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Portland protesters burn US flags, police arrive

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A US flag was set on fire and police were deployed in the early hours of Saturday morning, as protests in Portland Oregon continued. (August 1)
 
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The mayor of Portland was teargassed by federal agents during protests against the presence of the agents sent by Donald Trump to quell unrest in the city. Ted Wheeler, the Democratic mayor of the city in Oregon, said it was the first time he had been teargassed. Protesters had lit a large fire and...

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