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Armed soldiers and police in riot gear begin removing 200 protesters camped on disputed land to stop construction of North Dakota pipeline

Thursday, October 27, 2016 23:25
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Armed soldiers and police in riot gear begin removing 200 protesters camped on disputed land to stop construction of North Dakota pipeline –Several protesters were led away in trucks as military Humvees and buses surrounded the camp | 27 Oct 2016 | Armed soldiers and police dressed in riot gear have begun arresting protesters who set up a camp on disputed land to block construction of the $3.7billion Dakota Access Pipeline. Several protesters were led away and put in trucks, including at least one who was handcuffed, as authorities converged on the camp in North Dakota. Law enforcement officers and soldiers driving trucks, military Humvees and buses began to advance at midday and formed a horseshoe-like loop once they reached the camp, where about 200 protesters were waiting for them — some defiant and others praying.

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