Protesters in Cleveland, Ohio, took to the streets on the 29th to protest the presidential debate that would be held later that day, and the handling that both presidential candidates have slipped on for months upon months since June.
Around 1000 protesters in Bristol returned to the streets in opposition to a law that would expand police powers, restrict the right to protest, and also criminalize a nomadic lifestyle. Police brutally attacked the protesters, injuring many and deploying horses and dogs against the peaceful demonstrators.
Dozens of protesters clashed with police in the Bonilla neighborhood of Antofagasta, demanding justice for a murdered street juggler in Panguipulli. Tear gas was deployed by Carabineros, Chilean law enforcement, which seeped into the homes of civilians. 3 protesters were arrested by the end of confrontations.
Anarchists in Athens dropped banners in solidarity with November 17 political prisoner D. Koufontina, who went on a hunger strike starting on the 8th of January demanding that he be transferred to the Korydallos prison of Athens, after being forcibly moved from the rural prisons of Volos to the high-security Domokou facility.