Thousands of protesters in New York City returned to the streets, demanding the immediate end of US support for the internationally designated apartheid state of Israel. Police attacked the demonstrators outside of the United Nations headquarters, making several arrests.
Police in Athens brutally assaulted over 100 protesters demonstrating in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, an imprisoned former member of the 17 November left-wing urban guerilla who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his return to the Korydallos prison, where he will once again be able to see family and friends. Tear gas, flashbang grenades, and even the rare water cannons were deployed to contain a small crowd of people.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets across Medellín against the regime of Ivan Duque Marquez and the Tributary Reform, which places taxes on basic goods and services for the lower class of Colombia. Police attacked the demonstrators, resulting in their dispersal and the torching of several tolls accused of having ridiculous prices.