Armed group in Oregon hints at possible end to standoff

Ammon Bundy makes his way from a news conference at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon on January 6, 2016The leader of a small group of armed activists who have occupied a remote wildlife refuge in Oregon hinted on Wednesday that the standoff may be nearing its end. Speaking to reporters outside the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Ammon Bundy said he was aware the occupation that was in its fifth day must end but he added it was too soon to call it quits, Fox news reported.

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