Daily Mail 6 Nov 2013
Yasser Arafat was assassinated by polonium poisoning, his widow claimed yesterday.
Tests carried out by Swiss experts found the Palestinian leader had unexpectedly high levels of the radioactive substance in his body.
The former leader of the Palestine Liberation Organisation died in November 2004, a month after falling ill. He was 75.
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