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At least 10 struck along route of white nationalist gathering in Virginia

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A witness called the incident “absolutely intentional,” describing a car rear-ending another vehicle before plowing into a crowd. President Trump used Twitter to weigh in on the tensions in Charlottesville: “We ALL must be united & condemn…

White nationalists march through UVA with torches

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White nationalists marched through the University of Virginia on Friday night carrying torches while chanting “You will not replace us.”

Chanting 'blood and soil!' white nationalists with torches march on University of Virginia

Los Angeles Times

Chanting "blood and soil,” “white lives matter” and “you will not replace us,” scores of white nationalists holding torches marched across the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville on Friday night.

White nationalist rally at University of Virginia

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The local mayor called the torch-lit protest "a cowardly parade of hatred, bigotry and racism".

Torch-wielding white nationalists march through UVA campus

CBS News

Demonstrators clashed with counter-protesters around a statue of Thomas Jefferson ahead of a large rally planned for Saturday

White supremacists march through UVA; brawl with protesters

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Hundreds of white nationalists, carrying Tiki torches, gathered at the University of Virginia's campus Friday in Charlottesville and surrounded a group of counter-protesters.

Thousands descend on Charlottesville for 'Unite the Right' rally, counter-protest

USA TODAY

Police estimated 2,000 to 6,000 people would attend the gathering of white nationalists, neo-Nazis, alt-right activists and pro-Confederacy groups.

University Of Virginia March Sees White Nationalists Carrying Torches Clash With Counter-Protestors

A mob carrying torches and chanting slogans marched on a US university on Friday night.

Noon rally will come just hours after torch-bearing white nationalists marched at the University of Virginia

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Alt-right activists held torches and marched late Friday through the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville.

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