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The Conflicts Along 1176 Miles of the Dakota Access Pipeline – New York Times

The construction of a crude oil pipeline through four states has spurred months of clashes near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. Protesters, concerned about the pipeline’s environmental impact, have been trying to stop the construction of its Missouri River crossing.

Though legal disputes about water safety, Native American lands and eminent domain have delayed the project, the pipeline is nearly complete.


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