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Trump denounces "hatred" after violent protests in Virginia and her governor declares a state of emergency

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US President Donald Trump on Saturday condemned the violence in the city of Charlottesville, Virginia, between white nationalists and anti-racist demonstrators.
There is no place for this type of violence in America, "Trump said on Twitter.
Officials agreed to a protest march in the city center but canceled the event and declared a state of emergency after the outbreak of violence
On Saturday, a car raided a number of participants in a far-right rally in Virginia.
The governor of Virginia has declared a state of emergency after clashes and rallies between a right-wing extremist group and opposition groups at a rally in Charlottesville, AFP reported.
The demonstrators, white nationalists and anti-protesters, rushed to Charlottesville.
Thousands are expected to flock to the city to take part in the "right-wing" rally and anti-riot protesters hours after a number of people demonstrated with their torches on the normally peaceful campus of Medina.
On Friday, state governor Terry McAuliffe called on state residents to stay away from marches.
After the clash, police began evacuating the Emancipation park in the city and carried out a number of arrests after announcing that the people in the park were participating in an "illegal gathering".
Police said via Twitter: Two people were "seriously injured, but their lives are not threatened."
Police also reported that several demonstrators used pepper spray.
Some demonstrators dressed in military uniforms were throwing bottles even before the start of the march.
As a result, the city's officials declared a state of emergency, warning of unrest, possibly causing injury to people and destroying public and private property.
The far-right march follows a smaller demonstration last month in which dozens of Ko-Klaks-Klan members gathered to protest against city plans to remove the statue of General Robert Lee, who led the Confederate forces in the American Civil War.
The images of these demonstrators, some of whom wore white masks known to this community, spread to social networking sites despite the number of demonstrators who opposed them.
The rallies, which preceded the demonstrations on Friday night, turned violent when a group of nationalists who believed in the supremacy of the far-right white race faced anti-Arab demonstrators.
One of the protesters was arrested and charged with assault and abuse, according to Virginia University President Teresa Sullivan, who condemned the demonstration.
"I am very sad and disturbed by this hateful act, which was carried out by the demonstrators who were carrying the burners and marched on campus this evening," Sullivan said.
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Post by rocky Sun 13 Aug 2017, 3:09 am


The emergency declaration in Virginia after the outbreak of racial clashes

13/08/2017

The death toll from the Charlottesville protests in Virginia has risen to five after two people were killed by a helicopter crash near the scene of clashes between nationalists and protesters opposed to them.
The clashes broke out on Saturday (August 12th) between nationalists and opposition protesters, after the Charlottesville city council decided to remove a statue of the slave era of General Robert Lee, a Union supporter during the American Civil War, which angered the nationalists.
A spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration, Jim Peters, said a Bell 407 helicopter carrying two people crashed 11 kilometers southwest of Charlottesville, but it was not immediately clear why.
In a statement on Facebook, Virginia police said the two men died without giving details. As a result of an attack that targeted a crowd during the clashes, at least three people were killed and about 20 injured.
The governor of Virginia said the incident was deliberate and three suspects were arrested.
A video posted on social media sites, a dark car, was violently stamped on the back of another car, colliding with a car in front of it. Then the car started again in the direction of the rear to hit a number of demonstrators.
A number of witnesses reported that the victims were demonstrators who came to Charlottesville to denounce the attitude of the extreme right-wing groups such as Ku Klux Klan and the neo-Nazis, who oppose the lifting of a statue symbolizing the era of slavery.
Thousands of far-right supporters from across the United States came to Charlottesville to show their strength and the large number of their hard-line ideas. Opponents of racism and extremist ideologues rallied against them.
US President Donald Trump condemned the clashes and called for unity and rejection of all forms of hatred and violence.
The Virginia city council voted to allow the police chief to declare a curfew after the violence, and the state governor declared a state of emergency because of the clashes. Sf The Virginia city council voted to allow the police chief to declare a curfew after the violence, and the state governor declared a state of emergency because of the clashes. Sf The Virginia city council voted to allow the police chief to declare a curfew after the violence, and the state governor declared a state of emergency because of the clashes. Sf

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US National Guard troops descend into the streets of Virginia


12/08/2017



WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The governor of Virginia has put the state's National Guard troops on standby while there have been clashes between hard-line supporters and anti-racist groups.

Thousands of hard-line supporters rallied in one of the state's small towns to show their strength and display the large numbers of supporters of their hard-line ideas across the United States.

Opponents of racism and anti-Islamic radicals have rallied against the right, while the protest is likely to turn into violent clashes between the two sides.

"We must all unite and condemn all forms of hatred," US President Donald Trump called for unity. "This kind of violence has no place in America, let us unite." Jh

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Post by rocky Sun 13 Aug 2017, 3:15 am

Emergency declaration in a US city for clashes between police and supporters of the right


12/08/2017



The city of Charlottesville, Virginia, declared a state of emergency following clashes between police, right-wing supporters and anti-racism activists over the decision to remove a statue of an American general who supported slavery.

State Governor Terry McCullough forced the state to declare a state of emergency in the city, while police called on loudspeakers hundreds of protesters to leave the downtown park.

Hundreds of right-wing supporters gathered in front of an unlicensed demonstration to protest the local authorities' decision to remove the statue of Gen. Robert Edward Lee, who was the commander of Southern Coalition forces during the US Civil War.

The streets of the center of the city since yesterday evening clashes between the parties, while the police deployed additional reinforcements indiscriminately in the vicinity of the region, according to NBC.

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Post by rocky Sun 13 Aug 2017, 3:33 am

A car shocked demonstrators in Virginia




A car ran over a crowd during a demonstration marred by clashes between supporters of the extreme right and their opponents in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, 12 August.

A number of people, some of whom were described as "very serious", were injured as a result of clashes between supporters of the hard-line and anti-racist groups. According to Sputnik.

Merriam Dickler, a spokeswoman for the city of Charlottesville, said in a text message that the incident involved three vehicles and several injuries occurred, according to Reuters.

Witnesses said four people were seen at the scene and that paramedics had taken one of them away. Several ambulances arrived at the site shortly after Saturday afternoon.

The governor of Virginia, the state's National Guard, was on standby, asserting that the state was in a state of emergency as a result of clashes in Charlottesville, while US President Donald Trump called for unity. "We must all unite and condemn all forms, Hate. This kind of violence has no place in America. Let us unite. "

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