DAPL construction reportedly delayed

The Dakota Access Pipeline construction project has reportedly been delayed by the US Army Corps of Engineers pending further “discussion and analysis” with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, according to CNN.

The proposed oil pipeline, planned to stretch from Standing Rock, North Dakota all the way to Southern Illinois, has been protested heavily by the local Native American tribes, along with thousands of demonstrators pouring in from across the country.



Demonstrators have camped near the site for months, alongside the local tribes.
The protesters have expressed deep concern that the oil pipeline would pollute the nearby river and would desecrate a sacred burial ground.
Developments of the story on the project being halted are being updated periodically, and more information is likely to follow on major news networks.
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