Yasser Arafat Possibly Poisoned, Forensics Report Suggests

Swiss scientists issued the 108-page report after testing the former Palestinian leader's remains.
0:38 | 11/06/13

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A bombshell report out on the death of former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat nine years ago Al-Jazeera TV says that report finds that Arafat died of poisoning. Arafat's official cause of death was never determined but his body was exhumed a few years ago to run more tests. Now Swiss scientists are saying they found moderate evidence and -- remains a polonium two tent as a deadly radioactive chemical. -- reports teams here in this picture published by Al-Jazeera being handed over to Arafat's widow Arafat died at a French hospital in 2004. There's been some speculation he was poisoned by Israel -- Israeli officials adamantly --

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