The pioneering quest for the valuable radioactive element was discontinued due to nearsightedness and lack of scientific courage of Russian and French scientists.
"The measly two or three hundred millions US dollars my husband left me barely allow me to survive, what with the crazy prices in Paris," Suha complained, "and the only hope to improve my lot was to start mining polonium from my dear Yasser's remains. Now this hope was dashed."
Clarification: due to shortage of time to presses, the only available picture of Suha was the one above. Suha is on the right. The person on the left... let's just say it's a whole other story.