Over 3,000 people took to the streets in the capital of Canada to protest Canadian ties to Azerbaijan, as well as demanding recognition for the republic of Nagorno-Karabakh/Artsakh. No significant clashes occurred between the demonstrators and police forces.
Over 800 workers from the Chinese-backed mining company PT VDNI at Sultra in the southwest Indonesian province of Sulawesi went on strike demanding a fair wage and better working conditions. A number of buses and heavy vehicles were all burnt down. The PT Virtue Dragon Nickel Industry corporation both smelted and mined nickel, and other demands aside from a pay raise were a demand for 36+-month contracts.
Dozens of protesters gathered at the Capitol Complex of New Jersey in Trenton, demanding drivers’ licenses for undocumented immigrants who would face deportation if they sought one from the authorities right now. Police responded with a heavy presence, deploying a helicopter over the march and sending several cop cars on the ground.