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US Federal Agents in Portland for Protests Reportedly Expected to Stay Until Mid-October

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News video: Federal agents to start leaving Portland

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Oregeon's governor says federal agents who have clashed with protesters will start leaving Portland tomorrow. It's part of a plan between the state and homeland security.

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