Police said more than 300 students and police officers were treated in hospitals for injuries suffered in a similar protest in the same area the previous day.
New Zealand police said on Monday they arrested a man for making threats in the capital city of Wellington which local media reported were related to bombs.
The wounded protester received initial first aid from officers before paramedics arrived, the source said, adding the victim was then taken to Princess Margaret Hospital.
The arrests came after a night of pitched street battles between riot police and stone-throwing protesters — many high school and university students — in Jakarta's sprawling downtown core.
Hong Kong authorities mopped up on Wednesday after the most violent clashes in nearly four months of anti-government unrest, including the shooting of a teenage demonstrator
Five people were injured in the incident, which caused a fire on board, the Interfax news agency cited the service as saying. It is the fourth such incident in recent weeks. Last week Russia detained three North Korean vessels and more than 200 crew.
Sri Lanka’s police chief, who has been suspended for alleged negligence leading to Easter on Sunday bomb attacks, has been arrested for allegedly threatening a worker at police headquarters two years ago.
Indonesian police say they have arrested 36 suspected militants ahead of the presidential inauguration that will be attended by Asian leaders. National police spokesman Dedi Prasetyo said on Thursday the arrests in eight provinces
Police have banned the march in the city's Kowloon district, citing concerns over public safety, and a court on Saturday said the destination of the march - the main railway interchange with mainland China - could be attacked and vandalised.