Tear gas and crowd-control munitions were used in Portland, Oregon, on July 26-27, the 60th night of anti-racism protests in the city.
The Oregonian estimated that a crowd of around 1,000 gathered near the Mark O Hatfield Federal Courthouse. Fireworks were launched from the crowd, the paper said, with federal officers responding with tear gas and crowd-control munitions.
This footage shows officers and protesters outside the court building. Some protesters are seen using leaf blowers to disperse the gas. Credit: @gravemorgan via Storyful