Harry adopts Diana mine cause

Prince Harry has followed in his mother's footsteps with a visit to landmine clearance projects in Angola. He has expressed his frustration that countries which supplied landmines to African countries are doing nothing to get rid of them.

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Prince Harry's support 'invaluable' to landmine mission

The Halo Trust has said Prince Harry's support to help remove landmines from African nations plays "an invaluable role" in raising awareness of the charity's "work and mission".

The organisation's projects in war-torn countries clears the ground for some of the world's most vulnerable people to plant crops, rebuild homes and raise families in safety.

Harry's trip to Angola is part of his role as patron of the trust's 25th anniversary appeal. Credit: Halo Trust
While there he visited demining teams across the region, touring minefields and meeting some of the key beneficiaries of Halo's work. Credit: Halo Trust
He concentrated his visit on the south-eastern Angolan town of Cuito Cuanavale, believed to be the most heavily mined town in Africa. Credit: Halo Trust

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