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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Hospitalized for a cold?

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he will rest at home after a brief hospital stay.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said he would rest at home for a couple of days as leaving Ankara’s Atatürk Hospital after a short examination today.

“I will rest at home for a couple of days,” Erdoğan told the reporters after leaving the hospital. Erdoğan said he got the flu, but he was feeling well now.

Erdoğan had cancelled his program earlier today, including a parliamentary group meeting due to health issues.

An unofficial car took Erdoğan to the hospital, leaving his Keçiören residence at high speed in order to avoid the reporters who had been gathering at his door step.

Officials of the prime minister told members of the press that he was being taken to his official residence, but reports emerged later on indicating that he was taken to the capital’s Atatürk Hospital.

Anatolia news agency had earlier reported that Erdoğan had caught a cold and would therefore rest at home, adding that the prime minister would have only a light program for the next few days in order to rest.
A little more than a year ago, it was reported that Erdogan had colorectal cancer. Subsequently, he denied a report that he had less than two years left to live.




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