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Pa News : 15/1/97 : Diana, Princess of Wales, Wears a Protective Jacket as she Walks Next to the Edge of a Minefield in Angola
PA NEWS : 15/1/97 : DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES, WEARS A PROTECTIVE JACKET AS SHE WALKS NEXT TO THE EDGE OF A MINEFIELD IN ANGOLA, DURING HER VISIT TO SEE THE WORK OF THE BRITISH RED CROSS. (PHOTO BY JOHN STILLWELL ). 11/07/03 : The future of the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund set up after her death is under threat. It has frozen all its grants to beneficiaries and been forced to approach other charities in a bid to keep its own projects going. The fund s crisis follows a protracted legal battle with the US company, the Franklin Mint. In June 2000 the Memorial Fund lost a court battle in the US against the firm in which they failed to stop the company making products bearing the Princess s image. The battle led to a 4 million legal bill for the fund.
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Fifteen years of loyal service to the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers was recognised at the Tower of London today (Tuesday) when Bobby, the Indian Black Buck mascot, received his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Bobby was born at London Zoo in 1982 and joined up at the age of one month. He was promoted corporal on his 13th birthday. He normally lives in Coventry with one of the Fusiliers Territorial Army battalions but he came to London for the presentation outside the Fusiliers Regimental Headquarters in the Tower. Normal life expentancy for such an animal is about 9 years but Bobbie has butted his way to 15. In the picture he is seen admiring his medal which is being held by Cpl Paul Martin, his principal handler for seven years. Photo by Robert Higson.