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File - In this Aug. 23, 2019, file photo, Portland Timbers fans wait for the team's MLS soccer match against the Seattle Sounders in Portland, Ore. Several Timbers fans have been banned for three games for waving flags that display an antifascist symbol, in apparent violation of Major League Soccer's policy that prohibits political displays at games. (Serena Morones/The Oregonian via AP)

Portland soccer fans banned for antifa-linked Iron Front flags

- Associated Press

Several Portland Timbers fans have been banned for three games for waving flags that included an anti-fascist symbol in violation of Major League Soccer’s policy that prohibits political displays at games.

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