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The delayed trial of the renowned art dealer Guy Wildenstein on tax fraud and money laundering charges has finally begun in Paris. Wildenstein and two other members of the Franco-American dynasty are accused of hiding from the tax authorities vast assets they inherited from the estate of Daniel Wildenstein senior, who died in 2001. The French authorities are claiming a total of 566 million euros in back taxes. Mediapart's legal affairs correspondent Michel Deléan has been in court to hear some of the extraordinary details in a trial that is expected to last for a month.
French president, the first to sign, said the 28-nation EU should now 'lead by example' and ratify the Paris deal before the end of the year.
Taubira, who pledged loyalty to President Hollande despite quitting his government, was treated to standing ovation at New York University.
Arthur Astie, 22, was found in a hospital in the Bronx, four days after he took wrong subway train while on phone to his father and vanished.
Indebted government in Paris is selling residence of its U.N. ambassador, located in one of New York’s most prestigious apartment buildings.
New York judge says former International Monetary Fund chief has signed a settlement with the hotel maid who accused him of sexual assault.
Former IMF boss's lawyers say a resolution with his accuser Nafissatou Diallo has been discussed but no settlement has been agreed.
Lawyers for former IMF boss and Nafissitou Diallo, who accused him of sexually assaulting her, are said to have reached agreement in civil case.
Disgraced former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his wife Anne Sinclair now live separate lives, reports a French magazine.
New York police are investigating the death of prominent French academic Richard Descoings who was found naked in a Manhattan hotel room.