Strauss-Kahn is released by police
PARIS – The former chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has been released from a French police station after two days of questioning over a suspected prostitution ring.
Officials say he will be summoned again next month by judges who will decide if there is enough evidence to file charges in a case centring on the alleged prostitution ring in France and Belgium.
French television footage showed a tinted-window car carrying Mr Strauss-Kahn leaving the police station in Lille. – (Reuters)