Police in Greece attacked students occupying the Rector’s Office at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, demanding the repeal of the law allowing police on university campuses. Dozens of brutal arrests were made, in response to which hundreds of demonstrators marched to the rectorate and then to the Thessaloniki Police Headquarters where the arrested students were being held.
#EndSARS protests took place all around the world as people from other countries declared solidarity with the Revolution Now movement in Nigeria. Anonymous continued its ramped-up cyberattacks on Nigerian government websites, leaking the login for NISLT and taking down the national mortgage bank website.
Thousands of students in Thessaloniki returned to the streets for a demonstration demanding the repeal of a law passed by the Greek Ministry of Education which would allow police to re-enter university campuses for the first extended period since the fall of the military dictatorship in 1973-1974 following a disastrous war and a student uprising.
Anarchists in Antofagasta took to the streets, blocking roads and burning barricades in solidarity with the political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising in Chile, demanding a general pardon and the immediate release of all those convicted during the social revolt of 2019 and the indigenous Mapuche struggle for sovereignty and autonomy.