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New Burial Site – Will Princess Diana’s Remains Be Moved To London?

Radar Online Sunday, 13 August 2017 ()
Speculation is rising in Great Britain that Princess Diana‘s remains could be moved to London to mark the 20th anniversary of her death. And RadarOnline.com has details regarding the possible move. Sources told Straight Shuter: “Diana was buried on a island on her family estate to give her privacy and in the hope that paying Read More
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News video: ‘Like a light at the end of the tunnel’: Bosnian memories of Princess Diana

‘Like a light at the end of the tunnel’: Bosnian memories of Princess Diana 02:00

She was the surprise visitor to a family who paid a high price for Bosnia’s war. It was August 8, 1997 and shortly before her death, Princess Diana met Muhamed and Suada Suljkanovic and their children in a village near Tuzla. Twenty years on, now grandparents, the couple are remembering her...

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