Controversial US pipeline halted

A sudden 'no' from the US Army Corps of Engineers may mean that plans for a nearly completed – but highly controversial – US pipeline could be abandoned.

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The US Army has entered into an unlikely alliance with Native American tribe Standing Rock Sioux to put an end to the controversial oil pipeline Dakota Access.

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