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Mohamed Al Fayed, former Harrods and Fulham FC owner, dies aged 94

Egyptian businessman and self-made billionaire dies almost 26 years to the day after his son was killed in Paris car crash

Mohamed Al Fayed, the Egyptian-born businessman who owned the department store Harrods, has died aged 94.

His death comes almost 26 years to the day after the car crash in Paris that killed his eldest son, Dodi, and Diana, Princess of Wales, on 31 August 1997.

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