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Charlottesville mourns after white nationalist rally turns deadly

Charlottesville mourns

A woman places flowers at a memorial to 32-year-old Heather Heyer, who was killed when a car plowed into a crowd of people protesting the white nationalist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va.

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Charlottesville mourns

People mourn Sunday at a memorial to 32-year-old Heather Heyer of Charlottesville, who was killed the day before when a car plowed into a crowd of people protesting against a white nationalist rally.

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Charlottesville on edge

A counter-protester tries to punch Jason Kessler, an organizer of Saturday’s Unite the Right rally, after Kessler tried to speak outside Charlottesville City Hall on Sunday.

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Charlottesville on edge

Jason Kessler, organizer of the Unite the Right rally, is rushed away by police after speaking in Charlottesville on Sunday. The day before, violence broke out at the white nationalist rally. A woman was killed when a car plowed into counter-protesters, and two troopers died when a Virginia state police helicopter crashed after monitoring the chaos. 

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Charlottesville mourns

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe holds hands and prays with Dr. Alvin Edwards, pastor of Mt. Zion First African Baptist Church. McAuliffe addressed the congregation the day after violence errupted around the Unite the Right rally, a gathering of white nationalists.

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Charlottesville mourns

Worshippers sing and pray during Sunday service at Mt. Zion First African Baptist Church in Charlottesville, a day after a woman was killed by a car that sped into a group of counter-protesters. 

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Charlottesville mourns

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe greets churchgoers during a worship service at Mt. Zion First African Baptist Church in Charlottesville.

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Charlottesville mourns

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe holds his notes before delivering remarks during morning services at the First Baptist Church in Charlottesville.

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Charlottesville mourns

Women hug as they bring flowers and balloons to the corner of Fourth and Water streets, where a car sped into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing one person and injuring dozens at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.

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Charlottesville mourns

A man places flowers at a makeshift memorial for the victims of Saturday’s attack in which a car plowed into a crowd of demonstrators opposing a nearby white nationalist rally. The driver has been charged with murder and other crimes. 

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Charlottesville mourns

Police stand watch near the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in the center of Emancipation Park the day after the Unite the Right rally devolved into violence in Charlottesville. White nationalists had gathered in the city Saturday, in part, to protest the removal of the statue. 

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