Protesters in Belarus have continued to protest in small gatherings and friend groups against the Lukashenko regime all over Minsk and other cities, being too small for police forces to put down all at the same time. Over 7 were spotted after the first wave of night marches following the large protest in the day.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in St. Louis to protest against Missouri senator Josh Hawley, who is widely believed to have supported and even encouraged the Capitol Insurrection that occurred on January 6. Demonstrators demanded his immediate removal from office and prosecution for supporting a seditious movement.
Massive protests engulfed the capital of Thailand, with many demonstrators being students and anti-monarchy activists. The crowds measured above 150,000 in attendance in Bangkok alone, and several clashes occurred with police after protesters insulted the queen, which in the Kingdom is punishable by life in prison.
A group of protesters gathered at the ancient theater in Larissa and hanged a banner in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the revolutionary November 17 group who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the more humane Korydallos prison in Athens.