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Internet firms cut off white supremacist groups

Silicon Valley has joined a swelling backlash against US neo-Nazi groups as more technology companies removed white supremacists from their services in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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White House chief of staff John Kelly, left, watches on as President Donald Trump speaks to the media in the lobby of Trump Tower. Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP
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Trump stokes flames by spreading blame for Charlottesville bloodshed

President Donald Trump has poured petrol on a firestorm of race-related political division, backtracking on his previous condemnation of far-right groups for the deadly Charlottesville rally, and instead insisting both left and right-wing groups were at fault for the violence.

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Trump bows to pressure on white nationalist rally

US President Donald Trump has denounced neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan as criminals and thugs, bowing to mounting political pressure to condemn such groups explicitly after a white-nationalist rally turned deadly in Virginia.