Trump revives controversial oil pipelines

Trump signs executive orders approving the projects Keystone XL and Dakota Access which were both discontinued earlier this year because of environmental concerns.

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US President Donald Trump has approved the continued construction of two controversial oil pipelines.

This Tuesday, Trump signed two executive orders, reviving the projects Keystone XL and Dakota Access. Both projects had been halted because of environmental concerns.

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