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Diana, Princess of Wales (L), a key volunteer of the British Red Cross Landmine Campaign sits with Elizabeth Dole, President of the American Red Cross in ceremonies at Red Cross headquarters in Washington DC 17 June to call for a global ban on anti-personnel landmines. The event draws attention to the devastation caused by some 120 million landmines scattered throughout more than 70 countries as the result of decades of conflict.

La tombe de la princesse Diana, morte en 1997, a été plusieurs fois la cible de tentatives d'effraction.

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