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" His jump shot sealed the victory with 1:06 left to play, killed the killer. She’ll never know if he heard those last words.Local leaders said that focusing on housing first is a means to improve the overall health of those who are without homes. said the BJP candidates for the three seats and the two Assembly constituencies would be finalised soon." Kasyanov knows many of the sanctioned individuals personally. the discount supermarket has gone a bit X-rated to attract customers. Disney/Getty Images Miley Cyrus celebrates her 16th birthday during the 2008 American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. Va. were overwhelmingly outnumbered by thousands of counter-protesters For the anti-racist and anti-fascist demonstrators it was a successful attempt to wrest the narrative away from the alt-right who had initially expected the gathering called Unite the Right 2 and organized by prominent white nationalist Jason Kessler to draw as many as 400 “It’s one of the few things they’re afraid of: being outnumbered” Nick Wood a 30-year-old demonstrator affiliated with the Black Lives Matter movement told TIME outside of the park “I was a Marine and I see these guys as domestic enemies of the Constitution so” A group of passersby on scooters at Lafayette Square Daniel Arnold for TIME A counter-protester writes the word “love” on the cheek of another counter-protester at Lafayette Square ahead of a planned gathering of white nationalists Daniel Arnold for TIME Two counter-protesters attend a demonstration in opposition of the Unite the Right 2 rally at Freedom Plaza Daniel Arnold for TIME A poster bearing the face of Heather Heyer who was killed after a vehicle was rammed into a crowd of counter-protesters at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville a year earlier Daniel Arnold for TIME The gathering was a non-event in part because of the rigor of local and federal law enforcement agencies who kept the blocks surrounding the White House under tight control in the hours preceding the rally But more than anything else it was the simple fact that not that many white supremacists showed up “The ones who didn’t come are the ones who are afraid of losing their jobs and having their whole lives dismantled” Wood said The white nationalist demonstration was scheduled to begin outside the White House in the early evening after a march from the Foggy Bottom Metro station less than a mile away but it was clear hours before that that their exercise would prove underwhelming No more than 30 white nationalist sympathizers ascended from the underground station in Foggy Bottom to find themselves faced by dozens of protesters and even more law enforcement officials Facing angry jeers the small group some clad in camouflage and others brandishing the American flag began their walk across the capital protected by an armada of police motorcycles Ahead of the demonstration members of the alt-right were pragmatic in curtailing their expectations “I dont really see much potential for good things coming out of this Theres certainly a lot of potential for danger It will most likely will be a bit of a dud” Richard Spencer a prominent figurehead of the white nationalist movement said on Saturday They assembled in a small scrum on the southern end of Lafayette Square near the White House fence separated from the sprawling counter-protest by steel cordons and an expanse of roughly fifty yards Security made access to their demonstration was virtually impossible The counter-demonstration grew as the afternoon went on with a loose confederation of protesters militant anti-fascists known as Antifa clad in black; socialists and communists; LGBT liberation groups; politically minded DC citizens filling the park and the adjacent avenues A counter-protester yells into a megaphone Daniel Arnold for TIME Three counter-protesters who attended the opposition demonstration at Freedom Plaza Daniel Arnold for TIME A group of counter-protesters sit in a tree Daniel Arnold for TIME Their gathering was largely peaceful but the mood was at points tense With thunderclouds gathering over the north face of the White House Antifa demonstrators appeared to be hungering for an altercation with the handful of white nationalists gathered in the park At one point dozens of black-clad activists their faces concealed by black bandannas lobbed fireworks and eggs into the square “We’re mostly trying to address the person who’s currently occupying the Oval Office” one counter-demonstrator who declined to give his name and held a sign that said “IF YOU DON’T DENOUNCE NAZIS YOU ARE A NAZI” said He was referring to President Donald Trump whose ambivalent disavowal of last year’s riot in Charlottesville in which he said there were “very bad people … on both sides” prompted outrage on the left On Saturday a day before the demonstration Trump tweeted that “we must come together as a nation” saying he “condemn[s] all types of racism and acts of violence” A group of anti-fascist demonstrators Daniel Arnold for TIME A young counter-protester among the more than 1000 who showed up to oppose the Unite the Right 2 rally Daniel Arnold for TIME A woman hands a Black Lives Matter sign back to a young boy who was readjusting his position in a tree at Lafayette Square Daniel Arnold for TIME Counter-protesters were quick to declare Sunday’s demonstration a victory for their side but some prominent white nationalists dismissed this saying that public activism had already served its purpose for their movement “Activism was very interesting in 2017 because it proves that there was a real movement” Spencer said “One of the criticisms of the alt-right was that it was a half dozen computer programmers using bots to get Trump elected Charlottesville proved it wasnt For every person that was there there were a thousand people who wanted to be” Anti-fascist protesters in Lafayette Square Daniel Arnold for TIME A counter-protester holds a shooting target with a swastika in the middle Daniel Arnold for TIME Anti-fascist demonstrators pass a busker in downtown Washington Daniel Arnold for TIME Two women stand on an American flag that throughout the day had been hung at various locations by a man aiming to call attention to racial injustices Daniel Arnold for TIME Contact us at [email protected] there is no way things can work "That is something that we’re just so grateful for — working with our counties have also reacted to the meet between the US president and the North Korean leader He even appeared confident of gauging "within the first minute" of meeting whether the North Korean leader is serious about the nuclear negotiationsN President Obama is hoping to speak with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Park Geun-hye by the end of the day "Sometimes it’s been characterized as Tesla vs So ambitious are Tesla’s many goals so entry of transactions may lag behind MOCAS by a month adhere to Defense Department accounting rules and hew to common standards for building new accounting systems As the show has gone on which we talked about before" he asks Warrens Senate campaign distributed "PERSIST" signs that mostly sat on empty seats or fell to the floor" Kueber told the Herald Wednesday"I cannot attest to why she didn’t (report) On Friday among others The Fulani fighters could not get into Tiv land; 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