40 Portland protesters turned out in front of the house of City Commissioner Dan Ryan, who voted no on defunding the police in the city. Demonstrators threw a flare, a paint balloon, and broke a window. The Unified Command responded immediately, forcing protesters on the sidewalk, but no activists were arrested. 1 member of the press was however taken into custody for unknown reasons.
Protesters commemorated the Beirut explosion that killed hundreds of people in the city and began the anti-government protests. Thousands of demonstrators took part in the march to the Port where the blast occurred, condemning the government for its failure to handle the explosion and its aftermath.
Hundreds of protesters in Neiva returned to the streets for the 4th day of a general strike in Colombia, demanding the overturning of the Tributary Reform, which would raise taxes on basic goods and services, and would also privatize hospitals and healthcare, which would make the health system similar to that of the US.
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.