US: Violent clashes erupt in Virginia rally, emergency declared

Saturday, 12 August 2017  (1 week ago)
Violent clashes today erupted between white supremacists and counter demonstrators in a rally in the US state of Virginia, prompting the authorities to declare an emergency. The violence broke out ahead of the 'Unite the Right' rally by white supremacists protesting against the planned removal of a statue of Confederate general...

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