Prostate surgery for Brazil's president Michel Temer
Brazil's President Michel Temer is recovering from surgery to reduce the size of his prostate and should be discharged on Monday, the hospital where he is being treated has announced.
A statement issued by Sao Paulo's Sirio-Libanes Hospital said Mr Temer underwent surgery on Friday night and spent the night in a semi-intensive care unit.
Earlier this week, the 77-year-old Mr Temer was briefly taken to hospital in Brasilia and had a bladder catheter inserted after doctors diagnosed a urological blockage.
Mr Temer was also recently diagnosed with a partial coronary obstruction which his press office said is being treated with aspirin and a low-fat diet.