Amazon holds career day at HQ2 site in Arlington, Virginia | AFP

Thousands of job seekers flock to Amazon’s career fair in Arlington, Virginia, hoping to land a job at the tech giant’s HQ2 site. Amazon plans to fill 400 jobs at the new headquarters by the end of the year, and hire 25,000 employees over the next decade.

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Liberty University students protest on campus

Students at Liberty University in Virginia have gathered to protest in the wake of news reports containing allegations that school president Jerry Falwell Jr. “presides over a culture of self-dealing” and improperly benefited from the institution. (Sept. 13)

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House believed to be that of alleged high-level spy pulled out of Russia by the US | AFP

Images of a house in Virginia believed to be that of an alleged high-level mole in the Russian government who had confirmed President Vladimir Putin’s direct role in interfering in the 2016 US presidential election, according to US media. The alleged agent is claimed to have been the highest-level US source inside Russia, with regular access to Putin. IMAGES

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Hurricane Dorian wind and rain reach Charleston

Hurricane Dorian, back to a Category 3 storm, raked the Southeast U.S. seaboard late Wednesday, threatening to inundate coasts from Georgia to Virginia with a dangerous storm surge. Strong wind and heavy rain reached Charleston, South Carolina. (Sept. 5)

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Manhunt ends with capture of naked man

Police in Virginia caught a naked 18-year-old after an intense manhunt in the slayings of two women and a child. Investigators say the man, who is related to the victims, emerged from a wooded area, attacked a church worker then ran past cameras. (Aug. 28)

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US marks the arrival of Angela, the ‘Eve’ of enslaved Africans | AFP

Angela, one of the first known African slaves brought to British North America, appears in records in 1619, arriving after a long and arduous journey that saw her ripped from her homeland in present-day Angola, forced to endure a sea voyage across the Atlantic, attacked by pirates and ultimately forced to work for British settlers in Jamestown, Virginia. 400 years after her arrival, the country looks back on America’s beginnings, and what would lay the foundation for slavery, as well as inequality and hardship that still exist today.

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Ghana draws African-American tourists with ‘Year of Return’ | AFP

African-American visitors flock to Ghana as it marks the “Year of Return” to remember the 400th anniversary of the first slave ship landing in Virginia. The West African nation is banking on the commemorations to give a major boost to the number of tourist arrivals as it encourages the descendants of slaves to “come home”.

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Trump hails Virginia’s ‘four incredible centuries’

President Donald Trump is marking the 400th anniversary of the rise of American democracy in Jamestown, Virginia by celebrating “four incredible centuries of history, heritage and commitment to the righteous cause of American self-government.” (July 30)

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US: DEA agent on bringing down the ‘almost untouchable’ El Chapo | AFP

From 2012, DEA Special Agent Ray Donovan spearheaded the investigation of the Sinaloa cartel that resulted in the arrest of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, who was sentenced to life in prison last week. Donovan, who worked from Virginia to coordinate efforts to track down Guzman in Mexico, says the Sinaloa cartel continues to control “the drug distribution markets in the United States.”

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