Arab countries are seeing a third day of relative calm -- but the protests against an anti-Islamic film continue to rage in Asia.
Hundreds of protesters torched a press club and a government building in Pakistan, leading to clashes with police that left at least one person dead.
Demonstrators also battled with police outside a U.S. military base in Afghanistan and the U.S. Embassy in Indonesia.
The crowd set fire to cars and chanted "Death to America," according to a CBS report.
Indonesians angered over an anti-Islam film are protesting in more cities, but no violence has been reported.
The American-made film "Innocence of Muslims" ridicules Islam and depicts the Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman.
It prompted violent protests in several countries.
The violence is the most serious wave of anti-American protests in the Muslim world since the start of the Arab Spring revolts last year.
The family of the filmmaker left their California home in the middle of the night.
A spokesman with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says Nakoula Basseley Nakoula's relatives left their Cerritos home about 3:45 a.m. Monday. Deputies gave them a ride and they were reunited with Nakoula, then taken to an undisclosed location.
Nakoula wore heavy apparel to disguise his appearance when he left his home over the weekend. Federal probation officers, who are reviewing a 2010 case in which he pleaded guilty to a bank fraud charge, interviewed him.
Federal authorities have identified Nakoula as the key figure behind "Innocence of Muslims," a film denigrating Islam that ignited violence against U.S. embassies in the Middle East.
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