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UPDATED: 16:37, February 05, 2007
Office of former Afghan king rejects media's health report
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The office of Afghan former king Mohammad Zahir Shah has rejected media reports about the ex- monarch's deteriorating health as baseless.

Some Afghan media reported Sunday that the former king, suffering from protracted illness, was in critical condition.

"Father of Nation (ex-monarch) enjoys sound health and wishes progress and prosperity for Afghan nation," daily Cheragh reported Monday quoting a statement released by the former king's office.

The 91-years-old former Afghan ruler, who lives in the Presidential Palace, is under constant supervision of doctors and often taken abroad for medical check up, the report said.

Source: Xinhua


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