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Protesters scramble to get away from approaching police firing tear gas and impact munitions to disperse protesters in downtown Portland during 4th of July demonstrations against systemic racism and police violence. Jonathan Levinson/OPB hide caption

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Police Declare Portland Protests A Riot But This Definition Could Be Rooted In Racism

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People gather in protest in front of the Mark O. Hatfield federal courthouse in downtown Portland as the city experiences another night of unrest on July 28, 2020 in Portland, Oregon. Protesters in downtown Portland have faced off in often violent clashes with the Portland Police Bureau and, more recently, federal officers. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters gather in front of the Mark O. Hatfield federal courthouse in downtown Portland, where some demonstrators have been arrested and others released from jail on the condition that they not attend any more protests. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Protests in Portland, shown here on July 24, have grown increasingly heated with the presence of federal agents. On Monday, groups and individual protesters sued the federal government over its response. Kathryn Elsesser/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A federal judge has denied Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum's request for a temporary restraining order against what she described as unconstitutional tactics by federal officers deployed to protests in Portland. Ankur Dholakia/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Federal officers walk through tear gas while dispersing a crowd during a July 21 protest in Portland, Ore. A temporary restraining order on Thursday blocked federal agents from knowingly targeting journalists and legal observers. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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Federal agents disperse protesters near the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse on Monday in Portland, Ore. State and local officials say the federal law enforcement officers have incited violence in the city. Noah Berger/AP hide caption

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France's Olivier Giroud, center, goes down after a header during the group C match between Denmark and France at the 2018 soccer World Cup at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Tuesday. The teams played to a scoreless tie — the tournament's first. David Vincent/AP hide caption

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Thousands of protesters gather in Portland, Ore., Sunday, for competing rallies following last month's fatal stabbing of two men on a light-rail train by a man police say was shouting anti-Muslim slurs. Kristena Hansen/AP hide caption

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A heart-shaped wreath covered with positive messages hangs on a traffic light pole Saturday at a memorial for two bystanders who were stabbed to death Friday on a light-rail train in Portland, Ore. Gillian Flaccus/AP hide caption

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Marionberry fruit photographed at the National Centre for Organic Gardening, which has been the headquarters of the Henry Doubleday Research Association since the early 1980s. Michael Boys/Corbis/VCG/Getty Images hide caption

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There are signs around the reservoirs in Portland's Mount Tabor Park that warn against putting anything in the water. They apparently didn't dissuade one young man from urinating into the city's drinking supply this week. Randy L. Rasmussen/The Oregonian/Landov hide caption

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