Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of Kenosha after it was decided that the police who shot Jacob Blake would not be charged with any crime, prompting hundreds of members of the National Guard to arrive on the scene. The march stayed peaceful the entire time, with Blake’s father, Justin, leading it for the majority of the protest.
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A group of protesters gathered at the ancient theater in Larissa and hanged a banner in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the revolutionary November 17 group who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the more humane Korydallos prison in Athens.
Dozens of protesters in Manchester marched in opposition to a law debated and later passed in the British House of Commons, threatening to restrict the right to protest in the United Kingdom and also increase police powers and immunity during demonstrations.
Hundreds of protesters in Pereira took to the streets in opposition to Colombia’s neoliberal policy and the Tributary Reform, which would raise taxes on basic goods and services such as water, electricity, and internet bills. After police tear-gassed the crowd in the night, strong clashes occurred with rocks and tear gas exchanged.
Thousands of protesters in Bristol clashed with police during a Kill the Bill demonstration in opposition to the restriction of the right to protest and the increase of police powers in Great Britain. Several police vehicles were torched, the police station’s windows were smashed, and fireworks were shot at the scene.