Clashes erupt in Portland at far-right, anti-Trump rallies

Several people have been arrested in the US city of Portland after scuffles between police and far-right protesters, as well as those opposing US President Donald Trump.

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    Several people have been arrested in the US city of Portland after scuffles between police and far-right protesters, as well as those opposing US President Donald Trump.

    The demonstrations took place days after a white supremacist stabbed to death two men who rushed to help girls being abused on a train.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Portland.


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