Washington  — US homeland security officials said on Monday they had no intention of pulling back in Portland, Oregon, after a federal crackdown on antiracism protests that included the use of unmarked cars and unidentified officers in camouflage.

Weeks of protests in Portland over police brutality and systemic racism intensified as federal officers began cracking down on crowds last week, using teargas to disperse protesters and taking some into custody without explanation...

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