Nationalists gathered in Yerevan following a peace deal giving away Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijan signed by the Prime Minister, Nikol Pashinyan. Rioting and clashes with the police occurred all across Yerevan, with protesters storming the Parliament and lynching the deputy Prime Minister, nearly killing him. 17 opposition parties have called for protests the next day as well, and the crisis seems unlikely to be contained provided that Russian troops will remain in Karabakh only.
Protesters at various sites in Lebanon returned to the streets to decry state violence and repression against anti-corruption activists, demonstrating against government incompetence in handling hyperinflation and soaring gas prices. Demonstrators blocked roads with flaming tires, pressuring authorities to act with competence.
Around 150 protesters gathered in the Evanston college town in Chicago to demand the abolition of university police at Northwestern University and the surrounding residence in which its students inhabit. Around 75 heavily armed police units arrived at the peaceful demonstration, appearing as an occupying army but making no arrests.