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Dakota Access oil pipeline camp cleared of protesters
Authorities have cleared a protest camp where opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline had gathered for the better part of a year
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Chairman's DAPL Fight in Washington
Harold Frazier and his team traveled to D.C., when they presented a temporary restraining order against the DAPL on Feb. 13 and reviewed the original treaties the U.S. signed with the Great Sioux Nation.
Trump administration withdrew legal memo that found 'ample legal justification' to halt Dakota Access pipeline
Two days before the Trump administration approved an easement for the Dakota Access pipeline to cross a reservoir near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation, the U.S. Department of the Interior withdrew a legal opinion that concluded there was “ample legal justification” to deny it. The
The Latest: 46 protesters arrested while police clear camp
Authorities say they arrested 46 protesters while clearing a Dakota Access oil pipeline protest camp in North Dakota
Dakota Access pipeline protest site cleared after police in riot gear enter main camp
The protest site for the Dakota Access pipeline has been cleared after some demonstrators refused to leave Wednesday, when a deadline for evacuation passed. The Oceti Sakowin camp was cleared as of 2:09 p.m. local time, a spokesperson for the North Dakota Joint Information Center told ABC News.
The end of the Standing Rock standoff between authorities, protesters
Protests took place for months in an attempt to stop the Dakota Access pipeline from being built next to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation.
Authorities move into Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp
Authorities have started to close in on the remaining camp protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline, after some occupiers had refused to leave despite an evacuation order set by state and federal authorities. As of late Wednesday, ten people were arrested outside of the main protest camp, North
Revealing documentary on the youth at the heart of the Standing Rock protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline
For months, The International Indigenous Youth Council, known for their commitment to peaceful ceremony, has helped steer the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's efforts to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Most oil pipeline opponents leave North Dakota protest camp
Most of the Dakota Access pipeline opponents have abandoned their protest camp ahead of a government deadline to get off the federal land
The Latest: Police: About 20 fires set at Dakota Access camp
Authorities in North Dakota say Dakota Access pipeline protesters set about 20 fires on the day their longstanding camp was scheduled for closure