A French government minister has resigned after his name was cited in an inquiry into financial wrongdoing.
The French presidency says that Kader Arif, the minister for war veterans, tendered his resignation to President Francois Hollande Friday to "answer all the questions aimed at establishing the truth" in the preliminary inquiry led by the French prosecutor investigating financial crimes. It did not e...
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