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Man takes stand against street bonfire amid uncertainty over what happens next in Portland protests

Seattle Times Thursday, 30 July 2020 ()
Protests in Portland are in transition as federal officers are set to withdraw from the city. On Wednesday night, one man took a stand against lighting of a bonfire.
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