Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Barcelona for a 5th consecutive day of demonstrations demanding freedom for Pablo Hasel, a Catalan rapper imprisoned for criticizing the Spanish monarchy. Windows were smashed and barricades were burned before dozens of riot police brutally kettled and assaulted the crowd.
Protesters at the 1492 Land Back Lane camp clashed with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), with multiple roads blockaded and barricades set up in Caledonia, near the city of Ontario itself. Multiple protesters were injured and arrested, and courts ruled that setting up barricades is a punishable offence upon which charges can be mounted.
Antifascists of Madrid took to the streets commemorating the murder of Lucrecia Pérez Matos, a Dominican immigrant, on the 13th of November in 1992 by a member of the Spanish Civil Guard. Protesters condemn the lack of responsibility in the government of keeping Neo-Nazis out of public sight and allowing this murder to happen.