Feminist activists and other protesters took to the streets across Poland after the restriction of abortion, with thousands of demonstrators attending each spontaneous protest that took place. Clashes with police occurred, but nowhere as violent as the ones on the 22nd.
Protesters in the University of Manchester gathered after a racial profiling incident that had occurred earlier, marching across campus with an attendance of around 400 demonstrators, which followed the already high tensions on campus after the clashes over a lockdown fence being placed to cage students in.
Greek communists and anarchists in Athens tagged graffiti and dropped banners across the city in solidarity with Aytaç Ünsal, a Turkish lawyer arrested for connections to the Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party/Front (DHKP-C), a Marxist-Leninist insurgent organization. He was recently released from a 13-year sentence after going on a death fast for 213 days, a week after his colleague Ebru Timtik died after 238 days.
Over 100 protesters took to the streets of Valparaíso to demand the release of all political prisoners of the social uprising in Chile that began in 2019. Demonstrators burned barricades and blocked roads, but were quickly met by a small army of law enforcement vehicles that shot tear gas and water cannons, in response to which the crowd threw rocks and Molotov cocktails.