Thousands turned out for a 3rd day of mobilizations in Bangkok against the Thai monarchy and Prime Minister Prayut, a general who took power in a coup and is largely held responsible for the lack of access to vaccines in the country. Brutal police repression ensued, in which many were injured and one man lost his hand to a flashbang grenade.
Anarchists paid a visit to the space where the Metropolitan Republican Club of New York would later be holding a meeting, drawing the anarchist circle-a, laying body bags on the floor, and writing “YOU’RE CANCELLED” on the doors of the building in anticipation for the later event which would host many prominent Republicans.
Around 200 protesters in Chania took to the streets for a demonstration demanding the repeal of a law passed by the Ministry of Education in Greece which would allow police to enter universities again for the first extended period since the fall of the military dictatorship after a disastrous war and student uprising in 1973-1974.
Protests continue to grow in Nigeria, whose SARS police force has yet to be disbanded and is being replaced with SWAT, and recent leaks by Anonymous are only serving to aggravate the situation in the country. The hacktivist group had previously not been present, but it is likely that its new releases will bring forth a new wave of protests.