Protesters in Philadelphia marched as a part of 2 different protests, one for Walter Wallace, and the other to #CountEveryVote. The protests eventually merged together, and numbered more than 2,000 people. Confrontations with the Pennsylvania National Guard occurred, although no demonstrators were injured/arrested.
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Hundreds of protesters across Lebanon gathered to protest the Central Bank’s mishandling of hyperinflation and soaring gas prices in the country. Demonstrators blocked off roads, placing barricades, and burning tires to pressure the Lebanese government to act with competence on the problem.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Rochester the day after a police officer pepper-sprayed a 9-year-old girl, demanding an investigation into the event and the immediate dismissal of the officer responsible. Demonstrators marched to the police station, shaking barricades, before leaving to avoid arrests and dispersing shortly after with a caravan of support on their tail.
Thousands of protesters in London gathered against woman-directed hate crimes, also demonstrating in opposition to a bill proposed by the British government threatening to restrict the right to protest. Unlike the previous day, confrontations occurred but without arrests.
A wave of websites was taken down by several Anonymous groups as a part of the new #OpPeru against the Merino government, considered by many to be a coup. Several ministry websites were taken down, as well as those of the police, army, and Congress.