Police closed the North Dakota protest camp Thursday, with 46 protesters arrested. Many demonstrators vowed to continue their resistance in camps being established nearby.
Dakota Access Pipeline
The $3.8 billion, 1,100-mile Dakota Access Pipeline would transport 570,000 barrels of crude oil per day across four states. Hundreds of protesters have joined the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in their effort to block construction of the project, which they say threatens water supplies and sacred sites.
Authorities are trying to clear out people protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Although most demonstrators left the camp, some holdouts dug in for a last...
The Army Corps of Engineers says it won't extend a deadline for Dakota Access oil pipeline opponents to vacate their encampment in North Dakota.
New camps are being established for demonstrators as the main camp is set for closure.
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