Hundreds of students in Thessaloniki marched against a new bill proposed by the Greek Education Minister Niki Kerameos, which would remilitarize police campuses with an elite police force. Demonstrators marched through the city, with frontliners locking their arms as a deterrent for any sort of police assault.
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 bikers and protesters across the country gathered to blockade highways, railroads, and other means of transportation against the Piñera presidency and a lack of respect for its citizens, and a lack of accountability for police brutality. Barricades went up in Valparaiso, Santiago, Talcahuano, and many other cities.