November 18, 1986 |
Britain's Prince Charles and Princess Diana arrived in Saudi Arabia on Monday on the last stop of a tour of four Persian Gulf Arab states.
December 6, 1987 |
Princess Diana joined about 400 mourners at a memorial service Saturday for the 31 people killed in a fire in the King's Cross subway station last month.
October 19, 1988 |
The moon, just out, hung over the Ozarks like a pale opal. Soon families would be saying grace over Sunday dinner; children would be clamoring to turn on the Christmas lights. It was time to go home. But in the darkening woods, four teen-agers lingered, enjoying the rush they always felt when they killed something. A kitten lay crumpled nearby. Sharing some unspoken secret, the boys exchanged furtive glances in the fading light. They were growing edgy.
October 3, 2007 |
The inquest into Princess Diana's death in a Paris car crash 10 years ago opened with accusations that the British royal family ordered her death. Mohammed Fayed, whose son Dodi also died in the crash after a summer romance with Diana, said in a prepared witness statement that the couple were killed on the orders of Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Diana's former father-in-law.
August 30, 1998 |
Hundreds of people laid bouquets at Kensington Palace, Princess Diana's former home, two days before the first anniversary of the princess' death. Newspapers added to the anticipation surrounding Monday's commemoration by publishing vast story and picture spreads about Diana and her family. Despite a poll indicating that only 6% of Britons plan to observe the anniversary, people came to Kensington Palace steadily, and bunches of flowers were once more balanced on the palace railings.
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December 6, 1997
Collector Jay Stumpf, left, examines canceled stamps Friday at Stamp Expo '97/Pasadena, which included displays of stamps from around the world honoring Princess Diana. A detail of the display from St. Vincent and the Grenadines, above, shows Diana with Mother Teresa. Stumpf says he began collecting stamps when he was 8. The hobby, he said, allowed him to make pen pals all around the world.
September 9, 1997
The office of Diana, princess of Wales, has designated Fleet Bank as the official collection point for U.S. contributions to the memorial fund set up in the princess' name. Donors may send checks or money orders to: The Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Fund c/o Fleet Bank P.O. Box 30596 Hartford, CT 06150 Wire transfers can be sent to: Fleet Bank, N.A.
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September 13, 1997
With the deaths of Princess Diana and Mother Teresa, an unavoidable lonesomeness has entered the psyche of humankind. As a result of their works of compassion, we were reminded of the potential of our species, and regrettably, with their deaths, we are reminded that there are so few alive today who live up to their standards of excellence. All of us should take note of their sacrifices and strive to emulate their work, for in this fast-paced world we tend to forget what Princess Diana and Mother Teresa knew all along--that traits such as love, compassion, mercy and forgiveness are what make our spirits shine in the eyes of our creator.
September 12, 1997
Last Sunday, TV critic Howard Rosenberg wrote a column that accompanied The Times' news coverage of the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales. The column elicited a heavy response--pro and con--from readers. Those letters are published in Sunday's Calendar section.