Thousands of protesters flooded the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, meeting at Al-Haboubi Square the day after nationalist and Islamist militias known as Sadrists burned the square and killed 5 people. Iranian militias and Sadrists later attacked the protesters, killing several via what appeared to be grenade launchers and assault rifles.
Around 1,500 protesters in the Buenos Aires metropolitan city of Lomas de Zamora took to the streets demanding jobs programs, clean water for neighborhoods, and food for soup kitchens, in the midst of a crisis facing Argentina, with 42% of the population below the poverty line and a 10% unemployment rate. After clashes occurred at the municipal office, demonstrators returned to the streets in a peaceful march.
Hundreds gathered a few blocks away from the wake of Francisco Martínez, the Panguipulli street artist murdered by police, to protest against state brutality and repression. Carabineros responded with heavy usage of chemical weapons used on demonstrators and would go on to attack the wake itself, causing massive chaos in the area.