Hundreds of Indonesian anarchists and workers protested in Bandung on May Day, clashing with police while setting fires and waving flags and banners against the state.
Nigerian diaspora activists and their allies took to the streets across the world, from Russia to New Zealand. They demanded the end of arms sales to Nigeria, as well as the end of police brutality in the country as well. Thousands were in attendance in multiple areas, raising a big show that had never been seen before outside of Nigeria.
Hundreds of protesters in Foumbot took to the streets and set fire to a courthouse after an inmate at a local prison died of medical issues that had gone unattended and ignored by the local authorities. Upon arriving at the scene, Cameroonian security forces opened fire with live rounds, killing at least 2.