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Topic - Jack Lang
Muslim Brotherhood supporters of deposed former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi forced a best-selling Egyptian novelist out of a Paris conference he was featured in Wednesday.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn returned home to a mixed welcome in France on Sunday, his first time in the country since attempted rape accusations by a New York hotel maid unleashed an international scandal that dashed his chances for the French presidency.
Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn spent his first day of freedom from house arrest in a sexual-assault case by ducking out of his rented townhouse with his wife on Saturday, returning a few hours later and heading quickly back inside.
Mr. Lang said the institute was filing a legal complaint against unspecified culprits for damages after the incident at its Left Bank building, AP reported
"A band of apparently pro-Morsi militants infiltrated [the conference] and took seats up front," said Jack Lang, a Socialist former culture minister who heads the Arab World Institute in Paris. "I don't know exactly what was said, but insults were exchanged ... they (protesters) shook the table and one succeeded in breaking a window with I-don't-know what."