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IN THE PAPERS

Latest update : 2011-06-07

“Not guilty”

FRENCH PAPERS, Tues., 7/6/2011: Dominique Strauss-Kahn pleaded “not guilty” yesterday to charges of sexual assault. All of the major French dailies lead with the story. Le Parisien looks at macho behaviour amongst French MPs, an issue that has been blown out of proportion, says one female MP. Also, duel nationality is criticized by the far-right in France – in Libération, a British politician, whose children and half-French, half-British, responds.

 

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Dominque Strass-Kahn pleads ‘not guilty’: Le Figaro
 
A profile of the hotel maid’s lawyer: Le Parisien
 
Two female MPs deny excessive chauvinism of their male colleagues: Le Parisien
 
‘An open letter to my half-French, half-British children”: Libération

 

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