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French film star Deneuve hospitalised after a stroke

Reuters | Paris | Updated: 06-11-2019 22:19 IST | Created: 06-11-2019 21:50 IST
French film star Deneuve hospitalised after a stroke
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French actress Catherine Deneuve, 76, was admitted to hospital in Paris after suffering a stroke, French news agency AFP reported on its Twitter feed.

"Catherine Deneuve has suffered a very limited and therefore reversible ischemic stroke. Happily, her motor control has not been affected, she will need a few days' rest," AFP celebrity reporter Jean-François Guyot reported on his Twitter feed, quoting from a Deneuve family statement sent to AFP by her agent.


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