Demonstrators in Paris, Marseille, Nancy, Lyon, Toulouse, and many other cities took to the streets as part of a sustained movement against the Global Security Bill that bans videos and photos taken of police ‘with the intent of doing harm to the officer in question’. Police in Paris assaulted protesters at the Trocadéro, deploying water cannons and arresting at least a dozen.
Dozens of protesters marched in Santiago to demand that the government halt pension cuts as well as pay them out to elderly people who are also houseless, who have been widely excluded from receiving social benefits. Demonstrators also attacked the state policy of handing out the job of pensions to life insurance companies, which are widely viewed in Chile as negligent.
Around 100 protesters gathered at the Portland ICE facility on Holocaust Remembrance Day, setting up a memorial for those who have and are facing genocide, and burning American flags. DHS then assaulted demonstrators with munitions after they set a dumpster on fire, with several waves occurring of law enforcement retreating and coming back out, before they were pushed out one last time by the remaining protesters and the demonstration ended for the night.