News Headlines - 16 May 2011

▽In France, Skepticism and Anger Over Official’s Arrest - New York Times
France struggled to digest the scandal around one of the country’s most prominent figures, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, on Monday, with his defenders questioning the initial New York police account and speculating about entrapment and many others characterizing the photos of the handcuffed suspect as insulting and unfair.

▽Journalist: IMF boss 'tried to pull down my jeans' - The Independent
A French journalist yesterday added to the allegations against Dominique Strauss-Kahn by announcing that she was considering taking legal action for an attack on her in 2002.

▽Chris Huhne welcomes police inquiry into speeding claim - The Guardian
Chris Huhne, the energy secretary, yesterdayhas said he would welcome an inquiry by Essex police into career-threatening claims that he made his estranged wife take penalty points on his behalf for a car speeding offence he committed in 2003.

▽Is the Queen welcome in the Republic of Ireland? - BBC
Relations between Britain and Ireland were transformed by the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 which began to heal some of the divisions after centuries of distrust.
But what do the people of Dublin think about the royal visit?

▽Border Agency has 'lack of control', say MPs - BBC
The UK Border Agency has a "lack of control" over the system used by multinational companies to bring their own foreign staff into the UK, say MPs.







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