In 2017, Myanmar's military launched a violent crackdown after Rohingya militants carried out attacks on several police posts. Thousands of people were killed, and human rights organisations said the army has burned land and committed arbitrary killings and rape.
Clashes broke out in several cities, including Marseille, Bordeaux, Lyon and Toulouse, during a fourth weekend of nationwide protests against rising living costs and President Emmanuel Macron in general.
According to the Global Terrorism Index, despite a 27 percent fall in the number of deaths from acts of terrorism worldwide, the impact of terrorism remains widespread with 67 countries experiencing deadly attacks.
Sheffield City councillor Mohammad Maroof, who said that he was "very embarrassed" and has apologised for what he described was an "honest mistake", has been suspended by the Labour council pending an investigation.
In the lawsuit, the alleged victim claimed that the video was filmed when she was a guest at a Hampton Inn and Suites hotel in Albany, the capital of New York state, in July 2015 while taking a bar exam after graduating from law school.