The Indian government has come under criticism for taking advantage of a spiritual journey to meet political ends.
Last week both rockets and tweets were fired off during the US-Iranian standoff.
The 28-year-old journalist and his fiancee were shot dead at their home on February 21 last year, sparking protests and leading to the resignation of former prime minister Robert Fico.
Prosecutors say Guzman amassed a $14 billion fortune by bribery, murder and smuggling drugs, while his former associates say the drug lord paid millions of dollars in bribes to Mexican officials.
Sandwiched between Syria and Jordan, eight children died at the refugee camp in the last month alone, as a result of both the Assad regime and Jordanian government sealing the border, blocking medical and food supplies.
At least 600 people in India-administered Kashmir, which includes Indian soldiers, local police and 160 civilians, lost their lives to violence.
Conflict between farmers and semi-nomadic herders across the African country since 2016 resulted in the killing of at least 3,641 people, Amnesty International says in a report.
The short answer — to defend their country from Russians and to boost nationalism. At these camps, they “don't count separatists, little green men, occupiers from Moscow, as people.”
The men are suspected of plotting a large attack with hand grenades, automatic weapons and explosives belts, prosecutors said.
Several gun repair and manufacturing shops have sprung up in Azaz city, and one particular weapon is in demand—the AK-47, locally referred to as the "Bin Laden".
Firearm sales are brisk across the country as weapons dealers lure poverty stricken Yemenis to sell off their personal guns.
The recent attack on Save the Children in Afghanistan is further proof that the country is still at war, and solutions to end the violence are few and far between.
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