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A protest with a difference has taken place outside the home of the former IMF chief Dominique Strauss Kahn in Paris.

A Ukrainian feminist organisation organised a “topless demonstration” to protest against the dropping of sex charges against him in New York.

A member of Femen, Inna Shevchenko, said: “We think that in France there is the situation, if men have money, if men have power, law is not for him and that’s why we came from Ukraine to France to support French women to say that we are together with them and that we fight against crazy men like DSK.”

The group also says it plans to target the Italian prime minister in a future protest.

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