S. Africa's Mandela had gall stones removed, recovering

JOHANNESBURG - Former South African President Nelson Mandela, who has been in hospital for a week with a lung infection, has successfully undergone a procedure to have gall stones removed, the government said on Saturday.
"The former president underwent a procedure via endoscopy to have the gall stones removed ... The procedure was successful and Madiba is recovering," the government statement said.
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