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Looking back on Princess Diana's final hours
Her former love Hasnat Khan was urgently trying to reach Diana on the night of her death.
Princess Diana's love affair revealed in new documentary
Journalist Martin Bashir discusses the new details about Diana revealed in the documentary "The Last 100 Days of Diana."
'The Last 100 Days of Diana' and her secret love life
The ABC special looks back 20 years later at the last days of Princess Diana's life.
Trial over topless photos of Princess Kate underway in France
Six people went on trial Tuesday to face charges of invasion of privacy for allegedly taking topless photos of Princess Kate while she was on vacation with Prince William in 2012. The photos were published in British and Italian magazines. In a statement read by William and Kate's French lawyer at
Diana Statue to be Erected on the Grounds of Kensington Palace
Prince William and Prince Harry have announced a statue will be erected on the grounds of Kensington Palace to honor their late mother, Diana Princess of Wales. "It has been twenty years since our mother's death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the UK and around the world
This Week in History: August 28-September 3
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Nobel Prize-Winner John Nash’s Death Raises Awareness About Buckling Up in Taxis
The death of Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Nash , who was killed when the taxi in which he was riding crashed in New Jersey, has renewed awareness about the need for people to buckle up when they’re riding in taxis or similar car services. Nash, 86, and his 82-year-old wife, Alicia, were
Princess Diana Died 17 Years Ago Today
Today marks 17 years since Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris. Princess Diana initially survived the Aug. 31, 1997, limousine crash, but later died from her injuries. Egyptian film producer Dodi Al-Fayed and the driver were also killed. A bodyguard was seriously injured. French
'Reality Is Not Available For Sale': An Investigator's Mission to Protect the Truth
Terry Lenzner remembers his role in the civil rights movement, Watergate, and Princess Diana's death.
'Diana' Movie Poster Removed From Paris Crash Site
A Paris poster for the motion picture “Diana” has been removed following criticism for its close proximity to the site of her fatal crash. The 4-foot by 6-foot ad was place near the Pont de l’Alma tunnel and just feet away from the the Flame...