Comatose ex-Israeli PM moved home from hospital
Israel's exhausted former Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, was moved home to his ranch Friday, almost five years after being debilitated by a series of strokes while still in office.

Medical teams took the previous leader, who has been in a coma since early 2006 and is attached to a breathing apparatus, from his room in the long-term care unit of a hospital exterior Tel Aviv at dawn Friday. Security crews erect screens so he would not be visible when he was wheel out of the building and into a to come ambulance.

As of the hospital, security guard in SUVs escorts the ambulance to Sharon's family ranch in southern Israel.

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