Over 5,000 protesters in Washington D.C. took to the streets to demonstrate against Trump and voter suppression. Massive banners were unfurled that said ‘Remove Trump’, with many protesters fighting police. Over 20 were arrested during individual assaults by MPD and other regional departments.
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Dozens of protesters were arrested at the office of the ruling New Democracy Party in Moschato, Athens, demonstrating in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the leftist urban guerilla 17 November who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison, where he will be able to see visitors again.
Protesters gathered at the Port of Piraeus in solidarity with the hunger strike of Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the 17 November revolutionary urban guerilla, with his demands being an immediate transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens where he will be able to see visitors and receive better-quality medical care.
Hundreds of protesters in Sudan took to the streets on the anniversary of the end of the Khartoum Massacre in 2019, in which police and the military killed over 128 protesters and injured thousands during a sit-in at the nation’s capital. On the anniversary, demonstrators lit tires and blocked roads to demand the fulfillment of concessions demanded from the new government.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Colorado State House in Denver, demanding that the United States intervene in the Ethiopian-Eritrean war and genocide on the breakaway Tigray nation. As of now, thousands of civilians have been killed and over 60,000 refugees have fled to Sudan, with an unknown amount in other countries. Many allegations have been made of rape, looting, and bombing of civilian targets as well, perpetrated by Eritrea as well despite Tigray being in Ethiopia.