FORMER IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn faces his first public quiz over his arrest for sexually assaulting a New York hotel chambermaid.
Lawyers for Guinean maid Nafissatou Diallo say he should "answer pointed questions about his conduct" when he appears on French TV's biggest new programme tomorrow.
They pointed out that the maid had given a detailed account of the encounter.
It will be Strauss-Kahn's first TV interview since charges were dropped against him last month. He still faces a lawsuit filed by Ms Diallo. He denies the allegations.
Two held over Finland terror
Two people are being held in Finland on suspicion of financing terrorism and terror recruitment, the first terror-linked arrests in the country.
The two suspects were arrested on September 7 after a lengthy investigation in Helsinki, police said.
Officers said they uncovered evidence in the city afterwards.
Finland has been spared any terrorism attacks so far, but there have been several in neighbouring Norway, Denmark and Sweden.
Fox cleared of hitting driver
Matthew Fox, the star of the Lost TV series will not face charges over a claim that he punched a bus driver.
A spokeswoman in Cleveland, Ohio, said the decision was made "after a thorough review of the facts", but a lawyer for bus driver Heather Bormann described it as a "miscarriage of justice".
Ms Bormann said Fox hit her after she stopped him from boarding a chartered party bus she was driving on August 28. She said Fox wanted a ride to his hotel and appeared drunk.
A grizzly bear killed a hunter in a remote area along the Idaho-Montana border before being shot dead by the hunter's partner.
The attack happened in the heavily forested region near the Canadian border.
It is illegal to kill a grizzly bear, which is listed as threatened in most of the US and it was not immediately known if the hunter who shot the bear would be charged with a crime.