White supremacists cheer Trump's evolving response to Charlottesville
President Trump?s comments about violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend have been condemned by Democrats, Republicans, business leaders and even athletes. ?I think he?s speaking to the fact that a nation should respect its heritage, its identity, its heroes, and we shouldn?t engage in antiwhite multicultural political correctness,? Matthew Heimbach told Yahoo News on Thursday. Heimbach was scheduled to speak at the event, which attracted supporters from white supremacist, ?alt-right? and neo-Nazi groups.
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Girl found 'brutally murdered' at home after texting mother about someone knocking at door
Yhoana Arteaga was found bludgeoned to death in her family's mobile home with her clothing "in disarray", police said. There was no evidence of forced entry to the trailer in Nashville, Tennessee. The girl had suffered blunt force trauma to her body, police spokesman Don Aaron told a press conference.
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'Little Aria will never know her dad': First named victim of Barcelona terror attack is Italian father-of-two
The first named victim of the terror attack in Barcelona is Bruno Gulotta, the father of two young children. He was on holiday with his partner and two children - one of whom is about to start elementary school and the other is seven months old, so young that she will never know her father. Mr Gulotta was crushed to death on the Ramblas by the terrorist lorry while strolling down the Ramblas hand in hand with his 5-year-old son who his wife Martina managed to snatch to safety in the nick of time, she was quoted as telling friends. Martina was following her husband carrying their seven-month-old baby girl Aria in a rucksack she was wearing on her chest when Bruno was run down, la Repubblica newspaper quoted her telling his workmates. Martina grabbed their son Alessandro, aged 5, and rushed both children to safety but Gulotta, aged 35, was killed instantly. Gulotta worked as a salesman in a computer shop in Legnano in northern Italy. Monuments around the world pay tribute to Barcelona terror attack victims 00:45 The Italian foreign ministry said three other Italians were injured in the attack. Two were discharged from hospital and the third was being treated for multiple fractures. Mr Gulotta, from Italy, was beloved by his colleagues at Tom's Hardware, who said they envied his work-life balance and that everyone in the company knew who he was. His colleague wrote on a post on the company's website: "He had posted on Facebook the stages of his journey and everything seemed to proceed as one would expect from a vacation trip. "A photo from Cannes, one of the Ramblas in Barcelona. And then what no one expects: the death of a young man, father and life partner of the mother of his children." His friends, family and colleagues found out on Wednesday night that Mr Gulotta had been killed in the attack. The father-of-two worked in marketing and sales at the company. A colleague wrote of him: "He was able to lead a rich family life and a brilliant professional career with a balance- and that I will always envy him." His colleague said his heart was going out to the children, "little Alexander, who is preparing to start elementary school with the awareness that his life and family will no longer be the same. Barcelona terror attack, in pictures "And then we think of the little Aria, who does not have the horrible scene in her eyes but will never know her dad. " At least 13 people were killed and more than 100 injured in a terror attack on Barcelona's Las Ramblas on Thursday. At least 24 different nationalities were among the dead and injured, officials said early on Friday morning. A spokesman for Spain's civil protection had earlier said said that among the victims in the popular seaside city were nationals from France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Argentina, Venezuela, Belgium, Australia, Hungary, Peru, Romania, Ireland, Greece, Cuba, Macedonia, China, Italy and Algeria - without detailing whether he was referring to those who died or were injured. Barcelona attack key articles
Children in conflict zones vulnerable to killing, rape: UN draft
Children are particularly vulnerable in the conflicts raging around the globe, according to a draft UN report that specifically pointed the finger of blame in Yemen at the Saudi-led coalition. The draft of an annual UN report on the impact of armed conflict on children lists the countries and entities accused of recruiting child soldiers and using children as weapons of war. "I am highly concerned by the scale and severity of the grave violations that were committed against children in 2016, which included alarming levels of killing and maiming, recruitment and use and denial of humanitarian access," Secretary General Antonio Guterres says in the draft seen by AFP.
Staff Change on Mueller Team Raises Questions
Rachel Maddow pursues reporting on the departure of former FBI counter-espionage chief Peter Strzok from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Trump Russia investigation team, questioning the reason and what it might mean for Mueller's effort.
Several people stabbed in Finnish city of Turku
Several people were stabbed in an knife attack in the Finnish city of Turku on Friday but it was not immediately clear if this was a militant action or had some other motive. The Turun Sanomat newspaper reported that at least one person was killed in the attack. Newspaper Helsingin Sanomat said eight people had been taken to hospital following the stabbings, some of them are in critical condition.
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