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Invictus 2016: Symposium on The Invisible Wounds of War

yesterday, I said that I would discuss more about the symposium on the invisible wounds of war. This forum was hosted by the George W. Bush Institute and brought together policymakers, competitors, experts from the medical and healthcare profession, caregivers, Prince Harry and Former President Bush. The four-hour event utilized an international perspective on the obstacles faced by service…
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Recap of Invictus Games Opening ceremony

The Invictus Games Opening Ceremony took place last night Our reporter, Kelli Finger, was there, and here is her report: There is no official medal count for the games. Significance is placed on family and friends getting them through their recovery and helping them get back…
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Arrival at Invictus 2016

I arrived at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex this afternoon. It’s a hot, lovely day in Orlando today, which bodes well for the next days competition events. Prior to the official start of the games was an international symposium hosted by the George W. Bush…
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Prince Harry announces Sentebale expansion to Botswana

Last evening, Prince Harry’s team won the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup. At a dinner for the exclusive guests, the Prince announced the expansion of Sentebale to Botswana. He revealed the ambitious goals of the charity for the next four years, to assist young people with HIV in Africa. He is confident his charity will expand its number of volunteer hours to support vulnerable children to…
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Gearing up for the Invictus Games 2016

This year’s Invictus games are just around the corner! With the opening ceremony set to take place on the evening of Sunday May 8th the Invictus games are all set to be bigger and better than ever. This year will be the second ever Invictus Games, the first being held in…
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Prince Harry lays wreath at Anzac Day service

Prince Harry attended three Anzac Day Services today to honour and commemorate the lives of soldiers and civilians from Austrailia and New Zealand who lost their lives during war time and peacekeeping missions. Thousands showed up to observe the dawn service at Wellington Arch in Hyde Park. The Prince laid a wreath at this service as well as at the Cenotaph Parade on behalf of the Queen. The dawn…
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Prince Harry to attend Anzac Day Services

On Monday, 25 April, Prince Harry will attend three Anzac Day Services on behalf of Her Majesty. He will be joined by the High Commissioners from both Australia and New Zealand who organised these commemoration services. With his ten years in the military, this day of service and commemoration holds great significance for the Prince. He has spent time on the frontline and has been in the trenches…
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