West Belarusians took to the streets in what was coined a “district storm”, with many small protests going on in areas that were not normally deemed to have a culture of anti-Lukashenko sentiment. Police failed to arrive in time to put down the protests, and so the “mission” of sorts was deemed a success.
Around 1000 protesters in Bristol returned to the streets in opposition to a law that would expand police powers, restrict the right to protest, and also criminalize a nomadic lifestyle. Police brutally attacked the protesters, injuring many and deploying horses and dogs against the peaceful demonstrators.
700 protesters in Barcelona returned to the streets for an 8th night to demand freedom for Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper imprisoned for criticizing the Spanish monarchy, as well as the release of all those arrested amidst demonstrations in his support. After police attempted to kettle the crowd, several protesters blocked roads with barricades and began throwing objects at police.