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November 19, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Vietnam broke an official silence over the health of President Le Duc Anh, responding to reports that the 75-year-old general had suffered a stroke with a brief explanation that he was tired. "What we know is that President Le Duc Anh is tired and . . . needs a rest," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Political and diplomatic sources said Anh is paralyzed on one side. They said doctors are not optimistic that he will recover sufficiently to resume his presidential duties.
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November 25, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
President Le Duc Anh is lying in a coma at Hanoi's 108 Army Hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage about nine days ago, medical sources said. "Earlier in the week he'd been getting better, but in the last few days his condition became very serious," one source said, adding that doctors were unwilling to operate on the 75-year-old general or move him as his condition was so bad.
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November 25, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
President Le Duc Anh is lying in a coma at Hanoi's 108 Army Hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage about nine days ago, medical sources said. "Earlier in the week he'd been getting better, but in the last few days his condition became very serious," one source said, adding that doctors were unwilling to operate on the 75-year-old general or move him as his condition was so bad.
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November 19, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Vietnam broke an official silence over the health of President Le Duc Anh, responding to reports that the 75-year-old general had suffered a stroke with a brief explanation that he was tired. "What we know is that President Le Duc Anh is tired and . . . needs a rest," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Political and diplomatic sources said Anh is paralyzed on one side. They said doctors are not optimistic that he will recover sufficiently to resume his presidential duties.
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