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Monday, May 23, 2011

French reporter doing a live broadcast in front of Dominique Strauss-Khan's rented apartment. French reporter doing a live broadcast in front of Dominique Strauss-Khan's rented apartment. (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

PHOTOS. Media tents and television trucks were parked outside the rented apartment temporarily housing former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his wife Anne Sinclair in Lower Manhattan on Monday. 

Tourists stop to snap photos, though not always entirely sure what they are shooting. Television reporters from all over the world were doing stand-ups as photographers stood ready to capture images of the couple.

Strauss-Kahn is accused of attempting to rape a hotel maid. His arraignment is scheduled for June 6.

Poster outside of embattle former IMF chief's rented apartment in Lower Manhattan.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

Poster outside of embattled former IMF chief's rented apartment in Lower Manhattan put up by members of the media tired of getting the same question all day.

While undergoing house arrest, Dominique Strauss-Khan's wife has rented an apartment at 71 Broadway.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

While undergoing house arrest, Dominique Strauss-Kahn's wife has rented an apartment at 71 Broadway.

While undergoing house arrest, Dominique Strauss-Khan's wife has rented an apartment at 71 Broadway.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

While undergoing house arrest, Dominique Strauss-Kahn's wife has rented an apartment at 71 Broadway and reporters have occupied a block in front of the apartment.

While undergoing house arrest, Dominique Strauss-Khan's wife has rented an apartment at 71 Broadway and reporters have occupied a block in front of the apartment.
Stephen Nessen/WNYC

While undergoing house arrest, Dominique Strauss-Kahn's wife has rented an apartment at 71 Broadway and reporters have occupied a block in front of the apartment.

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