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Encampment on Dakota Access Pipeline Site Is Allowed to Remain

Supplies at the Sacred Stone Camp in Cannon Ball, N.D. (Joe Brusky / CC 2.0) Protesters who have planted themselves on federal land in North Dakota were awarded a small victory Monday when federal officials announced they would not evict the sprawling encampment. The camp, which has been set up for weeks and become increasingly self-sustaining, houses activists joining the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).
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