Kuwait's ruler undergoes health tests
Kuwait, May 30, 2011
Kuwait's ruler, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah, has undergone successful routine health tests in Britain and will stay in the country for several days, state news agency Kuna said on Monday.
He left hospital on Monday and and "is now to spend several days in the United Kingdom on a private visit", Kuna said.
Sheikh Sabah, who will be 82 next month, became emir in 2006, after serving as prime minister since 2003. In January, Sheikh Sabah had health tests after suffering a cold. - Reuters
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