IMF board postpones meeting on Strauss-Kahn arrest

WASHINGTON - The IMF on Sunday said it had postponed a scheduled meeting of its board meant to discuss the arrest of IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn for the alleged sexual assault of a hotel maid.
"The tentatively scheduled informal briefing of the Executive Board has been postponed pending further developments in New York," IMF spokesman William Murray said in a statement. He did not say when the meeting would be held.
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