Thousands of protesters took to the streets across Chile in support of the prisoners of the social war in Chile, including anarchists, Mapuche insurgents, and participants in the 2019 national uprising. Police attacked the demonstrations in several cities, leading to widespread clashes throughout the night.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Lleida to demand the release of Catalan rapper Pablo Hasel, who was imprisoned for insulting the Spanish monarchy. Following riot police tear-gassing the demonstration, clashes began to occur between law enforcement and youth, who placed barricades and threw rocks.
SARS, SWAT, the police, and the military all over Nigeria began a campaign of brutality against protesters on the 19th, killing several all across the country and allowing pro-SARS militants to roam free and brutalize demonstrators. Anonymous’ attacks continue to ramp up, despite being overshadowed by the attacks on protesters.
A special march was planned for Day 136 of the Louisville Protests on the 10th of October, marching through the center of Louisville to commemorate the murder of Breonna Taylor and its consequences across the world. Many took the chance to condemn the information found showing that the grand jury was not presented with murder charges upon which to indict the officers involved in her murder.
Thousands of students from the Bosphorus University in Istanbul gathered at the South Campus to protest against the installation of a new university rector by the Islamist AKP ruling party. Police responded by firing into the peaceful crowd with rubber bullets and tear gas, arresting several demonstrators.