Dominique Strauss-Kahn donated his collection of masks to healthcare staff. “If they don’t use them at work, they can still have fun at home,” he said.

Coronavirus : Dominique Strauss-Kahn fait don de sa collection de masques aux personnels soignants

Dominique Strauss-Kahn today advises certain African heads of state on public finances and in their negotiations with the IMF .

Faced with the global economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the former director general of the IMF Dominique Strauss-Kahn calls to build a coordinated planetary response which does not forget the African continent, whose economies are already fragile.

As of March 22, a thousand cases of “only” coronavirus infection had been detected in more than 40 countries in Africa. This figure obviously seems quite low.
But whether it is a delay in the spread of the virus or a weak census, it is illusory to believe that Africa will remain permanently sheltered.
However, most African countries are ill-equipped to respond to such a pandemic. This is the meaning of the recent WHO warning suggesting that Africa must “prepare for the worst”.


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Dominique Strauss-Kahn picking furniture for his apartment

Dominique Strauss-Kahn picking furniture for his apartment

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former boss of the International Monetary Fund was in this store to outfit his new apartment located in a neighborhood of 13th district Paris. The former minister is far from hitting bottom as some of these critics like to believe. “financially,he is sound; DSK from 2007 to 2011 was paid a net annual 461,510 dollars, or about 325,000 euros per year. Date of birth of Dominique Strauss-Kahn is April 25 1949 at Neuilly-Sur-Seine (Ile-De-France), FRANCE . Dominique Strauss-Kahn is 63 years of age.

[June 30]

Anne Sinclair as DSK moves on

Anne Sinclair as DSK moves on

Anne Sinclair has thrown Dominique Strauss-Kahn out of their home in the ultra-chic Place des Vosges in central Paris.
A source close to Mr Strauss-Kahn, 63, said the pair had been living in separate apartments for about a month.
But Miss Sinclair, 64, an art heiress who recently relaunched her media career as a news editor at the Huffington Post’s French edition, managed to keep the split quiet despite growing speculation their marriage was over.
He is said to have moved in with a friend.

On Anne Sinclair, editor of the French version of The Huffington Post, is a guest of our special elections. The journalist comments in French on the estimates of the results in the 1st round.
[April 22]

The reaction to her arrival on BFMTV were mixed but were expected, “says Hervé Béroud, managing editor of the chain. Some viewers talk about “plume,” other “indecent acts”, commenting on her return to television. “Let no one is counting on me to enter and remain cloistered convent in silence, warns Anne Sinclair . I proved starting, fifteen years ago, when my husband was appointed to Bercy, I could do without the light of the cameras and I do today to make my job as a journalist honorably. ”

Anne Sinclair in New York 2011

Anne Sinclair in New York 2011

[April 17]Anne Sinclair will have a high-profile role in the elections, eight-hour stints commenting on the results in election-night specials on the French news channel BFM TV.Ms Sinclair, 62, who became a household name in France when she presented a popular current affairs programme 7/7 between 1984 and 1997, said her qualifications for discussing politics could not be questioned. “Election night, for a journalist, is the climax of months of newsmaking. I will be able to bring to the programmes my experience of political programmes in the US.”
She was appointed head of a new French version of the US news website The Huffington Post, which was credited with 1.8 million unique visits last month after just two months of operation.

It was an election tie-up between the site and BFM TV, reportedly negotiated at Ms Sinclair’s instigation, that led to election broadcasting job.

But Ms Sinclair had already appeared on peak-time French television, as a talk-show guest to promote her recently published book, 21 rue la Boétie, which tells the story of her grandfather, Paul Rosenberg, whose art collection is the source of her wealth.