Supporters of activists arrested in Myanmar amid protests over the country's recent military coup turned up with flowers at their court appearance.
People waited until 8 pm (local time) when they began hitting pots and pans on the street.
Clashes broke out and police said at least 23 people were arrested.
The clashes are becoming a flashpoint between the Socialist government and the centre-right opposition party who have demanded the prime minister's resignation.
Police said the driver, a woman, was stopped near the area. She was taken into custody and questioned. It's not clear whether she will face charges.
Protesters threw stones and flares at police, according to Albania's interior ministry.
Protesters gathered in Bangkok on Sunday, in another of a long series of pro-democracy demonstrations calling for reforms of both the government and the monarchy.
The pro-democracy movement has been pushing a bold challenge to reform the country's monarchy with almost daily demonstrations.
The march took place on the day national lockdown rules come into force.
Clashes erupted between some protesters and police as thousands of people on Sunday demonstrated in Santiago to mark the anniversary of the movement that led to massive protests in 2019.
In Barcelona, hospitality industry workers took to the streets, banging pots and pans and throwing eggs at the city hall following an order for bars and restaurants to close for the next 15 days to slow rising coronavirus infections.
Protesters clashed with police in Kygryzstan's capital during a demonstration against the results of a parliamentary election.
Chilean police used water cannons and pepper spray to disperse protesters gathered at Santiago's iconic Plaza Italia square.
From September 21 until October 4, a maximum of nine people can gather inside or outside, except in restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Concerts and live musical performances have been banned and indoor cinemas closed.