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Prince Harry in southern Africa: Where are the world's landmines?

BBC News Friday, 27 September 2019
Prince Harry will highlight the fact that landmines continue to take thousands of lives.
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Prince Harry has spoken about why Botswana means so much to him as he visits the country as part of his solo royal tour of southern Africa. The royal has been going to the continent for the past 15 years and chose to spend time there following the death of his mother Princess Diana in 1997. Report...

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