Protesters took to the streets in Lima following the impeachment of Martín Vizcarra, the standing president of Peru, who was removed by a vote of 105 to 25 by Parliament on charges of corruption. Thousands of demonstrators clashed with police in the center of Lima, the capital. He had however been popularized for his work with copper exports, and a majority of people sympathized with him over a parliament seen as far more corrupt.
The Rouvikonas anarchist collective in Athens launched paint attacks against several tax offices in the Nikaia, Kypseli, Galatsi, Zografou and Maroussi neighborhoods against a bankruptcy code that the conservative-leading government is attempting to pass in the name of dealing with the economic crisis of Greece.
Around 100+ protesters in Portland gathered for a demonstration against the local ICE facility, setting fires and blocking the main doors to the facility to hamper the ability of law enforcement to be able to respond to the protest. Much of the front area was scorched, and graffiti was tagged all over the site.
Over 1000 protesters in Minneapolis marched after the announcement that former police officer Derek Chauvin had been found guilty of all three counts of murder and manslaughter in the case of George Floyd, whose murder sparked massive protests worldwide and rocked the US. Demonstrators also chanted slogans against the National Guard, whose presence militarized Minneapolis in the weeks prior to the trial.