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Angola: Prince Harry Backs Landmine Clearance, Following in Diana's Footsteps

allAfrica.com Tuesday, 18 June 2019
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Britain's Prince Harry on Monday threw his weight behind mine clearance efforts in Angola, a cause championed by his mother more than two decades ago when she made global headlines by walking through a minefield in the country.
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News video: Prince Harry backs £47 million landmine clearing initiative in Angola

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The Duke of Sussex has given his backing to a £47 million landmine clearing initiative to help rid Angola of the deadly military munitions - a cause championed by Diana, Princess of Wales. Harry said Angola's remaining wilderness was "an asset that should be protected, celebrated and benefited by...

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