Hundreds of antifascist demonstrators gathered in Milan to protest on the 51st anniversary of the Piazza Fontana massacre, when a bomb planted by Italian fascists exploded at the headquarters of the National Agricultural Bank, killing 17 people and wounding 88. Demonstrators laid flowers at a site in honor of those killed and marched through the city after listening to speeches.
Thousands of antifascists, anarchists, and allies gathered in Lyon to protest against the Global Security Law for the fourth week, which banned the filming of police officers. Protesters clashed with police early on, who deployed tear gas as the protest splintered into several groups and forced the police to reposition themselves across the city.
Protesters rioted all across West Philadelphia after the police shooting of a mentally ill man earlier in the day, with over 30 police officers injured and 91 demonstrators arrested. Many areas in the city experienced heavy-handed clashes between protesters and riot police, with cars driving through crowds in some areas. Several police cruisers were captured and burnt.