Ariel Sharon's deteriorating situation draws interest from international press

BBC, Fox News, Reuters, AP and even Chinese media set up cameras at Sheba Medical Center awaiting news of the former prime minister's situation.

By CAMILLA SCHICK
January 6, 2014 17:52
The press at Sheeba Medical Center waiting to hear updates on former PM Ariel Sharon's situation.

The press at Sheeba Medical Center waiting to hear updates on former PM Ariel Sharon's situation.. (photo credit: REUTERS/Nir Elias)

 
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