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Yasser Arafat forensic studies 'will continue'

8 November 2013 Last updated at 09:28 GMT

Palestinian officials say scientific reports on the death of leader Yasser Arafat show he did not die from old age or ill health, nor did he die a natural death.

A report by Swiss scientists says Arafat's remains contained high levels of radioactive polonium.

Head of the Palestinian team investigating Arafat's death, Tawfik Terawi, said their investigations would continue into his death in a Paris hospital in 2004.

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