The Telegraph: Yasser Arafat 'poisoned with Polonium'
Yasser Arafat 'poisoned with Polonium'
Tests performed by a laboratory in Switzerland found significant traces of Polonium-210 on the late Palestinian leader's clothes, adding a new twist to a case that has obsessed the Arab world for years.
Polonium-210 is the same substance used to poison the Russian dissident Alexader Litvinenko in London.
The claims are likely to renew long-held Palestinian suspicions that the Israeli spy agency Mossad assassinated Arafat, who died in a Paris hospital in November, 2004.
Many might remember Litvinenko case
Russian spy that was murdered with polonium in 2006