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Going Global / Princess Diana’s Death #853025

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Dec 10, 2006
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(London: Alphonso Van Marsh) The official British report on Princess Diana’s death previewed; details given about a newspaper report that US intelligence was eavesdropping on her and about the belief of boyfriend Dodi al-Fayed’s father Mohammad al-Fayed that the crash was part of a murder plot; excerpt shown from the documentary “How Diana Died: The Conspiracy Files.” [Head of French investigation Martine MONTEIL† {thru translator} – notes the presence of a horde of photographers; says the driver lost control of the car.] [Diana’s friend Rosa MONCKTON†- says it was a tragic accident.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Clashes in Chile following the death of former ruler Augusto Pinochet, and the Nobel Peace Prize for Bangladeshi economist Muhammad Yunus† noted. [In Norway, YUNUS – says putting resources into improving the lives of the poor is a better strategy than spending it on guns.]

Reporter(s):
Sanchez, Rick;
Marsh, Alphonso Van
Duration:
00:04:20

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