Thousands of protesters gathered in Santiago at Plaza Dignidad, marching to the Presidential Palace amid fierce use of chemical weapons including tear gas and water cannons by police forces after the death of Camilo Miyaki in a police station and the murder of street juggler Francisco Martinez by a Carabinero (Chilean police officer).
Around 50 protesters in Tunis marched to the Ministry of Commerce to demand food sovereignty and in support of agricultural workers’ protests against privatization and deregulation of the farming industry.
Hundreds of protesters marched in Portland the day after the police murder of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, a black man in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center, demanding the immediate prosecution of Officer Katie Potter. Demonstrators clashed with police at the Multnomah County Sheriff’s office, but no arrests were made. Police bullrushed the crowd and shot tear gas, in response to which protesters launched fireworks.
Protesters in the University of Manchester gathered after a racial profiling incident that had occurred earlier, marching across campus with an attendance of around 400 demonstrators, which followed the already high tensions on campus after the clashes over a lockdown fence being placed to cage students in.
Bikers took to the streets in Maipú, demanding more safety for bikers after several people died this month in Chile. Police proceeded […]
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