The Notimex Workers’ Union in Mexico City entered the 307th day of the strike that began with allegations of labor terrorism, human rights violations, contempt of workers’ rights laws, and, eventually, exposures of workers to COVID-19. Strikers stated their willingness to negotiate with the corporation, but have not received any word back.
Dozens of Loyalist youth in Newtownabbey, north of Belfast, rioted against the creation of a customs process for goods being transported between Great Britain and North Ireland, which would disrupt the Loyalist drug trade. Cars were burned by the youth and petrol bombs were thrown at police as well, including an instance where one person set himself on fire.
Chilean protesters in Antofagasta marched and threw fireworks at a police station and prison in the Bonilla region, demanding amnesty for all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising. Multiple clashes ensued, with no arrests occurring due to protesters blocking security cameras with laser pointers.
100 protesters gathered at the Statue of Venizelos in Thessaloniki from the Greek Class War organization, calling for universal healthcare, housing, and basic needs fulfilled. A banner was unfurled by the demonstrators reading, “The struggle of the people for health, work, and freedom is a struggle for life! – Class War” before dispersing shortly after.