At least 50 people are injured in Dhaka as police use batons and tear gas to beat back civilians protesting against frequent power outage.
A "Wall of Vets" join the front lines of the city's growing protests to support the rights of the protesters, to counter the demonstrators' "violent anarchists" label, and to support Navy veteran Christopher J. David, who, on Monday, was struck by federal officers as he approached them to ask a question. A "Wall of Moms" in yellow shirts and a "Wall of Dads" in orange shirts line up behind the vets, who stayed together until a cloud of tear gas scattered much of the crowd. [https:--www.nytimes.com-2020-07-25-us-a-wall-of-vets-joins-the-front-lines-of-portland-protests.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage ("The New York Times")] [https:--www.nytimes.com-2020-07-20-us-portland-protests-navy-christopher-david.html ("The New York Times")²]
Police use batons, pepper spray, tear gas and water cannon to disrupt activists expressing concern about the safety of a temporary warehouse in Gorleben where nuclear waste is being transported via train from France to Germany. It is thought to be the largest such mobilisation ever.