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Israeli Soldiers Destroy UNICEF Drinking Water Pipeline By
Israeli military bulldozers destroyed, Monday, a drinking water pipeline that was funded by The United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Central Plains of the occupied West Bank. Mo’taz Bisharat, a Palestinian...
DAPL Protesters, Police Prepare For Impending Deadline By
CANNON BALL, N.D. (REPORT) — The last people remaining at a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures on Wednesday, hours ahead of a deadline set by the Army Corps of Engineers to close the camp. Some of the praying protesters...
Riot Charge Levied Against Journalists Covering Dakota Access Pipeline Protests By
BISMARCK (REPORT) — At least five journalists have been charged with engaging in a riot while covering Dakota Access Pipeline protests, an offense that would carry a stiffer penalty under a proposal before the North Dakota Legislature. The Senate Judiciary Committee...
Iowa Pipeline Bursts Days After Trump Approves DAPL Construction By
Hanlontown, IA (REPORT) — Beginning around 5:30 am on Wednesday morning, local authorities in Hanlontown, Iowa, realized the Magellan Pipeline was leaking what amounted to 138,600 gallons of diesel fuel. KIMT in Iowa reported that emergency responders with the Worth County...
Dakota Access Pipeline Opponents Target Pipeline’s Major Financial Contracts By
Anti-pipeline protesters at the Standing Rock campgrounds are shifting their attention to January 1, when the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline had promised shippers to finish construction, potentially jeopardizing deals should they not meet that deadline. Shippers...
Iowans Make U-Turn Against Trump In Dakota Access Pipeline Fight By
Iowans who voted for Donald Trump will soon be fighting against him, as anti-establishment Iowans come to see his “true colors” on property rights, climate change and native sovereignty, environmentalist Ed Fallon, who has been leading the fight against the Dakota Access...
Not Just Standing Rock: Pipelines Threaten Native Lands Across The Country By
NEW YORK — As completion of the Dakota Access pipeline remains on standby after the Army Corps of Engineers announced on Sunday that it would not authorize the development company to drill under the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North...
Police Fire Tear Gas On DAPL Protestors As Pipeline Nears Completion By
With the election furor drowning out most other stories, the struggle to prevent the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline has fallen from the public view. However, the situation there is escalating as the controversial project is nearing the completion of the pipeline’s...
Keystone Pipeline Company Will Try Again Under Trump Presidency By
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, said Wednesday it will try again to build the pipeline under a Donald Trump presidency, who will likely give it the green light. “We are evaluating ways to engage the new administrations on the benefits,...
Video: Journalist Covering Pipeline Protests Shot While Conducting Interview By
Tensions continue to escalate in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, where protesters attempt to peacefully face off against riot police and the National Guard. In addition to being maced and beaten with batons, activists opposing the four-state Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) have...