The first day after the publication of early results for the presidential election, Guineans took to the streets and clashed with police, who used live ammunition. Dozens of injuries occurred, but no protesters are insofar recorded to have been killed.
Dozens of protesters gathered in Paris in solidarity with migrants being evicted from their camp by the French police, with many being assaulted, a journalist among them. Police violently tore up tents as protesters chanted ‘No Justice, No Peace!’ After police exited the area, activists and migrants cheered them off, before returning to tear-gas and attack activists and refugees.
Protesters gathered in the central Greek city of Volos on the 6-month anniversary of the death of Vasilis Maggos, a 27-year-old who was mysteriously found dead one month after being brutally beaten by police at an environmentalist demonstration against burning trash. Vasilis had been left with many ribs broken until he was close to dying from asphyxiation and dehydration; police then took him to a freezer and gave him water drop by drop.
Thousands of students took to the streets of Thessaloniki to protest a law passed by the Ministry of Education which would create a university police force for the first time since the fall of Greece’s military junta. Near the end of the demonstrations, clashes between demonstrators and police occurred, with Molotov cocktails and tear gas being thrown.