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Monday, March 2, 1998 Published at 02:50 GMT



Special Report

Remembering Diana

Six months ago Diana, Princess of Wales, died in a car crash in Paris. BBC News looks at the legacy of Diana, how her death is still touching millions, has triggered numerous conspiracy theories, feeds a multi-million dollar industry and has dramatically changed the life of Britain's Royal Family.
image: [ Althorp Park, Diana's final resting place ]
Althorp Park, Diana's final resting place
The grief of millions
Diana's death caused an unprecedented outpouring of grief
image: [ Almost all the Diana sites are in good taste ]
Almost all the Diana sites are in good taste
On the Net: Truly the People's Princess
Six months after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, the mourning continues. And nowhere is it more evident than on the Internet.
Why did Diana die? - The state of the investigation
BBC Paris correspondent Hugh Schofield charts the twists and turns, rumours and speculation that have become part of the police investigation into the death of Diana.
Deaths fertile ground for suspicious conspiracists
Diana's death has spawned a multitude of conspiracy theories
The changing face of the monarchy
Six months after the death of Diana, BBC court correspondent Paul Reynolds analyses the way the royal family is re-defining its image and role in society.






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