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.
Protesters in Thailand took to the streets in crowds of at least 50,000 people after the spectacle of the October 16th demonstrations. Protesters have become highly organized, similarly to those in Hong Kong, with supply lines being made to distribute umbrellas, helmets, ponchos, and the like. Demonstrators prepared for an onslaught of water cannons, but the police never arrived.
Protesters commemorated the Beirut explosion that killed hundreds of people in the city and began the anti-government protests. Thousands of demonstrators took part in the march to the Port where the blast occurred, condemning the government for its failure to handle the explosion and its aftermath.
Hundreds of demonstrators in Antofagasta returned to the streets demanding the immediate amnesty for the political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising in Chile, setting barricades across the city and blockading roads as the country moves into the 2nd day of the national mobilization demanding the resignation of the current president.