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Topic - Nasser Al-Kidwa
Digging up Yasser Arafat's bones may offer the best shot at learning if the legendary Palestinian leader was poisoned, as many of his old comrades-in-arms claim, but Palestinian officials signaled Thursday they're not rushing into an autopsy.
"Our belief was always that it was an unusual death, and most likely he (Arafat) was poisoned. Now all indications say he was poisoned," al-Kidwa told AP.
Nasser Al-Kidwa, deputy to U.N. special envoy Kofi Annan, said at the meeting's opening that unity of purpose and vision is "not an option, but a necessity if the opposition wants to bolster its popular support and trust and increase international support."