Women demonstrated in Diyarbakir after the murder of Melek Aslan, murdered by her brother, whose case anarchists and other activists say will not be received with a fair trial. After the protest, the government stated that they will look further into the case and make the prosecution stronger.
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Thousands of protesters in Barcelona gathered to demand the release of Pablo Hasel, a communist Catalan rapper imprisoned on charges of insulting the monarchy. Significant clashes occurred between the angry crowd and overwhelmed riot police, who despite the use of munitions failed to quell the intense unrest for hours.
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Over 900 students gathered in Thessaloniki in a mostly spontaneous demonstration, demanding the repeal of a law that brought police back to university campuses across Greece for the first time since the fall of the military dictatorship in 1974. Despite confrontations occurring after the protesting students were blocked from entering campus, no arrests were made.