Sep 14, 2016

Shimon Peres stroke: Ex-PM shook my hand, son-in-law says - CNN.com

Former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres' condition has improved somewhat a day after his stroke, and was able to shake his son-in-law's hand as physicians reduced his level of sedation, doctors said Wednesday.

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/dUImL

Similar Articles Added Earlier

  • Israel's Shimon Peres in critical condition after stroke | News OK

    Former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres was in "critical but stable" condition Wednesday morning, a day after suffering a stroke, a hospital official said, but the nation's health minister said he was becoming more optimistic about Peres' condition. Peres, 93, suffered a stroke...

  • Doctors: Israel's Peres showing improvement

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Doctors treating former Israeli President Shimon Peres for a stroke say his condition has slightly improved. Hospital director Yitzhak Kreiss said Peres' condition remained serious on Wednesday, 24 hours after he was rushed in for treatment. But he says there has been a "certain...

  • Israel's Peres in Serious but Stable Condition After Stroke - ABC News

    Former Israeli President Shimon Peres was in "serious but stable" condition after suffering a major stroke, doctors treating him said Wednesday, as the nation rallied in prayer and support for the 93-year-old elder statesman and Nobel Peace Prize laureate. Dr. Yitzhak Kreiss, director of...

  • Israel's Peres in serious but stable condition after stroke

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Former Israeli President Shimon Peres was in "serious but stable" condition after suffering a major stroke, doctors treating him said Wednesday, as the nation rallied in prayer and support for the 93-year-old elder statesman and Nobel Peace Prize laureate. Dr. Yitzhak Kreiss...

  • Israel's Shimon Peres In 'Serious But Stable Condition' After Stroke

    Doctors treating Shimon Peres say the former Israeli president has survived the night, but remains in serious condition after suffering a major stroke.

Latest Links Processed

0/120