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Sharon Stroke

Ariel Sharon suffers stroke

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.

1900 (Thursday January 05) The Sky Report

Julie Etchingham in London and Jeremy Thompson in Jerusalem present The Sky Report.

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2200 (Thursday January 05) BBC Ten O’clock News

Fiona Bruce in London and George Alagiah in Jerusalem round up the days events.

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1200 (Friday January 06) Lunchtime Live

Jeremy Thompson live in Jerusalem and Kay Burley in London present Lunchtime Live on Sky News.

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