The US Army Corps of Engineers set a 2pm (Central Time) deadline for the protesters to leave the camp. About 150 people marched out the camp this morning, leaving nearly 100 defying the eviction notice and stating they won’t leave of their own accord.
Nathan Phillips, a member of the Omaha Tribe in Nebraska, told AP he planned to move to another camp that's on private land. He said he had been in North Dakota since Thanksgiving and has "had four showers since."
The 2:00pm deadline passed with law enforcement remaining parked in cars away from the campsite, and no move has yet been made to remove the remaining protesters.
The seamless escape happened at Perpignan prison, southwestern France, Saturday, after the unnamed prisoner stole his cell mate's identity card and completed the relevant paperwork, according to France Bleu.
The daring imposter walked straight out the front gates of the prison, in unusually, unspectacular ...
While the overall study found life expectancy is likely to rise in all 35 industrialized countries with at least 65 percent for women and 85 percent for men, the size of the increase varies.
Led by Imperial College London, the study was conducted in collaboration with the World Health Organization and ...