theresa may condemns "racism" in Charlottesville by White Nationalists
British Prime Minister theresa may condemned "racism and hatred" of white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia, after the demonstrations descended to the point of violence that killed a 32-year-old woman.

"We sympathize with and call Charlottesville," Mai said in a tweet via Social Networking website (Twitter), stressing that Britain stands with the United States against racism, hatred and violence.

A car of anti-racist activists crashed last Saturday during a protest against a crowd of white nationalists and neo-Nazis in Virginia, killing a woman who was traveling in the area and injuring 19 people.

The attack in Charlottesville followed violent clashes between the two sides earlier in the day, forcing the governor to declare a state of emergency and called on the protesters to return to their homes.

A video posted on social networking sites showed a car raced very fast between a number of cars that were slowly moving through a crowd of demonstrators, killing a woman, and arrested 20-year-old James Fields Jr., from Ohio, where he faces murder charges.

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