White supremacists are set to rally outside the White House on Sunday, one year after torch-wielding neo-Nazis clashed with counter demonstrators in a deadly protest that highlighted the growing boldness of the extreme right in the United States.
They declined, though, to detail specific security threats or whether known white supremacists and nationalists, such as rally organizer Jason Kessler, would be in the area.
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The states of emergency will allow state and city agencies to get additional resources, Gov. Ralph Northam said in a statement.
Violent fighting broke out between attendees and counter-protesters that day. They unfurled a banner reading "Last year they came w/ torches".
Stern and other state, county and city officials said to expect large numbers of law enforcement officers in and around Charlottesville as part of a large-scale, multiagency safety and security plan to head off violence. Thirty-two-year-old counter-protester Heather Heyer was killed by self-described white supremacist James Alex Fields Jr., who rammed a vehicle into a crowd at high speed.
Trump has retweeted white nationalist material, said Mexicans crossing the USA border are rapists and drug dealers, once referred to a Hispanic Miss Universe as "Miss Housekeeping" and employed Steve Bannon, a central figure of the new "alt-right" in America, as his campaign chief and top strategist for a time.
The rally is being billed as a "white civil rights rally" meant to protest "civil rights abuse in Charlottesville".
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The Election Commission said a notification will now be issued for Khan's victory from the NA-53 constituency in Islamabad . It was being speculated that Khan would take the oath prior to Pakistan's Independence Day celebrations on August 14.
Throughout the day, only three people were arrested on misdemeanor charges, one for trespassing, one for disorderly conduct and one for possessing a prohibited item, the city said. A state police helicopter later crashed, killing two troopers.
Lisa Woolfork, a University of Virginia professor and Black Lives Matter Charlottesville organizer, said police are mounting a "huge, overwhelming show of force to compensate for last year's inaction".
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News Corp said net loss available to shareholders narrowed to $372 million in the fourth quarter from $430 million a year earlier. Total revenue surged 30 percent to $2.69 billion, above estimates of $2.65 billion.
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Erdogan has been putting pressure on Turkey's central bank to not raise interest rates in order to keep fueling economic growth. Deteriorating ties between the US and Turkey - both North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members - have also alarmed investors.
Discord to launch digital game store
Discord's store will be lead "more by friendships and playing together" rather "than what is now available in the ecosystem". It was confirmed via email by a representative that "all games [offered on the storefront] will be curated by Discord ".