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Bloody Friday can refer to various events in history that occurred on a Friday:
- Bloody Friday (1919), also known as the Battle of George Square, a riot in Glasgow in 1919.
- Bloody Friday (Minneapolis), a police shooting of pickets in Minneapolis in 1934
- Bloody Friday (1968), demonstrations against the Brazilian military regime and civil responses to police repression.
- Bloody Friday (1972), a series of bombings by the Provisional Irish Republican Army.
- Bloody Friday (1993), an ethnic cleansing during the Angolan Civil War.
- Bloody Friday (1998), a confrontation between university students and police forces during the May 1998 riots in Indonesia.
- Bloody Friday (2008) which saw many of the world's stock exchanges experience the worst declines in their history, with drops of around 10% in most indices.
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