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At least three dead after Virginia white supremacist rally

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News video: At least three dead after Virginia white supremacist rallyAt least three people after dead after a car crashed into counter-protestors in Charlottesville, Virginia. Nineteen other counter-protestors were injured. Republican Senator Cory Gardner The counter-protests were in response to Saturday's "United the Right" march protesting the removal of Confederate monuments.

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