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.
Hundreds of anarchists and students marched on the Agio Venizelou in Thessaloniki in protest against the planned reintroduction of cops on campus, standing off with police and blockading traffic. No arrests were made, in a new development after the heavy crackdown on protests during the anniversaries of the Polytechnic Uprising and the 2008 riots.
Dozens of Italians gathered at the Greek consulate in Milan in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the 17N revolutionary group on hunger strike for nearly a month to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens, which would give him adequate medical care and access to visitors.