Protesters in Italy took to the streets after a military-style quarantine was announced without a stimulus being passed, leading to possible widespread financial catastrophe. Most groups have no ties to the anti-mask movement, and most demonstrators are seen wearing masks.
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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.
Dozens of protesters marched in the southern Santiago borough of Puente Alto to demand the release of all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising, many of whom have been kept in jail for over a year without the ability to see their loved ones due to quarantine. Carabineros deployed water cannons on the peaceful demonstration, shooting chemically tainted water directly at protesters who would go on to suffer burns.
Thousands of protesters marched on the Presidential Palace through the Alameda, clashing with police who used chemical water cannons which caused scars and burns on several hundred demonstrators. Several dozen protesters were also injured by police, with a few possibly suffering concussions from being slammed against a wall by a water cannon.
Protesters in Dahour Al-Abadiyeh were attacked by the military of Lebanon, who cleared the town’s road and assaulted demonstrators decrying government incompetence in handling hyperinflation and soaring gas prices.