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24 years ago, on the night of August 31, an accident occurred under the Alma Bridge in Paris, killing British Princess Diana and her boyfriend Dodi al-Fayed
The driver and husband died on the spot, and the princess was taken alive to the hospital Pitier-Salpetrier. Despite prolonged resuscitation and direct heart massage, Princess Diana could not be saved. At 4:00 doctors pronounced her dead.
At the time of her death, the princess was pregnant. There are many versions of the causes of the accident and no less - conspiracy theories, but so far nothing is known.
This news shocked not only Buckingham Palace, not only Diana's children - the eldest son of Princess William was only 15 at the time, the youngest Harry - 12. This tragic news shocked the whole world.
The Afghanistan Animal Shelter Founder Wouldn't Leave the Country
The founder of an animal shelter in Afghanistan has said he has "mixed emotions" after arriving in the UK after leaving Kabul.
Paul "Pen" Farthing landed at Heathrow Airport on Sunday morning, having previously been caught up in Thursday's Kabul airport bomb blasts.
Mr Farthing's charity Nowzad confirmed he and his animals left the country on Saturday without his staff.
He said on Twitter he had "true deep feeling of sadness for Afghan today".
Mr Farthing, a former Royal Marine who is originally from Dovercourt in Essex, set up the Nowzad animal shelter in Kabul, rescuing dogs, cats and donkeys, after serving in Afghanistan in the mid-2000s.
Since the collapse of the Afghan government, Mr Farthing and his supporters have campaigned to have his staff, their families and 140 dogs and 60 cats evacuated from the country in a plan he named Operation Ark.