Protesters in Port-au-Prince placed and burned tires as barricades demanding the release of student leader Ti-Nèg and all other prisoners of the popular uprising in Haiti illegally detained by police forces, which include 2 Dominican film-makers.
Protesters took to the streets for the entire day across Nigeria, but remained after nightfall for a vigil in honor of those killed by SARS before and during the current protests. Demonstrators venerated at least 20 names this night, including many who were killed recently by live bullets during protests. Anonymous also participated, taking down the Central Bank website.
Protesters at various sites in Lebanon returned to the streets to decry state violence and repression against anti-corruption activists, demonstrating against government incompetence in handling hyperinflation and soaring gas prices. Demonstrators blocked roads with flaming tires, pressuring authorities to act with competence.