News Kanye West is a suspect in another battery investigation after he allegedly punched an 18-year-old boy for hurling racial abuse at his fiancée, Kim Kardashian.

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This is taken from an article by Marianne Macdonald published in the 'Sunday Review' in May.

Diana 1961-1997: The photos - When reality is unbearable, close the shutters

With pictures of the dying Princess rumoured to be for sale, Raymond Whitaker asks where the line should be drawn With rumours that pictures of the dying Princess are on the market, Raymond Whitaker asks what is the morality of shocking images, asks

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Sir: I find your headline of 2 September ("Killed by drunken driving, not fame") deeply offensive.

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French judge accuses seven paparazzi of manslaughter

Photographer took Diana's pulse in wreckage

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Diana 1961-1997: The media - Two paparazzi still held in custody

Freelance worked for top agency

Press body to review photo rules

The newspaper industry moved to protect itself from privacy legislation yesterday in the wake of the Princess of Wales's death when Lord Wakeham, chairman of the Press Complaints Commission (PCC), started a review of the rules covering the use of paparazzi photographs.

German tabloid paper publishes pictures of victims in wrecked car

It did not take long. The first photograph of the fatal crash in which Diana, Princess of Wales, died appeared on the front page of Bild Zeitung yesterday. The management of Germany's biggest circulation tabloid, which sells four million copies a day, said they paid a lot money for them.
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