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Prince Harry donned protective gear to walk through a "partially cleared" minefield in Angola, near the minefield where his mother, Princess Diana, was once famously photographed before she died in 1997.

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The site of the former minefield where Princess Diana walked is now a paved street with buildings and sidewalks.

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Prince Harry retraced his mother's steps through the minefield which is now a bustling city with colorful buildings and sidewalks. Harry visited Angola to highlight the ongoing threat of explosive munitions in Angola.

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Prince Harry paused to reflect at the base of The Diana Tree in Huambo, Angola, which marks the spot where the Princess of Wales was photographed walking through a minefield in 1997. Harry, 35, visited Dirico, Angola on day 5 of his and Duchess Meghan's royal tour of Africa on September 27, 2019.

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While Prince Harry visited Angola, his wife Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex met with 7 weeks old baby Sumeya at mothers2mothers, a nonprofit African charity that trains and finds jobs for women living with HIV/AIDS, during her royal tour of South Africa in Cape Town.

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Global pop singer Madonna recently adopted twin girls from Malawi in East Africa.

Madonna brought her twin girls home to snowy New York City on Wednesday. The twins arrived in a limousine after driving slowly for 3 hours from the airport in blizzard-like conditions. It was the first time the girls had ever seen snow in their lives.

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Madonna twins

After denying published reports that she was adopting twin girls from Africa, pop singer Madonna finally comes clean. The 58-year-old superstar released an image of her adorable 4-year-old daughters, Esther and Stella. The image was digitally altered to conceal the children faces.

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President Barack Obama showed his bigoted side in never-before-seen video released by a conservative blog on Tuesday.

In the nearly 20-minute video narrated by Obama's sister Auma, Obama speaks with disdain about his first trip to Kenya as a man in his 20s.

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