Thousands of protesters in New York City took to the streets in solidarity with demonstrations in Colombia against police violence and the privatization of healthcare. Organizers called for immediate international action in response to police and military brutality and the end of government aggression against protests.
Hundreds of protesters in Santiago descended on Plaza Dignidad and clashed with police after the murder of a street artist in the city of Panguipulli for the crime of not carrying his ID. Despite being hit with water cannons, tear gas, and other chemical weapons, protesters were able to occupy the Plaza several times and hold it off from land assaults by law enforcement.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Santiago during a mobilization on the anniversary of the police murders of Neco Mora & Ariel Morenos in 2020 during demonstrations. Heavy clashes occurred with police around the area of Plaza Dignidad, with demonstrators subject to chemical weapons including tear gas and chemically tainted water cannons, both of which cause burns and possibly permanent injuries.
Protesters in Israel took to the streets across the country 170,000-strong for an 18th week in a row against Netanyahu and his corrupt record. Demonstrations were sparked due to the brutality of Israeli security forces in Palestine and the massacres against protesters that demonstrate, such as Gaza in 2019, in which over 50 people were killed.