a police force in universities for the first time since the fall of the military dictatorship in 1974 after a failed annexation of Cyprus and a student uprising.
Hundreds of protesters in Santiago gathered for a peaceful demonstration at the Alameda, and were attacked by Carabinero riot police with water cannons and pepper spray. Members of the press as well as street medic brigades were also assaulted by the Carabineros, with many as well hit by the water cannons tainted with chemicals that cause burns.