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Sep 25, 2017
Ligue 1: Marseille honour cancer-stricken Bernard Tapei with win; Neymar-less Paris Saint-Germain heldMarseille supporters held banners and chanted "Tapie, Tapie!" to offer encouragement to the 74-year-old who is undergoing treatment for stomach cancer
Dec 19, 2016
IMF Chief Christine Lagarde guilty of negligence over payout; spared fine, prison sentenceThe ruling was a rare setback in Lagarde's glittering career but it was not clear how it would affect her position at the International Monetary Fund
Dec 17, 2015
IMF chief Christine Lagarde claims she is not guilty, will appeal French court's order to stand trialInternational Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has been ordered to stand trial in France over her role in a 2008 arbitration ruling that handed 400 million euros ($434 million) to French businessman Bernard Tapie.
Aug 28, 2014
IMF chief Christine Lagarde under investigation in French fraud caseShe has been questioned about her role in awarding 400 million euro ($527 million) in compensation to a businessman. Lagarde, was finance minister in President Nicolas Sarkozy's government at the time of the awarding of the compensation.<br />
Aug 27, 2014
IMF chief charged with negligence part of graft probe in FranceThe shock announcement came a day after she was grilled by a special court in Paris that probes cases of ministerial misconduct, the fourth time she has faced such questioning.