Prince Harry condemns 'dangerous spin' about his Taliban comments
Prince Harry Hits Out at Press Over Reports of Afghan Killings in Book
In his book "Spare", King Charles's younger son recounts his two tours of Afghanistan, first as a forward air controller in 2007/08 and again in 2012, when he was a co-pilot gunner in Apache attack helicopters, and the number of people he had killed
Prince Harry hits out at press over reports of Afghan killings in book
Britain's Prince Harry has hit back at "hurtful" responses to his record-selling memoir, saying he was particularly upset by the "lie" he had boasted that he had killed 25 people in Afghanistan when serving as a military helicopter pilot.
Prince Harry denies 'boasting' about Taliban kills and hits out at memoir 'spin'
The Duke of Sussex, whose tell-all book Spare was published on Tuesday, has come under fire after claiming to have taken out more than two dozen enemies during two tours of Afghanistan
Prince Harry's 'dangerous lie' remark on claims he 'boasted' killing 25 Taliban fighters
Prince Harry's memoir “Spare” hit the bookstands on Tuesday and became the UK's fastest-selling non-fiction book ever, said the Transworld Publishers, a division of Penguin Random House.