November 28th @ 12:25 AM GMT
Yahoo! (Reuters) - U.S. authorities said on Sunday they had no plans to forcibly remove activists protesting plans to run an oil pipeline beneath a lake near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, despite telling them to leave by early December. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which manages the federal land where the main camp protesting the Dakota Access pipeline is located, said last week it would close public access to the area north of the Cannonball River on Dec. 5 On Sunday, ... (U.S. News)
November 26th @ 7:36 PM GMT
Yahoo! The Latest on the protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline (all times local): (U.S. News)
November 26th @ 12:56 AM GMT
Yahoo! The Latest on the protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline (all times local): (U.S. News)
November 26th @ 3:33 AM GMT
CNN A new confrontation is brewing over the Dakota Access Pipeline. (U.S. News)
November 26th @ 8:02 PM GMT
Reuters Protesters opposed to an oil pipeline planned to run beneath a lake near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota must vacate an area where thousands of demonstrators have been camped by Dec. 5 or face prosecution, according to U.S. authorities. (Top Stories)
November 26th @ 10:21 PM GMT
Yahoo! Activists protesting plans to run an oil pipeline beneath a lake near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota said on Saturday they have no intention of leaving a protest camp after U.S. authorities warned it must be vacated by Dec. 5. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which manages the federal land where the main camp protesting the Dakota Access pipeline is located, said it would close public access to the area north of the Cannonball River, including to protesters. It said th... (U.S. News)
November 26th @ 2:06 PM GMT
NPR The Army Corps of Engineers has told a Native American tribe in North Dakota and its supporters that it will close down a camp housing protesters against a major oil pipeline in the state. (Top Stories)
November 26th @ 7:49 PM GMT
Yahoo! Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters will not follow a government directive to leave the federal land where hundreds have camped for months, organizers said Saturday, despite state officials encouraging (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 6:03 AM GMT
AP The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has set an early December deadline for American Indians and others to leave an encampment in North Dakota where they've been entrenched for months protesting the Dakota Access pipeline. Tribes including the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux are fighting the Dakota Access project because they fear it will harm drinking water and cultural sites. Texas-based pipeline developer Energy Transfer Pa (Business)
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