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Ariel Sharon, Israel's former prime minister, died Saturday after being in a coma for eight years, according to the Los Angeles Times. He was 85.
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The body of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon lay in state on Sunday outside parliament in Jerusalem, where Israelis waited to bid farewell to the maverick warrior-statesman who reshaped the Middle East. Sharon died at the age of 85 on Saturday after eight years in a coma caused by a stroke he suffered at the pinnacle of his political power.
Israeli President Shimon Peres said that Israel mourned the loss of one of its greatest leaders. As Israelis shared their thoughts on the controversial former prime minister, some Palestinians celebrated Sharon's death. Photo: AP
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