Demonstrators gathered outside of the Portland ICE facility demanding the abolition of the group, as a part of the sustained protests that have been kept up in the city. Protesters blocked any vehicles from getting in, before getting threatened with arrest by roughly a dozen DHS agents and promptly dispersing.
Dozens of protesters gathered at Syntagma Square in Athens for the release of Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the left-wing revolutionary group 17 November serving a life sentence; Koufontinas entered a hunger strike to demand his transfer to his old cell in the Korydallos prison in Athens, where he would again be able to see visitors and be able to receive medical care.
Dozens of Abolish ICE protesters gathered at the Bergen County Jail in solidarity with detained migrants inside, calling for their immediate release and amnesty even after the hunger strike ended. A speech was given by a detainee inside, who stated that he wished for nothing except to return to his family, before a dance session and speeches given by several activists before the demonstrators dispersed.
Around 600 protesters in Patras took to the streets demanding the repeal of a law passed by the Ministry of Education in Greece, which would allow police to re-enter universities for the first extended period since the fall of the military dictatorship following a disastrous war and student uprising in 1973-1974.