Dozens of protesters gathered at the 4D precinct in Washington D.C. to protest against the fact that the killer of Karon Hylton was reinstated, and was seen cruising around a gathering of teenagers. Hylton’s mother was then arrested by the MPD and later released.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Tripoli to demand an increase in living conditions in the northern Lebanese city which is primarily Sunni Muslim, and far poorer than most parts of the country. Anger had mounted over a protester killed by live ammunition the day before, with a demonstration taking place at his funeral and protesters later torching the municipality building.
Sporadic protests occurred across Tunisia, centered around Sbeitla, Sidi Bouzid, and Tunis. Demonstrators in a town near Sidi Bouzid placed barricades and protested to demand a betterment of living conditions, clashing with police. In Sbeitla, near the city of Kasserine, youth clashed with police who deployed tear gas in the streets, dispersing the crowd. Family members of arrested protesters & activists demonstrated in Tunis, condemning the degeneration of the Arab Spring revolution and calling for the downfall of the regime.