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Prince Harry's wife Meghan backs better access for women to higher education

Reuters Tuesday, 1 October 2019
Meghan, wife of Britain's Prince Harry, said on Tuesday that empowering women through education could be transformational for communities during a visit to Johannesburg University in South Africa.
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News video: Harry And Meghan Sue Tabloid Over Private Letter

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(CNN) Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are suing a UK tabloid over a private letter it published, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex alleging it was published illegally and edited selectively to hide "lies" the paper had told about the Duchess.

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