Hundreds of protesters marched in Innsbruck in solidarity with refugees in Europe and against the horrific human rights abuses of migrants by the EU, including the creation of the pan-European border agency Frontex and the Moria concentration camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Police assaulted the demonstration, pepper-spraying participants in the face and making several arrests.
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Around 125 protesters in Larissa marched against police brutality and management of the pandemic by the Greek government, which continues to overfund the military and police as the hospitals and medical system of the country become quickly overwhelmed with few ICU beds left available in Greece.
A motorcade and a demonstration occurred in Bangkok against the monarchy of Thailand and Prime Minister Prayut, largely held responsible for lack of access to vaccines and mismanagement of the pandemic. Both gatherings ended repressed, with demonstrators using fireworks in retaliation to police use of tear gas and rubber bullets.