Thousands of protesters in Thessaloniki marched after brutal police repression against a student occupation of the Aristotle University rector’s office, with 31 arrests being made and dozens of officers in riot gear blocking anyone from entering that area of the campus. As demonstrators pushed towards the courts, police released the 31 students to meet the elated crowd, singing chants against law enforcement.
Demonstrators gathered outside of the Office of Human Rights in Cancún, setting fires and spray-painting street art. Riot police arrived at night, and opened fire with live rounds at protesters, injuring 3 with bullets and wounding dozens of activists and reporters with batons.
About 40 protesters gathered in front of the Trump International Hotel in New York City against the violence in Washington and the attempted insurrection by Trump supporters. Demonstrators held letters spelling “TRUMP IS GUILTY”, demanding his resignation; police then attacked the protest, making several arrests against the completely peaceful crowd in a seemingly harsher crackdown than against the insurrectionaries at the Capitol.
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