6 September 1997 A criminal investigation has begun against seven photographers who followed Princess Diana's Mercedes for "not offering aid and for murder with wreckless disregard". The first to be accused and heard was Nikola Arsov, a Macedonian, photographer for Sigma. All others are Frenchmen. This raised the whole question of invasion of privacy, and […]

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