Protests continued in Noumea and other parts of New Caledonia against the sale of nickel mines to a Brazilian megacorporation, with French loyalists breaking the headlines. A blockade was set up of the Païta road in a suburb of Noumea, with vigilantes guarding it with hunting rifles and waving the French flag, raising many concerns about civil war.
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Thousands of protesters returned to Ica in celebration of the removal of the Chlimper law, an anti-labor and deregulating law passed in October 2000. Sporadic blockades continued for higher wages, but after clashes with police, the majority of striking workers and occupiers went home, as their main demand had been met by the government.
Around 1000 protesters marched in Patras against police repression in universities, demanding the repeal of a law passed by the Ministry of Education allowing police to enter universities for the first time in decades since the fall of the military dictatorship in 1974.
Protesters in the Miramar neighborhood of Antofagasta took to the streets and burned barricades to demand justice for a Mapuche indigenous woman killed in a resort in the town of Panguipulli.
Hundreds of protesters in Volos marched against police brutality in Greece, seen recently after a college student was beaten by police in a park under the guise of enforcing coronavirus restrictions and an invasion of a university occupation by plainclothes officers which resulted in 33 arrests.