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Prince Harry Shares Guilt Of Leaving Afghanistan At Launch Of Sydney's Invictus Games


Prince Harry urged the world to draw strength from the "inspiring" Invictus Games as he paid tribute to victims of the London Bridge terror attack.

Speaking at the launch event marking 500 days until Sydney hosts the 2018 games, the Prince explained why he founded the Invictus Games four years ago and spoke of his guilt at having to leave the battlefield in Afghanistan:

"In February 2008, I was forced to leave Afghanistan. I had been serving as an army officer in the British army until my presence on the front line leaked out into the press. Full Story

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