"I cannot allow myself to be blackmailed by anybody," Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said during the live stream as he refused protester demands.
At least one person was killed in protests in Jalalabad where demonstrators lowered the Taliban's flag and replaced it with Afghanistan's.
"It was not okay, and it will not be happening again," the racetrack said, adding "we can and will do better."
Prosecutors say the St. Paul man who was accused of driving into a group of protesters in Minneapolis was attempting to "jump" the barricade with his car.
Vice President Kamala Harris was met with pro-Trump protesters on a trip to meet with the Guatemalan president.
Femen leader Inna Shevchenko wrote on Twitter, explaining that the stunt was intended to "denounce the hypocrisy of this November 11th [Armistice Day], which celebrates peace with the greatest dictators, racist, homophobic, sexist and anti-liberty [leaders] of the planet."
Dozens of demonstrators were alleged to have been killed in clashes with Nigerian security forces in the past week.
Eight people were sent to the hospital following the accident.
"We consider all justified appeals from state bodies," Google said in a statement. "We also require advertisers to act in accordance with the local law and our advertising policies."
"This video is shocking. Today we have the feeling that in Macron's entourage one is above the law," Laurent Wauquiez said.
The president has refused to release the documents, saying only journalists are interested in them.
Protesters were outnumbered by left-wing counter-demonstrators in Berlin.
Republican front-runner had to halt his motorcade and go through a back entrance to deliver a speech at a hotel.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi wants to replace some ministers with technocrats in order to combat corruption.