A spokesman, for Khalifa Haftar, whose Libyan National Army controls much of eastern Libya and who press reports last week said was in a coma after suffering a stroke, claimed on Twitter on Friday that he had visited a Paris hospital 'for normal checkups' and would 'be back in Libya within few days'.
Britain's struggling National Health Service, which pro-Brexit leaders misleadingly promised would recieve a windfall from the country's exit from the EU, is discreetly sending patients on lengthy waiting lists for far quicker treatment in France, like this Brexit supporter who, facing a year to have knee surgery, found relief in just ten days.
The charismatic former president’s declining health continues to dominate French front pages a week after being admitted for a lung infection.
Chirac, 83, who served two terms as French president and who suffered a stroke in 2005, had felt weak for several days, his daughter said.
Drug consumption facilities with clean needles and staffed with counsellors and health workers to open at Lariboisière hospital in Paris.
Algerian and French media reported that Bouteflika, who was last year treated for a stroke in France, returned for care on Tuesday.
Ailing Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Saturday left a Grenoble clinic where he was admitted Thursday, officially for 'a checkup'.
The patient, who contracted Ebola while working to combat the epidemic in Sierra Leone, has been placed in isolation in a military hospital.
Latest operation took place amid high secrecy in Nantes eight months after first heart was implanted in a patient who died 75 days later.
The ex-head of state had earlier been admitted to the American Hospital in Paris for what is believed to have been a severe attack of gout.
Trierweiler, hospitalised amid reports of the French president's affair with an actress, is resting at a presidential residence in Versailles.
French First Lady's office says she was admitted to hospital on Friday - after magazine's revelation - to 'get some rest and have tests done'.
Several unused IV nutrient bags from the same batch given to the newborns who died were found to have traces of bacteria, says hospital.
A second person has become infected with the new deadly SARs-like coronavirus after sharing a hospital room with country’s first sufferer.