Iraqi president Talabani in stable condition

By REUTERS
December 18, 2012 13:37

 
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BAGHDAD - Iraq's President Jalal Talabani is in a stable condition in a Baghdad hospital and is being treated for hardened arteries, according to a statement from his office on Tuesday.

"Tests show that his bodily functions are normal and his excellency's condition is stable," the statement said. "He is under intensive medical supervision."

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