At least 51 people have been killed in political violence since August, but most deaths have occurred in clashes between protesters and police.
Protests over the past two days had been peaceful, but by Thursday night there were clashes with police throughout the night, as protesters set up barricades of rocks and burning tyres.
August 30 Victory Day marks the Turkish victory against the Greek forces at the final battle of the War of Independence in 1922.
The last coast-to-coast solar eclipse in the United States occurred in 1918.
G20 Summit was plagued by violent protests that included arson, damage to property and looting. Clashes between security personnel and demonstrators in Hamburg left more than 200 police officers injured and saw more than 140 people arrested.
Clash between riot police and angry protesters marks the latest violence in nearly two months of unrest in which 58 people have died.
Fresh clashes broke out between protesters and police as demonstrations in Venezuela enter eighth week.
Unrest began in Buenaventura on Friday after a days-long peaceful strike ended in violent clashes between the protesters and security forces. Demonstrators have been protesting against lack of access to running water and basic services.
In recent weeks, protesters have thrown everything from excrement to petrol bombs at security forces, who have used tear gas and rubber bullets to block marches. At least 46 people have been killed in the anti-government protests.
Christians observe Good Friday as part of the Easter Holy Week to commemorate their belief in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Turkey's foreign ministry issued two diplomatic notes, the first condemning the treatment of its ministers, the second note slamming police actions against Turkish protesters.
At least 51 people died in the attack claimed by Daesh which comes a day after another blast killed and injured dozens in the Sadr City district of Baghdad.
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