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Ex-IMF Chief Acquitted
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Ex-IMF Chief Acquitted

A French court on Friday acquitted former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of procuring prostitutes for congregations in France, Belgium and the US. Strauss-Kahn stood alongside 13 co-defendants, most of whom were acquitted. The verdict brings to an end four years of legal proceedings against Strauss-Kahn, including charges of attempted rape, BBC reported.

 

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