Baghdad protesters gathered in Tahrir Square to demonstrate against the current regime, with protests being reignited after the security forces of the country opened fire on demonstrators in other cities. Rioters deployed molotovs, and clashed with police openly.
Antifascists of Madrid took to the streets commemorating the murder of Lucrecia Pérez Matos, a Dominican immigrant, on the 13th of November in 1992 by a member of the Spanish Civil Guard. Protesters condemn the lack of responsibility in the government of keeping Neo-Nazis out of public sight and allowing this murder to happen.
Around 1000 protesters marched in Lleida for a second day to the prison where Pablo Hasel resides, a communist Catalan rapper facing charges for denouncing the Spanish monarchy. Following the arrival of police forces on the scene, clashes began to occur with barricades placed and rocks being thrown.
Anarchists in Berlin occupied the Greek embassy in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the left-wing revolutionary group 17 November who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens, where he would receive adequate medical care and access to visitors.