Turkish premier discharged after second surgery
Ankara: Turkey`s state-run news agency says
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been discharged from
hospital a day after undergoing a "second and final" intestinal surgery officials said on Monday.
The Anadolu Agency said Erdogan left hospital late
yesterday and was expected to rest at his home in Istanbul.
The 57-year-old Erdogan vanished from public life for
nearly a month after an initial surgery on November 26 for
non-cancerous intestinal polyps.
His office said he had a second, successful half-hour
procedure on Saturday but gave no other details.
It said Erdogan was well and was expected to resume work
within the next week.
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