Prince Harry makes unexpected solo trip to Rwanda

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Harry visited Rwanda as part of his work as president of African Parks. He paid respects to victims of the genocide against the Tutsi in 1994. His trip to Rwanda came after he paid a solo visit to Mozambique. Harry travelled from California without the Duchess of Sussex for the short stay.
Published 4 months ago · Kigali, Rwanda

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