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Memorial fountain for Diana unveiled in London
Updated: 2004-07-07 10:08

Britain's princes William (2L) and Harry (R) attend the unveiling of a memorial fountain dedicated to their mother the late Princess Diana at Hyde Park in London, July 6, 2004. Britain's House of Windsor buried the hatchet with the aristocratic family of Diana on Tuesday, almost seven years after her brother savaged the royals in his funeral eulogy. [Reuters]

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