Hundreds of protesters in Valls took to the streets to demand the release of left-wing Catalan rapper Pablo Hasel, who was arrested and faces charges for insulting the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators placed burned barricades, facing off with police but with no arrests occurring in a rare turn of events.
Dozens of protesters in Concepción took to the streets to demand the abolition of police in Chile and the release of all political prisoners of the social uprising that began in 2019. Police attacked the demonstration with extremely militarized gear, using chemically tainted water cannons and tear gas against the crowd.
Dozens of protesters in Patras gathered at Georgiou Square in solidarity with hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the revolutionary November 17 militant group that carried out attacks on American, British, and military assets in Greece; Koufontinas entered a hunger strike on 8 January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens.
Protesters in Israel took to the streets across the country 170,000-strong for an 18th week in a row against Netanyahu and his corrupt record. Demonstrations were sparked due to the brutality of Israeli security forces in Palestine and the massacres against protesters that demonstrate, such as Gaza in 2019, in which over 50 people were killed.
Protesters in Santiago placed barricades along the memorial of Villa Francia on Curacaví street, demanding the end of state terror against the Mapuche communities of Chile by Carabineros, following an incident in which the 7-year-old daughter of the murdered activist Camilo Catrillanca was violently arrested by police.