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.
Several mayors believe that the far-right minister Matteo Salvini's decree is harsh and at odds with their migrant-friendly practices, which helped them improve the economies of their towns and neighbourhoods in the last two decades.
In the wake of the recent Tunis terror attack, a group of artists performed before a young audience in the capital city, encouraging them to reject the 'the culture of death' and embrace 'the culture of life.'
"Turkey has gained historic results against terror groups, gangs and drug dealers, and any other action targeting peace in our term since 2002" - Turkish President Erdogan.
Moving 'El Chapo' from a maximum security jail in Manhattan to a court in Brooklyn has already proved to be a major security headache amid fears the Mexican drug lord may attempt a third jailbreak.
All signs pointed towards violence ahead of elections in Pakistan, but little had been done to protect election candidates. On the contrary, many were stripped of protection.
At least 11 members of a family found dead under suspicious circumstances in New Delhi's Burari area. According to initial reports, the bodies were found hanging, trussed and blindfolded.
Mark Rowley, UK's most senior counter-terrorism officer, said police foiled four plots by right-wing extremists last year and warned that British groups were seeking links with international extremists.
61-year-old Naser Kelmendi denies all charges against him, which include the possession, distribution and sale of drugs.
While not being his first option to tackle increasing gang violence, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says he is prepared to do whatever it takes to stamp out organised crime, including deploying the military.
In an op-ed for "Newsweek" magazine, Mevlut Cavusoglu said if separatist terrorist organisations were given weapons to advance their goals, the solution of a territorially integrated Syria would be elusive.
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