Violent clashes erupt at ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Virginia, state of emergency declared
Saturday, 12 August 2017
Officials in Charlottesville, Virginia declared a state of emergency Saturday morning ahead of the “Unite the Right” rally as tensions rose and small clashes broke out.
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