College Tour with Israeli ex-president Shimon Peres repeated
The College Tour-episode with the deceased Israeli ex-president Shimon Peres is Wednesday night repeated. The EO-documentary A Haunting History will be on a different date to be broadcast.
That makes broadcaster NTR Thursday known. Twan Huys interviewed in October 2013, the former prime minister of Israel. The Hall served as the location. The repetition is at 22.55 hours on NPO2.
Peres came last weonsdag at the age of 93, to death. It was already longer not well with the health of the former president. In January, he was admitted to hospital because of heart problems. The former politician was awarded in september a pacemaker, because he seemed to be battling with a heart rhythm abnormality.
Life Shimon Peres in the picture
Peres with the then Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in 2010, during a meeting about the peace process in the Middle East.
Peres and Arafat in 1994 with the new Norwegian Foreign minister Bjoern Tore Godal in Oslo.
Bill Clinton and Peres in 1995, at a joint press conference.
Peres at the funeral of Rabin in 1995. He followed him as prime minister.
With the Israeli premier Netanyahu, during the annual commemoration of David Ben Gurion in 2009.
The British model Naomi Campbell Peres at an International Women’s Day conference in Tel Aviv in 2016.
Pope Francis, Netanyahu and Peres during a visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Jerusalem in 2014.
Netanyahu and Peres at a ceremony of the American independence day in Herzilya in 2010.
Peres coast state Hillary Clinton after a joint press conference in Jerusalem in 2009.
Prime minister Rutte and Israeli president Shimon Peres shake hands.
Shimon Peres, during one of his last public appearances with the current president Reuven Rivlin (right) and Prime minister Netanyahu (left).
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On 13 september he was rushed to the hospital due to a stroke with severe bleeding. In addition, he would brain damage have suffered. Since then, he stayed in the hospital in the city of Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv. The last week has worsened the situation quickly.
Profile: Shimon Peres is of great importance for Israeli politics