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Killing Arafat 'crime of the century'

Palestinian officials say finding out who killed former leader in 2004 is a national responsibility.

Last updated: 09 Nov 2013 07:20
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Calling it the crime of the century, the Palestinians say finding out who killed Yasser Arafat is a national and moral responsibility.

Two reports into the death of the former leader have determined that Arafat did not die of disease or old age, but they do not agree on what was responsible for his death.

Nisreen El-Shamayleh reports from Ramallah.

Read more about Al Jazeera's investigation into Arafat's death


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