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Prince Harry Continues Princess Diana's Legacy To Ban Landmines For Good


Prince Harry has found a new way to honour his late mother, Princess Diana.

To mark International Mine Awareness Day on Tuesday, the 32-year-old announced his support to rid the world of landmines by 2025 and called on world leaders to do the same.

Like his mother, Harry is a patron of Halo Trust, an anti-landmine charity. Twenty years ago, Diana made the same promise for a landmine-free world after she toured Bosnia and met with two children who fell victim to the devices. Full Story

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