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READ: Presidents George W. Bush & George HW Bush Release Statement on Charlottesville

READ: Presidents George W. Bush & George HW Bush Release Statement on Charlottesville

Mr. Trump on Saturday said " many sides " deserved blame for the violence, then specifically criticized neo-Nazis and white nationalists Monday, before again blaming both sides in a press conference Tuesday. While in the past he'd been happy to issue moral judgments about other politicians, fellow heads of state, journalists and clothing retailers , here, facing questions about racism, he appeared to reject the role of moral arbiter.


Special glasses essential for viewing the solar eclipse

Special glasses essential for viewing the solar eclipse

Schmoll says if you travel to that path where a total eclipse is visible, you won't be disappointed. They found out in June that they has been awarded the grant. Optometrist Eric Oberdorf from Stonehenge Vision Source said that looking at even a partial eclipse can damage the retina, the light-sensitive portion of the eye.


Floods kill over 300, fears rise for 600 missing

Floods kill over 300, fears rise for 600 missing

An independent but unofficial morgue estimate put the toll at 400 dead. The total number of deaths reported at the Connaught Hospital is 297, including 109 children, 83 women and 105 men, Cornnelius Deveaux, the country's deputy minister of information and communication, told the press earlier Tuesday.


Iranian top general meets Turkey's Erdogan to discuss terrorism

Iranian top general meets Turkey's Erdogan to discuss terrorism

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told the TRT Haber news channel on Wednesday that the Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces Valery Gerasimov will visit Ankara to discuss the Syrian crisis. Some reports suggest that this visit might be a final confirmation of Turkish military purchasing an S-400 missile defense system from Russian Federation, further developing strategic cooperation between the two countries.


President Trump weighs in on Confederate monument debate

President Trump weighs in on Confederate monument debate

Are we going to take down his statue? Among the contents of the email are claims that Confederate leader Robert E. Lee (a statue of whom right-wingers in Charlottesville vowed to protect) is "no different" than President George Washington and that Muslim terrorists have "infiltrated" the Federal Bureau of Investigation and activists groups like Black Lives Matter .



'Points for us': Charlottesville doco on SBS exposes neo-Nazis

Whites aren't "inclined to such behavior", Cantwell says. His play-by-play of the march-turned-melee provided a glimpse into the extremist undercurrent of the "Unite the Right" rally. The documentary includes horrific footage of the moment a Nazi sympathiser's vehicle sped into a group of protesters, leaving three people dead and countless injured.