Report: Doctors urge close family of Peres to say last goodbyes

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September 27, 2016 17:48

 
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Doctors have urged the close relatives of former president Shimon Peres to say their last goodbyes to the ailing 93-year-old after his condition dramatically declined to terminal on Tuesday, two week after suffering a stroke, according to Channel 10.

All the close members of his family arrived at his bedside at Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.

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