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While Paris police investigate the possible role of the paparazzi in the car crash that caused the deaths of Princess Diana and her companions, the media — mainstream and tabloid — examine their own role in catering to a public appetite for sensationalism and celebrity-hunting. NPR's Brooke Gladstone reports.



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