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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Far-right protesters want the antifa declared a domestic terror organisation. Far-right groups are rallying in the north-western US city of Portland, Oregon, amid fears of clashes with left-wing counter-protesters. Police have mounted a major operation to keep the two sides apart. At least four people have been arrested after skirmishes between the rival groups broke out. The stated aim of the far-right gathering is to urge that the antifa (anti-fascist) movement be declared a domestic terror organisation. Portland, one of the most liberal cities in the US, is regarded as an antifa stronghold. WHO'S ATTENDING THE RALLIES? The rally... Full story

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