For the first time, a team from the Organization of American States this year is observing a U.S. election.
Islamist militants groups are responsible for many of the journalist killings, said the Committee to Protect Journalists.
"We're excited to be bypassing the left-wing media," one Trump adviser said.
Marchers held signs reading "Pussy Fights Back."
Poll results come amid allegations that Russia hacked the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton's campaign emails.
"Justice is still justice, even if it's 30 years late."
The Republican presidential nominee's comments about torture and minority groups make him "dangerous," Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said.
Pence also said he was offended by Donald Trump's sexually predatory comments on leaked 2005 tape.
Girls' work "is less visible and often undervalued," according to UNICEF.
Outside observers have monitored U.S. elections since 2002.
One lawmaker said the protest "caused us to think and taught us humility."
Cities around the world held 'Black Monday' protests in solidarity with striking Polish women.
Staring in January, Ohio will again begin executing inmates after halting the practice in 2014.
Trump asked colleagues which woman would be a "tiger in bed," according to the AP.