Who marched in Boston? Faces and voices from the rally and counterprotest
Watts: When Leaders are Silent, They Are Agreeing With KKK
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Vehicle rams into bus shelters in Marseille kills one
Moroccan suspect in Barcelona attack turned more conservative in past year: family
By Samia Errazzouki MRIRT, Morocco (Reuters) - A suspect still at large after the Barcelona van attack began showing more religiously conservative behavior within the past year and refused to shake hands with women during a visit to his birthplace in Morocco in March, family members say. The relatives expressed shock and anger on Sunday after discovering the alleged involvement in the Barcelona attack of Younes Abouyaaqoub, 22, as well as his brother and two cousins, all originally from the small Moroccan town of Mrirt. Abouyaaqoub is one of 12 suspects in Thursday's attack on Las Ramblas, Barcelona's most famous boulevard, in which a van plowed into holidaymakers, killing 13 people.
Couple Who Engaged In Sexual Act Aboard Southwest Airlines Flight Questioned
Iraq launches battle for Tal Afar, IS bastion near Mosul
Iraqi forces on Sunday pounded the Islamic State group in Tal Afar, one of its last bastions in the country, in a new assault just weeks after ousting IS from second city Mosul. Once a key IS supply hub between Mosul -- around 70 kilometres (45 miles) further east -- and the Syrian border, Tal Afar is the last major population centre in northern Iraq under jihadist control. Weeks after recapturing Mosul in a major blow to the jihadists, convoys of Iraqi forces around Tal Afar began pounding IS positions from three sides at dawn Sunday.
The Note: Trump's return to Washington eclipsed by Charlottesville fallout
Stone Mountain another (huge) test for Confederate symbols
STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) ? The huge raised-relief images show a Confederate trinity sitting astride their horses, high above the ground. Hats held across their chests, President Jefferson Davis and Gens. Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson ride across the face of Stone Mountain into faded glory.
Falwell Jr. defends Trump's response to Charlottesville