Portland protests continue overnight as U.S. federal agents told to withdraw
Protests continued in Portland into early Thursday morning calling for justice against police brutality and anti-Black racism after the Oregon governor announced Wednesday that the federal agents would be pulling out of the city.
Federal agents who have been guarding the U.S. courthouse during violent protests in downtown Portland, Oregon, will begin withdrawing in the next 24 hours, Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday, though Trump administration officials said some would remain in the building and the entire contingent would stay in the city on standby.
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