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Shanghai authorities have ordered youth indoors and halted construction as China's financial hub suffers one of its worst bouts of air pollution, bringing visibility down to a few dozen meters and obscuring its spectacular skyline. Authorities say
In a perfect world, Tuesday's conclusion by French forensic experts that late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was not poisoned would settle that question, once and for all. Arafat, the former guerilla leader turned diplomat
It decays by giving out alpha radiation and once Po210 is absorbed and is circulating in the body, it silently and fatally damages each individual cell. Half of any amount of Po210 decays in this way every 138 days. It is impossible to physically see
Reports emerged yesterday that tests conducted on the remains of deceased Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat revealed that he was most likely poisoned. The Palestinian Authority’s first President, fell violently ill in 2004,
Hagai Dekel, Uri Davidowitz, Assi Cohen Radiation expert Dr. Ehud Ne'eman says there would be no traces of Polonium 210 on Arafat's body if substance was injected before 2004 Attila Somfalvi An Israeli expert on radiation believes reports that former
Yasser Arafat was poisoned with radioactive polonium , according to Swiss scientists confirmed this afternoon , after his widow , Suha , complained the first analyzes the body of the Palestinian leader who died in 2004 . "
It seems that the former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, who died back in 2004, may just have been murdered rather than dying from natural causes as a report obtained by Al Jazeera states that the former PLA leader might have been poisoned.
The widow of former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat said Wednesday that results of forensic tests on samples taken from the corpse of her husband show that he was poisoned with radioactive polonium. Suha Arafat
Scientists in Switzerland describe, in a note in a British medical journal, how they discovered traces of polonium-210 on some of Yasser Arafat 's belongings. The article published Monday in The Lancet, the leading British journal, gives more detail
The Russian agency involved in studying the remains of Yasser Arafat on Tuesday denied issuing any conclusions about the death of the late Palestinian leader, after a report cited its chief as saying he could not have died from polonium poisoning.