About 40 protesters gathered in front of the Trump International Hotel in New York City against the violence in Washington and the attempted insurrection by Trump supporters. Demonstrators held letters spelling “TRUMP IS GUILTY”, demanding his resignation; police then attacked the protest, making several arrests against the completely peaceful crowd in a seemingly harsher crackdown than against the insurrectionaries at the Capitol.
Riot police attacked hundreds of anti-government protesters in Port-au-Prince demonstrating against the imperialist-backed mandate of President Jovenel Moise, seen by the public as a murderous dictator. Law enforcement & government-paid street gangs fired tear gas and terrorized participants in the attempted rally held in the middle of Haiti’s capital.
Clashes in Tourcoing occurred for a 2nd day after a police operation resulted in the seizure of several motorcycles used for urban derbies by young adults in the French city. Fireworks and tear gas were exchanged throughout the night as demonstrators engaged in running battles with police who kept a constant pursuit.
Thousands of protesters in the city of Pasto took to the streets for a 2nd consecutive day as part of a general strike in opposition to the Tributary Reform, which would place taxes on basic goods and services in Colombia. Intense clashes between police and protesters occurred, with the military deployed and Molotov cocktails thrown.