Yasser Arafat's body exhumed in Ramallah
Remains returned to mausoleum after 10-hour process conducted by international experts to test for radioactive polonium.
An investigation into the mysterious death of the late Palestinian leader reveals that he may have been poisoned.
Many Palestinians say probe of Arafat's death, and upcoming bid for UN recognition, highlight weakness of PA leadership.
Palestinian Authority chief says he will push for UN membership this month, and will work with Russia on Arafat inquiry.
Experts from University of Lausanne arrive in Ramallah ahead of the November 26 exhumation of Yasser Arafat's remains.
Hillary Clinton says US will wait for results of potential medical probe of Yasser Arafat's death before commenting.
Move follows allegations arising from Al Jazeera probe that deceased Palestinian leader may have been poisoned in 2004.
A nine-month investigation suggests that the late Palestinian leader may have been poisoned with polonium.
Gregg Carlstrom
The Kennedy assassination, the Hariri assassination - they were followed by long investigation.
Clayton Swisher
Medical File

Final Report

The analysis from the Institute of Radiophysics in Lausanne, Switzerland which reported abnormal levels of polonium.

Hospitalisation Report

The initial report prepared by doctors when Arafat was admitted to Percy Medical Hospital in France.

Bordereau d'Envoi

The "mailing slip" attached to Arafat's medical records when they were distributed at the hospital.

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In Pictures

A gallery of Arafat's final personal possessions, which were analysed by some of the world's top forensic pathologists.

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