Kenyan Court Blocks Plan to Close Dadaab Refugee Camp

More than a quarter of a million Somali refugees got a huge break on Thursday. A Kenyan judge ruled that the Kenyan government’s contentious plan to close Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp, was “illegal” and “discriminatory,” and that the refugees could not be forcefully relocated.

‘Death to America’: Thousands rally in Iran celebrating Islamic Revolution (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Donald Trump @realDonaldTrump was today’s star in Tehran— Ali Hashem علي هاشم (@alihashem_tv) February 10, 2017 On the anniversary of Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution, which saw the ousting of the former US-backed House of Pahlavi, a flood of protesters headed towards Tehran’s Azadi (Freedom) Square with Iranian flags, celebrating the rule of the current clerical establishment.

Lawyer’s bitcoin bribe bid backfires after bizarre whistleblower info offer

Wearing a wig and using the moniker ‘Dan’, Jeffrey Wertkin wanted payment in the cryptocurrency and in return would swap the case details to the accused tech firm. Wertkin, 40, a former partner at law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, contacted a “high ranking” employee at an unnamed California tech firm last year, claiming to possess a sealed lawsuit filed against them, according to court documents released by the FBI.