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.
Dozens of protesters in New York marched through the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan to call for an end to ICE and kids in cages, demanding the immediate abolition of the 21st-century anti-immigration agency that continues to put children in overcrowded and unsanitary camps with very little access to basic services.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Girona to demand freedom and amnesty for Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper facing charges for criticizing the monarchy of Spain, the Bourbon royal family. Demonstrators burned barricades and clashed with police, who attempted unsuccessfully to quell the gathering.
Protesters in Los Angeles blocked the press offices of CNBC and other media companies from a lack of covering the protests across the United States that have been in favor of Armenia. Confrontations took place between some members of the press and demonstrators, although none of them ended in particular violence.