Three dead, dozens hurt after Virginia white nationalist rally is dispersed; Trump blames 'many sides'

At least three people were killed and 35 injured after a violence-filled Saturday in Charlottesville, Va., where white nationalists had gathered for one of their largest rallies in at least a decade, only to see their event end in chaos and national controversy.

Bloody street brawls broke out between dozens of anti-racism activists and far-right attendees, many of whom carried shields, weapons and Nazi and Confederate battle flags.

One woman was killed when a driver plowed a sports car into a crowd of protesters; he was arrested and charged with murder and other crimes.

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