Report: Shaath hospitalized in Amsterdam after heart attack

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November 28, 2011 13:45

 
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Senior Fatah offical Nabil Shaath was hospitalized in Amsterdam Sunday night after having a heart attack during a flight from Brussels, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported Monday. He was in stable condition.

Shaath was on his way to Malaysia when the plane was forced to make an emergency landing so the Fatah official could receive medical attention. According to Ma'an, Shaath's wife said he was in stable condition but would remain in the Amsterdam hospital so doctors could monitor his condition.

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