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Prince Harry concludes tour of Estonia

<![CDATA[Today Prince Harry concluded his tour of Estonia by meeting with the Estonian  military and watching a NATO Spring Storm exercise, known as 'Kevadtorm'. The exercise is the final one for Estonian conscripts after months of training in the military for national service, which the Duke of Lancaster’s regiment also took part. The Prince, donning his camouflage…
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Prince Harry's first day in Estonia

<![CDATA[Prince Harry paid tribute to Estonian defence forces who served alongside British soldiers in Afghanistan today as he began his two-day tour of Estonia. Hundreds of people lined the streets of the capitalTallinn, waving Union Jacks, as Harry, wearing the…
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Prince Harry sends first tweet

<![CDATA[Prince Harry has become the latest member of the royal family to connect with the public via Twitter. The prince sent a message on the micro-blogging website from London's BT Tower on Thursday to coincide with tickets going on sale for the Invictus Games…
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Prince Harry rallies support ahead of Invictus Games

<![CDATA[Prince Harry has called upon people to rally behind a new international sporting championship for inspirational injured servicemen and women. Harry has been working to bring the Invictus Games to London after seeing members of the British Armed Forces take part in the Warrior Games in the US last year. On Monday, Prince Harry said: "Ultimately, this is about the men and women who…
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to represent The Queen in WWI ceremony

<![CDATA[Just days after returning from Australia, The Sunday Times reports The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have reportedly been asked by Her Majesty The Queen to attend a World War I ceremony on her behalf. The paper reported that on 4 August, William and Catherine will attend the commemorative ceremony with Prince Harry at St. Symphorien military in Mons, Belgium. The ceremony will take…
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Prince Harry launches Paralympic-style 'Invictus Games' for soldiers

<![CDATA[Prince Harry has launched a Paralympic-style sporting championship for injured soldiers after being impressed a similar event in the United States. The fourth-in-line announced plans for the games at the Queen Elizabeth Park in London where he was joined by Mayor Boris Johnson. The Prince has been working hard to bring the event to the UK, ever since he witnessed first hand the Warrior…
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