Ariel Sharon
JERUSALEM, Feb. 11 -- Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, comatose for the past five weeks following a massive stroke, underwent emergency abdominal surgery Saturday after doctors discovered extensive damage to his digestive tract.
Sharon Undergoes Emergency Surgery: Hospital Calls Procedure Successful, But Condition Remains Unclear (Post, February 11, 2006; 11:09 AM)
Prime Minister Sharon Remains Unconscious (Post, January 13, 2006; 3:21 PM)
Sharon Shows Improvement, Doctors Report: Signs of Brain Activity Seen (Post, January 10, 2006, Page A09)
Israeli Doctors Preparing to Bring Sharon Out of Coma: Team Will Begin Assessing Scope of Any Brain Damage (Post, January 9, 2006, Page A12)
Scan Shows Slight Improvement In Condition of Israel's Sharon (Post, January 8, 2006, Page A20)
Sharon Has 3rd Round Of Surgery: Deputy Olmert Seen As Successor in Party (Post, January 7, 2006, Page A11)
Sharon's Prognosis Poor, Experts Say (Post, January 7, 2006, Page A13)
White House Denounces Robertson's Remarks on Sharon: Television Evangelist Said Prime Minister's Illness Was Deserved (Post, January 6, 2006; 2:54 PM)
Sharon Is Stabilized, but Critical: Israeli Leader's Return to Politics Seen Unlikely Even if He Recovers From Stroke (Post, January 6, 2006, Page A12)
Prime Minister Sharon in 'Induced Coma': Hospital Director Says Operation Stopped Bleeding (Post, January 5, 2006; 1:39 PM)
Sharon Suffers A Mild Stroke: Israeli Leader Is Said to Be in Stable Condition (Post, December 19, 2005, Page A14)
Peres Quits Labor, Endorses Sharon: Veteran of Israeli Politics Stops Short of Joining Old Rival's New Centrist Movement (Post, December 1, 2005, Page A14)
Sharon Survives Likud Vote (Post, September 27, 2005, Page A19)
Sharon Admonishes Israeli Settlers (Post, June 29, 2005, Page A13)
After Gaza Win, Sharon Fights Political Doubt: Israeli Leader Struggles to Keep Government Unified and Evacuation Plan on Track (Post, October 31, 2004, Page A28)

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