Armenians demonstrated in Republic Square, condemning the UN for its lack of action towards the war in Nagorno-Karabakh. The protest turned out thousands of people, lacking some young faces due to military deployment.
Thousands of protesters in Popayán took to the streets for a 4th day to demand the fall of the Tributary Reform, which would increase taxes on basic goods and services, as well as the privatization of hospitals and most healthcare. Police attacked the demonstration, tear-gassing the crowd and dispersing protesters across the city by nightfall.
Greek students gathered in Athens to oppose a proposed education bill being debated in Parliament, chanting slogans in front of the Propylaea and dropping banners. The education bill supposedly seeks to improve the quality of tertiary education and eradicate “rampant lawlessness” on campus. A proposed 1000 guards would be sent to universities, who would have every sort of weapon that a normal police officer would minus lethal guns, and would also be in riot gear most if not all of the time; they would be created to fulfill the duties of police, who are banned from universities.