Thursday, January 05, 2006
AP: Sharon Gravely Ill After Massive Stroke
JERUSALEM - A newspaper seller, left, carries fresh copies with the headline in Hebrew, 'Struggles for his life', referring to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon outside the emergency room of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, Israel, Thursday, Jan. 5, 2006.
Sharon was sent back to the operating room Thursday for further surgery to save his life after he suffered 'massive, widespread' bleeding in his brain that doctors feared would cause permanent damage. Vice Premier Ehud Olmert was named acting prime minister and given a beefed-up security detail. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
Prime Minister Sharon fought for his life Thursday following seven hours of emergency surgery to stop widespread bleeding in his brain. The massive stroke made it unlikely that he would return to power.
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