LONDON (AP) _ The father of the man who died with Britain's Princess Diana has won a court fight to have a jury rule on their deaths. Mohamed al-Fayed is the (m) millionaire owner of Harrods department store in London. His son, Dodi, was dating Diana and was killed with her in the 1997 Paris car crash that also killed their driver. In an unusual ruling, three senior judges at London's High Court today overturned a decision by the deputy royal coroner that she would hear the case without a jury. The inquest, likely to start in May, is into what caused their deaths. Al-Fayed has alleged Dodi and Diana were murdered on orders from Queen Elizabeth's husband.