File photo dated of the Princess of Wales arriving at an Aids Information kiosk in the Latin quarter of Paris with her bodyguard Inspector Ken Wharfe. Mr Wharfe has today been giving evidence at the inquest into the death of the Princess.
Holding an amputee child in her lap, Princess Diana meets victims of landmines - a legacy of Angola's twenty-year civil war - at a rehabilitation centre in Huambo, Angola. The Princess was a leading supporter of the Red Cross campaign to ban landmines.
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Diana, Princess of Wales poses for a photograph with some French SFOR soldiers at Sarajevo Airport today (Sun) before her flight home to London after a two day visit to Bosnia where she met victims of landmines.