Sonia Peres, wife of Israeli president, dead at 87

Sonia Peres, the wife of Israeli President Shimon Peres, died at her Tel Aviv home Thursday morning, a president’s spokeswoman said. She was 87, CNN reports. The president was making his way to Tel Aviv from Jerusalem on Thursday, said spokeswoman Meital Jaslovitz. The couple has lived separately since Shimon Peres was elected president in 2007, with his wife — who preferred to remain out of the public eye — remaining in their Tel Aviv home while her husband moved to the official residence in Jerusalem.

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