Protests in Bogota have effectively settled down with protesters holding on to ~56 CAI substations that they have occupied and beginning to develop community centers. Police still assault protesters and civilians in the streets of Bogota with water cannons and tear gas, but they frequently get pushed back as well by heavily armed protesters.
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Hundreds to thousands of demonstrators marched in Lagos at the Tejuosho Area of Yaba, in what many call a 2nd wave of #EndSARS protests. Many mothers of victims of the Lekki Toll Gate Massacre participated in the demonstration, condemning a lack of action by the government in finding the perpetrators.
Hundreds of anarchists and socialists marched in Granada to demand the release of Pablo Hasel, a communist Catalan rapper arrested and facing charges for insulting the Spanish monarchy. Protesters placed and burned barricades, clashing with police who chased after the crowd.
French youth in Angers burnt cars and lit fires across the city for New Year’s, following the tradition of mass unrest every 1st of January in the country.