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FILE- Britain's Prince Harry talks to journalists whilst his regiment helps out with the rebuilding of a school for disabled children in Batha-Bathe near Maseru, Lesotho, Tuesday, July 8, 2008.  Prince Harry announced Friday March 25, 2011,  he plans to show his support for wounded Afghanistan war veterans by joining a small group on a segment of their punishing expedition to the North Pole, joining them in northern Norway on upcoming March 29 for three days of training and five days of trekking, to support the Walking With the Wounded charity for wounded Afghanistan veterans. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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FILE- Britain's Prince Harry talks to journalists whilst his regiment helps out with the rebuilding of a school for disabled children in Batha-Bathe near Maseru, Lesotho, Tuesday, July 8, 2008. Prince Harry announced Friday March 25, 2011, he plans to show his support for wounded Afghanistan war veterans by joining a small group on a segment of their punishing expedition to the North Pole, joining them in northern Norway on upcoming March 29 for three days of training and five days of trekking, to support the Walking With the Wounded charity for wounded Afghanistan veterans. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

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