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Law Enforcement Agencies operate a checkpoint on a road as a containment strategy surrounding the Malheur Wildlife Refuge January 27, 2016 near Burns, Oregon. 
Although leaders of a group that illegally occupied the federal buildings were arrested, many armed occupants still on site have said that they intend to stay despite repeated requests to leave. The iconic wildlife tower of the buildings is visible in the upper left of this photograph.  / AFP / Rob Kerr        (Photo credit should read ROB KERR/AFP/Getty Images)
Law Enforcement Agencies operate a checkpoint on a road as a containment strategy surrounding the Malheur Wildlife Refuge January 27, 2016 near Burns, Oregon. 
Although leaders of a group that illegally occupied the federal buildings were arrested, many armed occupants still on site have said that they intend to stay despite repeated requests to leave. The iconic wildlife tower of the buildings is visible in the upper left of this photograph.  / AFP / Rob Kerr        (Photo credit should read ROB KERR/AFP/Getty Images)

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The armed occupiers of a wildlife refuge in Oregon say they will turn themselves in, hours after federal agents arrested Cliven Bundy, the father of protest leader Ammon Bundy.

Armed Oregon occupiers say they'll surrender

The armed occupiers of a wildlife refuge in Oregon say they will turn themselves in, hours after federal agents arrested Cliven Bundy, the father of protest leader Ammon Bundy.