Former dictator Suharto has been admitted to a hospital in the Indonesian capital where he is being treated for intestinal bleeding, local media reported Saturday.
Family doctors said he appeared to be suffering from anemia caused by the bleeding, but was recovering after receiving a blood transfusion, according to the report.
Suharto, who ruled Indonesia for 32 years, has suffered a number of health problems, including two strokes, since violent pro-democracy riots forced him to resign in 1998.
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