Thousands of protesters in Athens marched following police repression against students at the Thessaloniki Aristotle University, demanding the repeal of a law passed by the Ministry of Education allowing police to return to campus for the first time in decades. Demonstrators marched to Parliament, although avoiding clashes that had previously occurred in student demonstrations against the same law.
Dozens of protesters gathered in the Chilean city of Talagante after a femicide occurred that morning, with demonstrators facing off with police and demanding justice to be exacted against the perpetrator. A banner was also unfurled during the march, reading “Quien ama no mata, no humilla, ni maltrata”.
Protesters continue to take to the streets in Puente Alto and Santiago against the press coverage of the protests. The Chilean media has been criticized for its review of the protests, which has been overly anti-protester; it also has not touched very much on the 48 dead during the uprising in October until today.