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February 12, 2017
Dakota pipeline work resumes, US tribe heads to court
Chicago (AFP) Feb 10, 2017
Construction has begun on the final segment of the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline in the northern United States, prompting a court challenge from a Native American tribe which says its religious rights are under threat. Energy Transfer Partners, the developer of the 1,172-mile (1,886-kilometer) oil pipeline, now expects to begin operation "in approximately 83 days," spokeswoman Vicky Granado told AFP on Thursday. The segment's route under the Missouri River and man-made Lake Oahe in No ... read more

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