Armenian-Greeks demonstrated against Turkish & Azeri aggression in front of the Turkish embassy in Athens. About 600 people took part in the protest, which called for the end of war sparked by Azerbaijan in early October. When a ceasefire was reached, it collapsed within 24 hours with Azeri shelling and bombing.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Plaza Dignidad for a national mobilization demanding the release of political prisoners. Intense clashes occurred with police, who were repulsed from the area several times by angry crowds while trying to disperse the protesters, who finally left after nightfall arrived.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the cathedral in Santiago at the Plaza de Armas, demanding amnesty for all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising. Many family members of those caged for months in isolation for rising up against the state were also present and gave speeches to protesters and the press.