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Engaged at 19 and married at 20, Princess Diana's childhood ended much sooner than the average woman's.
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There, the presence of Diana's Egyptian companion, Emad Mohamed al-Fayed (known as Dodi) gave the event a political and religious cast that inspired a far more political media coverage.
If Western journalists mused on the purported drunkenness of the driver and how the paparazzi distracted him, their Arabic-speaking counterparts overwhelmingly agreed that "There is no doubt about the presence of a conspiracy behind the death of Diana." Very many Arabic-language publications promoted elaborate and ever-more fanciful theories about the event.
Here she is at her job with Young England Kindergarten school in Pimlico Photographed outside of her flat in December, Lady Diana Spencer was about to become the first Englishwoman in centuries to marry an heir apparent, and the first one in all of royal history to have a paying job before the engagement.
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What to the world was a tragic automobile accident, to the Arabic press was a plot.
Even official bodies joined in this seeming consensus: Libya's National Commission for Human Rights declared that "Only children believe that it was an accident." Conversations with ordinary Arabs suggest these views are widely shared, a view then confirmed by a newspaper poll on the West Bank indicating that 47 percent of its readers believe the young couple was murdered.