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Two young French women have brought charges of sexual harassment against a French minister, saying they had been emboldened by the arrest of the former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

France seeks swift succession to end protests over IMF post

Emerging economies object to 'carve-up' but do not have a strong candidate to replace Strauss-Kahn

Christine Lagarde declares she wants IMF job

French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde has announced she will seek the top job at the International Monetary Fund.

Sarkozy allies 'tried to leak earlier sex scandal about Strauss-Kahn'

Friends of Nicolas Sarkozy tried to leak a police report stating that the French President's former political rival, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was found having sex with a prostitute in a car in Paris in 2007, Le Monde reported yesterday.

PM 'small-minded' over Brown's bid for IMF job

David Cameron and George Osborne have been branded "petty and small-minded" for rejecting Gordon Brown's bid to become head of the International Monetary Fund.

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