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    Officials Work to Resolve Armed Standoff at Oregon Wildlife Refugei
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    Jeff Custer
    January 04, 2016 7:10 PM
    U.S. authorities are working to resolve a standoff with a group of anti-government militiamen at a federal wildlife center in the northwestern state of Oregon. The group has occupied the wildlife center since Saturday, protesting a prison sentence imposed on two local ranchers. VOA's Jeff Custer reports from Washington.

    Officials Work to Resolve Armed Standoff at Oregon Wildlife Refuge

    Jeff Custer

    Published January 04, 2016

    U.S. authorities are working to resolve a standoff with a group of anti-government militiamen at a federal wildlife center in the northwestern state of Oregon. The group has occupied the wildlife center since Saturday, protesting a prison sentence imposed on two local ranchers. VOA's Jeff Custer reports from Washington.


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