Who marched in Boston? Faces and voices from the rally and counterprotest
In the wake of deadly clashes outside a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend, plans for a ?free speech? rally in Boston Saturday featuring speakers with links to the ?Unite the Right? event in Virginia sent a wave of anxiety through the city, which despite its progressive reputation and historical association with abolition also has its own history of racial animosity. ?Free speech? has become a rallying cry for some on the right, in opposition to what they say is censorship of their views in the media and on college campuses.
6 Officers Shot in Florida and Pennsylvania, 2 Killed and 4 Wounded
How the Charleston massacre changed the Confederate flag market
Chicago activist loses US citizenship, will be deported
Flying dogs caught in action
These excited pooches are flying without wings in this series of hilarious images. Taken in July by photographer Peter Mueller, Each photo shows the canines? exuberant facial expressions, as they appear to be leaping through the air.
High-Speed Police Chases Under Scrutiny in Florida
Barcelona attack: CIA warned Spanish authorities of possible Las Ramblas terror two months ago, reports suggest
The CIA warned Catalan police two months ago that Las Ramblas in Barcelona could be a target for a terrorist attack, reports suggest. After attacks in Paris, London, Berlin and Brussels, US counter-terrorism officials reportedly believed Islamist terrorists could be planning a massacre in the Spanish city. At least 13 people were killed and more than 100 injured when a van ploughed into crowds of people on Las Ramblas on Thursday.
The 'body politic' rejects Donald Trump
Grace Mugabe returns home pursued by South Africa assault allegation
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe returned home from South Africa early on Sunday, state media reported, pursued by demands she face prosecution over an alleged assault of a 20-year-old model in an upmarket Johannesburg hotel room. Police had placed border posts on "red alert" to prevent her from leaving but South Africa's international relations minister said she had granted diplomatic immunity to the wife of Zimbabwe's 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe. "I hereby recognise the immunities and privileges of the First Lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Dr Grace Mugabe," the minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, said in a notice published in South Africa's Government Gazette on Sunday.
Two dead, six injured in Finland stabbing spree
Police shot and wounded a suspect after a stabbing spree in which a man killed two people and wounded six others in the Finnish city of Turku. Within hours of the attack on Friday the force had announced increased police patrols across the country. Two dead and six injured," Turku police tweeted after the assault in a market square.