After five months of Freedom of Information requests, the British embassy document was finally handed to the Sunday People after Home Secretary Theresa May gave her approval, the Mirror reported.The log, which was typewritten on three pages of foolscap paper, featured 65 deletions.
A six-month inquest into the car crash that killed Diana ruled that she was unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of chauffeur Henri Paul, who had been speeding away from pursuing paparazzi after leaving the Ritz Hotel in Paris.
However, Egyptian billionaire Mohamed Al Fayed, whose son Dodi also died in the crash, has always maintained that the deaths were engineered by members of the royal family and agents of the British state because they wanted to prevent Diana from marrying a Muslim.
In 2008, an inquest into Diana's death was told that MI5 and MI6 agents had been operating at the British embassy in Paris when Diana died in the car crash.
Princess Diana—activist, fashion icon and model mother—was a tireless advocate for those who needed her most.
Fueled by the desire to give those wounded and physically broken by land mines a voice, Diana brought to light the human side of the damges the devices wrought.
This article, and others about her life and legacy, are included in our new Newsweek Special Edition, Diana—Celebrating 30 Years.
A year after Diana's former chef spoke of his disgust at the "overgrown mess" of the late Princess of Wales's grave site within the Althorp estate in Northamptonshire, little appears to have been done to repair the situation - and much of it has even got worse.
With tomorrow marking the 18th anniversary of her tragic death in a Paris car crash, uk can reveal a monument on the island, the location on which Diana was laid to rest, is being encroached by trees and bushes.
Princess Diana died nearly 17 years ago, but the British government has just released the official log of events that led to her deadly car crash in 1997.