The feminist Manifa Łódź collective in the Polish city of Łódź protested against police brutality during the Strajk Kobiet, or National Strike, prompted after the ruling conservative party banned abortions in most cases. The demonstration took place in front of the local police station, with protesters dispersing before police arrived.
About 100 protesters took part in a 3-hour march on the 8th of October against police violence in the city and nearby St. Paul, where dozens of black men have been disproportionately killed by police. Many also believe that the police reports claiming that those killed were armed can be forged with no other active witnesses being there a lot of the time.
Hundreds of protesters in Santiago gathered for a round of demonstrations in support of Mapuche & anarchist political prisoners of the social war in Chile. Police attacked the demonstration with water cannons, making mass arrests of participants while other demonstrators threw rocks at their vehicles.
Dozens of protesters gathered in the Athens neighborhood of Petralona in remembrance of Shehzad Luqman, a migrant worker from Pakistan who was stabbed to death in 2013 on his way to work by 2 supporters of the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn. Despite police harassing the protesters, the march went forward and no arrests were made.