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Climbers killed by falling stone in Swiss Alps

Two climbers, one French and the other Swiss, died on Sunday in separate accidents in the Swiss Alps, police said.

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Frenchwoman to sue DSK for attempted rape

A French woman will bring legal action this week for attempted rape against former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn, her lawyer said Monday in an interview published online.

Thousands of French minors on Facebook

Thousands of French minors on Facebook

Although Facebook is restricted to people 13 and up, almost one in five French children aged 8 to 12 are members, a study has found.

More French opting for summer staycations

More French opting for summer staycations

A new poll has found that 45 percent of French people are not travelling during their summer vacations this year. Most of those staying at home say they need to save money.

 

Strauss-Kahn release stuns France

Strauss-Kahn release stuns France

Dominique Strauss-Kahn's release from house arrest has stunned French politicians, the public and press, who wonder whether he can emerge clean from a sex crime case and return to the
presidential race.

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Paris, Berlin planned to exploit Brown-Blair feud: diary

Britain's intelligence chiefs warned prime minister Tony Blair that Germany and France planned to exploit his feud with then finance minister Gordon Brown, his former media chief said Monday.

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Attention shifts to Strauss-Kahn’s accuser

Attention in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn sex case has shifted to the accuser, a New York hotel maid who now faces mounting credibility problems, as the ex-IMF chief enjoyed freedom from strict bail
conditions.

Strauss-Kahn conspiracy theories resurface

Strauss-Kahn conspiracy theories resurface

Resurgent conspiracy theories over the Dominique Strauss-Kahn sex assault case angered the French government on Monday, as speculation rose that he may return to the presidential race if
cleared.