Hundreds of thousands of peasants and farmers stormed the capital of Delhi, clashing with police and occupying the Mughal-era Red Fort monument for the first time in the modern history of India. Although police began to use metal poles against protesters instead of wooden batons, and seemingly unending in their brutality, it was simply impossible to contain the Kisans who received local support.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the seaside town of Vilanova to demand freedom for Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper imprisoned for criticizing the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators marched through the city, burning barricades and clashing with police after law enforcement arrived on the scene in riot gear.
Protests continued in Noumea and other parts of New Caledonia against the sale of nickel mines to a Brazilian megacorporation, with French loyalists breaking the headlines. A blockade was set up of the Païta road in a suburb of Noumea, with vigilantes guarding it with hunting rifles and waving the French flag, raising many concerns about civil war.