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On Thursday January 05 2006, it was announced that the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon had suffered a stroke. News teams were deployed to the region to bring the latest developments.
<div class="story-head"> 1900 (Thursday January 05) The Sky Report</div>
Julie Etchingham in London and Jeremy Thompson in Jerusalem present The Sky Report.
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<div class="story-head"> 2200 (Thursday January 05) BBC Ten O'clock News</div>
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<div class="story-head"> 1200 (Friday January 06) Lunchtime Live</div>
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