Thousands of protesters in Warsaw took to the streets after the Constitutional Court of Poland tightened restrictions on abortion further than they already were, removing abnormalities in a fetus as cause for a termination of pregnancy. Demonstrators marched across the city, blocking several metros and major roads, before arriving at the Constitutional Court and condemning its decision before dispersing.
Thousands of protesters in Bucaramanga took to the streets in opposition to neoliberal policy in Colombia and the Tributary Reform, which would impose taxes on basic services like internet, water, and electricity. After police tear-gassed the crowd, clashes began to occur on the streets with angry youth throwing rocks at law enforcement.
Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Bangkok in a second round of mobilizations against the monarchy of Thailand and the mishandling of the pandemic by Prime Minister Prayut, a general who took office in the 2014 military coup d’état. Despite police use of rubber bullets and tear gas, the crowd, angered by previous repression on August 7th, attacked and burned police posts.