Confederate obelisk removed from Georgia square amid cheers 

DECATUR (AP) – With hundreds of people watching as midnight approached, a crane moved in and took down a Confederate monument that stood in the town square of an Atlanta suburb since 1908. The stone obelisk was lifted from its base with straps amid jeers and chants of “Just drop it!” from onlookers in Decatur, Georgia, who were kept a safe distance by sheriff’s deputies. More details in Weekend’s Borneo Bulletin